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Mad Men, The Final Season (part 2) blu-ray $24.99 pre-order

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Amazon [amazon.com] and Best Buy [bestbuy.com] have the second part of the final season in blu-ray available for pre-order at $24.99. This is a drop from $31.99, which was a drop from $34.99.

Release date is 10/13/15. Store pickup at Best Buy is possible.
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I've heard a lot of people talking about this show over the years.

I tried watching it on Netflix. Powered through the first season.


The show is about nothing. It's like a soap drama. There's no tension... nothing drives the show. Is this like Seinfeld: A show about nothing? Does it get more interesting?


For example, when compared to Breaking Bad, you have a character that has a goal, a motive, and it creates tension and suspense: A man is dying of cancer, missed out on an opportunity to make a lot of money, realizes that he can illegally make a lot of money to take care of his family when he dies, and proceeds along this path. This drives the plot and character development.


In Mad Men, you have............ what? Did I miss something?
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It's not always have to have wild swings to be interesting... that's how other shows are.

This is more subtle, about the era/period. There are some interesting things coming but nothing like 24, where 20 unrealistic things happen in 1 episode
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Quote from okinawanmatt View Post :
I've heard a lot of people talking about this show over the years.

I tried watching it on Netflix. Powered through the first season.


The show is about nothing. It's like a soap drama. There's no tension... nothing drives the show. Is this like Seinfeld: A show about nothing? Does it get more interesting?


For example, when compared to Breaking Bad, you have a character that has a goal, a motive, and it creates tension and suspense: A man is dying of cancer, missed out on an opportunity to make a lot of money, realizes that he can illegally make a lot of money to take care of his family when he dies, and proceeds along this path. This drives the plot and character development.


In Mad Men, you have............ what? Did I miss something?
There's plenty of tension/drama you just have to watch past the first season, it's comparatively the worse season except for maybe S6.
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Quote from okinawanmatt View Post :
I've heard a lot of people talking about this show over the years.

I tried watching it on Netflix. Powered through the first season.


The show is about nothing. It's like a soap drama. There's no tension... nothing drives the show. Is this like Seinfeld: A show about nothing? Does it get more interesting?


For example, when compared to Breaking Bad, you have a character that has a goal, a motive, and it creates tension and suspense: A man is dying of cancer, missed out on an opportunity to make a lot of money, realizes that he can illegally make a lot of money to take care of his family when he dies, and proceeds along this path. This drives the plot and character development.


In Mad Men, you have............ what? Did I miss something?

One of my favorite series don draper (dick) has a complex corrector.. I recommend you see again the first series but put attention.. man
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