10cf746e54 Don confronts Bert. Hot Indie News. During this period, Duck Phillips tempts both Pete and Peggy with business overtures to entice them to come to work with him at Grey; while neither accepts the business proposition, Peggy does accept Duck's initiation of a sexual relationship with her. Sally and Grandpa have a run-in. (I would have liked to hear the discussion, by the way, as to why Don and Roger felt that heor his accountswere less valuable than Petes.) And who will support Paul Kinseys countercultural affectations now? Itll be interesting to see how permanently finished the show is with the characters left behind. Retrieved March 16, 2013. San Francisco Chronicle. The group meets in a small hotel room, where Joan answers calls with the name of the new firm: Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
So Don Draper puts his borrowed surname on his businessSterling Cooper Draper Pryceeven as Betty is handing that name back to him. The site's consensus is: "Mad Men brilliantly weaves its characters into its historical setting, and the result is thoughtful, shocking, and terrifically entertaining." On Metacritic, the third season scored 87 out of 100 based on 20 reviews, indicating universal acclaim.. Betty discovers that she is not in good health. * Liked the choice of Roy Orbisons Shahdaroba as the closing-credits music. The way it played out was delightful, beginning to end, with one applause line and scene after another: Lane Pryce finally growing a pair and turning on PPL (and dissing Moneypenny to boot); Peggy refusing to fetch coffee for Roger; Joan returning from exile. While drinking with Sterling, Don learns about Betty's relationship with Henry Francis, confronts her physically and calls her a whore. The American Film Institute honored the "transformative" third season of Mad Men as one of the ten greatest television achievements of 2009, exalting both January Jones and Jon Hamm for leading the strong ensemble. Mad Men won Best Television Drama Series at the 67th Golden Globe Awards for the third year in a row. It didnt have the phenomenal run of one staggering episode and scene after another like the first did, but this season built confidently to a climax and did an outstanding job of both capturing the sweep of history and how it related to the characters lives." Tim Goodman of the San Francisco Chronicle warned viewers from falling for any inevitable backlash after the myriad of award wins for the series, saying that "the humor, the note-perfect clothing and sets, the creeping cultural change - are still there to be savored. 2014 A Day's Work Sally discovers that Don is not working, Pete lands a big account but is undercut by management, and Joan is forced to move some secretaries around after Lou and Peggy have some problems.