Peggy- "Clients are right all of the sudden? I don't recognize that man. He's kind...and patient."
The times they are a changin'. Although it was only seven or eight months since Don went to California with Megan in the Mad Men season four finale, everything felt different in "A Little Kiss."To read the rest of my review of last night's Mad Mean season premiere, head over to TV Fanatic.
Don and Megan couldn't keep their hands off of each other, even as they walked into work together, Pete and Roger were nearly at each other's throats attempting to gain the advantage within SCDP, Joan was at home taking care of her new born, and Peggy was working day and night, managing very little success.
Okay, so maybe that last one was exactly what we've seen from Peggy for a few years now, but there was definitely a different vibe to start the season. The period we were watching only moved from October of 1965 to Memorial Day of 1966, but the 1950s feeling of previous seasons was almost entirely gone, which was no more evident than at Don's surprise party.
The lighting, the decor, the attitudes, and a certain performance by a former secretary made the event seem like a portrayal of the changing times.
Mad Men 501 - "A Little Kiss"