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14th Nov '17 5:07:17 AM UchuuFlamenco
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Having heard that Don had run off and was in trouble he raced off, got Don's call to the McCann traced, and flew off in his plane to Big Sur to save him.

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Having heard that Don had run off and was in trouble he raced off, got Don's call to the McCann [=McCann=] traced, and flew off in his plane to Big Sur to save him.
30th Sep '17 12:57:47 PM SeptimusHeap
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He's an award-winning writer who seems to exist on the periphery of the story, yet seems to know everything. Every character on the show has a transgressive double life. Ken's perceived transgression by the rest of the characters at the office is his writing. When he is found out, he goes from writing science fiction stories under one pen name, to writing stories that more resembled literary fiction. In the final episode, it will turn out that everything we see was written by Ken, with his author's voice being someone sort of on the periphery, like Nick in TheGreatGatsby.

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He's an award-winning writer who seems to exist on the periphery of the story, yet seems to know everything. Every character on the show has a transgressive double life. Ken's perceived transgression by the rest of the characters at the office is his writing. When he is found out, he goes from writing science fiction stories under one pen name, to writing stories that more resembled literary fiction. In the final episode, it will turn out that everything we see was written by Ken, with his author's voice being someone sort of on the periphery, like Nick in TheGreatGatsby.
Literature/TheGreatGatsby.
28th Aug '17 8:33:39 AM CosmicFerret
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That's right, he's pulling the old [[MetalGear Solid Snake in MGS4]] on us. He was crying from it in Season 6. Who knows what's under that patch.

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That's right, he's pulling the old [[MetalGear [[VideoGame/MetalGear Solid Snake in MGS4]] on us. He was crying from it in Season 6. Who knows what's under that patch.
16th Jul '17 10:42:11 AM nombretomado
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We have a fairly comprehensive account of Don's (rather Dick's) life from his birth till the time he was living in his uncle's whorehouse. And we of course know about his time in Korea and how he faked his death and stole Don Draper's identity. But between these events there is a gap of around 7-8 years at least in Dick's life of which we know nothing. The bulk of WW2 happened during this time-span and we know Dick wasn't drafted into it. So here's my theory to fill in the missing years.

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We have a fairly comprehensive account of Don's (rather Dick's) life from his birth till the time he was living in his uncle's whorehouse. And we of course know about his time in Korea and how he faked his death and stole Don Draper's identity. But between these events there is a gap of around 7-8 years at least in Dick's life of which we know nothing. The bulk of WW2 [=WW2=] happened during this time-span and we know Dick wasn't drafted into it. So here's my theory to fill in the missing years.
6th Jun '17 10:25:07 PM Blackie62
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[[When Ted Chaugh left the room while Stan was on the phone in the finale...]]

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[[When [[WMG: When Ted Chaugh left the room while Stan was on the phone in the finale...]]
27th May '17 1:46:57 PM nombretomado
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* At their current ages, Sally will still be too young to drive when Woodstock occurs, and Bobby will still be in HighSchool when the VietnamWar [[{{Conscription}} draft]] ''ends''. The series has already shown a desire to hit on every turning point of TheSixties, thus older kids are needed.

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* At their current ages, Sally will still be too young to drive when Woodstock occurs, and Bobby will still be in HighSchool when the VietnamWar UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar [[{{Conscription}} draft]] ''ends''. The series has already shown a desire to hit on every turning point of TheSixties, thus older kids are needed.
10th Jan '17 11:56:14 AM nlpnt
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* If anything, it worked the other way around for Bobby who, due to multiple recastings, somehow was no younger than 4 or 5 in 1960 and not yet a tteenager in 1970.

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* If anything, it worked the other way around for Bobby who, due to multiple recastings, somehow was no younger than 4 or 5 in 1960 and not yet a tteenager teenager in 1970.
10th Jan '17 11:55:40 AM nlpnt
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* If anything, it worked the other way around for Bobby who, due to multiple recastings, somehow was no younger than 4 or 5 in 1960 and not yet a tteenager in 1970.
14th Aug '16 10:41:09 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The later seasons of ''Mad Men'' have been an adaptation of ''TheDivineComedy'']]

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[[WMG: The later seasons of ''Mad Men'' have been an adaptation of ''TheDivineComedy'']]''Literature/TheDivineComedy'']]
16th Jul '16 10:10:01 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Harry Crane will go on to be [[{{Archer}} Cyril Figgis]].]]

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[[WMG: Harry Crane will go on to be [[{{Archer}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Archer}} Cyril Figgis]].]]
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