Matthew Weiner, the only showrunner ever to have been granted a Paris Review interview, is known as a dictatorial artiste. A series that always started its episodes with a death begins its final one with new life — a fitting theme for a finale all about moving forward.
Reality TV is at its best when it feels, well, real. I agree with the earlier poster who said that Joan was treating Dr.
This was a very cordial way of mutually desisting her off the show. Fantastic episode The increasing popularity of high-definition plasma televisions supported more artful styles of TV cinematography and encouraged staying home.
Maybe that newly promoted head of media will need a crack assistant. Leslie Amy Poehler excitedly prepares to present the parks department budget proposal, or "master plan". The finale and arrest kicked off debates over art, ethics, and the law.
Fantastic episode She reminds me of Meryl Streep: I admire her, I root for her -- but it takes a true oddity like "Defending Your Life" before I can simply warm to her and like her. It ends up being a total nightmare for everyone there, while being a total delight for everyone watching.
Don has had good champagne and he knows the difference.
Archived from the original on May 29, If there's a single metaphor in this entire experience, you know, that's probably it. And we're watching it in She damn sure considered it rape but she also considered it the cost of doing business Much like Cooper said last night - we took their money, now we have to do what they say Speaking of Joan - my thoughts on Don and Joan's look last night was that Don and Joan are very much two peas in a pod- professionally, emotionally, sexually - and they know it too.
This had the dual effect of sending writers, directors, and actors in search of TV jobs, and opening a niche for the kind of grown-up content that Not TV was peddling.