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How to do a burn… Don Draper style.

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His face in the last gif… amazing!

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For more reactions to the 2012 Emmys, check out our liveblog.
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Jon Hamm, Mad MenSubmitted Episode: “The Other Woman” Better known as “The One Where Joan Prostitutes Herself,” “The Other Woman” does at least find the time for Don to feel bad about what his partners are not-so-subtly suggesting that Joan do in response to the Herb Rennet’s crudely indecent proposal.Our Pick: “Far Away Places” “The Other Woman” was easily the season’s most buzzed-about episode, but Don’s best outing was the Howard Johnson portion of “Far Away Places” better known as “The One Where Roger Drops Acid.” The desperation and sheer panic on Don’s face as he searched for a vanished Megan following their blow-up over HoJo’s signature orange sherbet was some of the finest acting we’ve seen from Hamm over the course of the series.
Read more: Emmys 2012: Analyzing Lead Actor & Actress Episode Submissions

Jon Hamm, Mad Men
Submitted Episode: “The Other Woman”
Better known as “The One Where Joan Prostitutes Herself,” “The Other Woman” does at least find the time for Don to feel bad about what his partners are not-so-subtly suggesting that Joan do in response to the Herb Rennet’s crudely indecent proposal.
Our Pick: “Far Away Places”
“The Other Woman” was easily the season’s most buzzed-about episode, but Don’s best outing was the Howard Johnson portion of “Far Away Places” better known as “The One Where Roger Drops Acid.” The desperation and sheer panic on Don’s face as he searched for a vanished Megan following their blow-up over HoJo’s signature orange sherbet was some of the finest acting we’ve seen from Hamm over the course of the series.

Read more: Emmys 2012: Analyzing Lead Actor & Actress Episode Submissions

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Don Draper Loves Howard Johnson This was the most far-fetched story arc in “Far Away Places” — who knew Don was such a dork and since when do ad game hotshots adore HoJo’s so much? Had Megan not rejected the perfume-tasting sherbet, we would have written off their whole adventure as yet another Don Draper dream.
Read more: Mad Men: Most Jaw-Dropping Moments of Season 5

Don Draper Loves Howard Johnson
This was the most far-fetched story arc in “Far Away Places” — who knew Don was such a dork and since when do ad game hotshots adore HoJo’s so much? Had Megan not rejected the perfume-tasting sherbet, we would have written off their whole adventure as yet another Don Draper dream.

Read more: Mad Men: Most Jaw-Dropping Moments of Season 5

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4. The Drapers’ (Mad Men)
Don may not like parties, but if we had a swinging ’60s pad like he and Megan have, we’d be celebrating all the time. Especially if there was a housekeeper available to keep the white carpets looking pristine. So mod and fashionable, and we always get nostalgic about a sunken living room. Added bonus: Megan singing in French as one of the amenities.

Read more: TWoP 10: Best Apartments on TV

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I think getting Don and Betty back together would also be a cheap shot for MM. And I’ve become a Don and Betty ‘shipper this season. But the relationship I am championing is the intimacy between two people who spent over a decade together and had three children together. And I want that to be tossed right into Megan’s face constantly because she’s so immature and narcissistic, she won’t be able to handle it.

-rogaine2233 in the Mad Men 5-2 “Tea Leaves” Forum

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