With her Grace Kelly good looks, house in the suburbs, successful husband and two-point-three kids, Betty Draper was supposed to be the epitome of a 1960’s happy housewife. Too bad she and Don made each other so miserable. However, even after leaving him, Betty still struggles within the confines of conservative suburbia.
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April 21, 2013 by Amanda
Don Draper is the all-American success story: a self-made man with a job at a top New York advertising agency, a house in the suburbs, and a beautiful wife. Well, if you ignore all the identity theft, manslaughter and adultery that got him there. Thus, not included in the costume below: self-loathing, borderline alcoholism, Dick Whitman.April 21, 2013 by Amanda
Despite his numerous bowties and horn-rimmed glasses, Harry, like many of the characters on Mad Men, is not as old-fashioned as he appears. While most of his fellow copywriters at Sterling Cooper are still concentrating on magazine adverts, Harry is looking to television as the way of the future. After creating and running the department at the old firm, it’s no wonder that Don and company seize the chance to swipe him for the newly formed Sterling Cooper Draper Price.
June 20, 2013 by Stacey
Miss Blankenship was briefly Don Draper’s secretary during season 4 of Mad Men. She wasn’t exactly the youngest or hottest in the office, but we all enjoyed her outspokenness and quirky spirit. Don’t be fooled by her cataract goggles or her homemade afghan – she was even known to have had an escapade with young Roger Sterling back in the day.
April 14, 2013 by Amanda
The original queen bee of Sterling Cooper, Joan ran the secretarial pool with vicious efficiency. Although men concentrate on her va-va-voom image, she’s smarter than she lets on and isn’t above using sex appeal to advance her career. A smart move, it seems, as she’s gotten a partnership in the firm.July 19, 2013 by Amy
Marge Simpson is the ever-patient matriarch of the Simpsons family. She’s often the voice of reason when her husband, Homer, launches himself into every impulsive idea that he has. Marge is famous for her blue beehive – perhaps she took a few hairstyle tips from The Bride of Frankenstein?
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