Sunday’s airing of Mad Men put Don Draper under the guidance of a chaperone and sent fans to Twitter.
The episode, titled Field Trip, shows fans what seems to be the final end of Draper’s marriage and his return to SC&P, albeit under some strict conditions. He’s not allowed to be alone with the clients, no drinking in the office and he’ll report to Lou, among other things.
As always, fans took to social media to let the world know their feelings on the newest episode of Mad Men.
How the mighty have fallen.
The thing I admire about the direction of #MadMen is how well they’ve taken Don from dashing to an awkward, out-of-place cringe machine.
— Linda Holmes (@nprmonkeysee) April 28, 2014
For Draper it was an awkward and humiliating fall as well.
#MadMen takes us all on a “Field Trip,” and it’s mostly just really awkward http://t.co/XMTOLGWylP
— The AV Club (@TheAVClub) April 28, 2014
Then there’s Betty and the sandwich.
Hell hath no fury like Betty’s scorn over an eaten sandwich #MadMen
— Cam Williams (@MrCamW) April 28, 2014
next week on #madmen: Does Betty get a sandwich? does Don get a desk?
— Wyeth Ruthven (@wyethwire) April 28, 2014
I think Betty’s a good mother. She’s a cool mom. She smokes on the bus and drinks fresh milk from a pail. #madmen
— Tony Fratto (@TonyFratto) April 28, 2014
This episode gave us a new catchphrase.
“I haven’t been drinking that much” is the new “Not Great, Bob!” #MadMen
— Ryan McGee (@TVMcGee) April 28, 2014
And while some are convinced that Don is done for, others aren’t so sure.
Perfect ending: terrible, uncomfortable & brilliant. Hendrix closing it out was genius. Don is back in control & they don’t know it. #MadMen
— Jim Shi (@jimshi809) April 28, 2014
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