- May 21, 2008
- In Dillman's Grove
glenn: serial killer in waiting
For sure.. I don't know if he's intended to be like that or is it more a combination of the way the kid looks and how he delivers his lines but he certainly comes across as a psychopath in the making.. I think trashing the house was supposed to be something like a chivalrous gesture for his sweetheart Sally but it felt far more sinister. I like how Don is becoming increasingly sort of pathetic and desperate in his private life (and obviously drinking way more than he used to) as he gets more aggressive and determined in work, presumably he's heading for a messy breakdown at some point.
It seems like every blog I read has taken to doing Mad Men recaps.
Project Rungay totally nailed it with the sense of "of everyone trying to dance as hard as they can to recapture something that doesn't exist anymore".
Episode 3 - possibly the worst one yet? Another one that felt self conscious and forced. Don coming on to his ex-wife's niece. Don and Lane on the piss. Joanie freaking out about a finger cut. No, no, no.
I have a hard time with the Dick/Anna storyline because I just don't believe that Don gives a shit about anyone but himself. Are we supposed to like him more because he acts quasi-nice to Anna? The only reason he's kind to her is to make himself feel better. Don: You disgust me. I almost felt sorry for Joan's husband though and it was nice to see his "good" side. Otherwise it's just baffling as to why Joan is with him.
I liked Lane's stoic hangover.
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