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June 21, 2012


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Michael R. Jackson

I suspect that these fantasies will give way to an even bigger, uglier truth about his past that we haven't seen yet. I get the feeling that these moments are all preludes to something essential and unpleasant we learn about Don by the end of the series.

Diep Tran

The entire fifth season has been very on-the-nose. I've heard Weiner say it's because of the nature of the late 60's, where everything that was under the surface became surface. Which is good because it means that it's deliberate instead of lazy writing. Though I must admit it is harrowing to have the themes of each episode announced in big, bold letters (or via Glen Bishop).

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