On Sally telling Don about Betty's cancer
Don must have moved to Utah. His daughter is at college. She can’t tell him about the boy problems. Oh crap; mom’s dying. Lung cancer. She’s gonna die in six months, but he couldn’t know. His daughter can just tell him what time it is, like he’s the child. First-world problems of the '70s. Sally wouldn’t last at my grandmother’s house with that tone of voice.
On Don and Anna Draper's niece Stephanie
Dick?!? Who is this girl? She’s clearly a hippie. This is the '60s, right? This is mad boring. Jon looks like he’s doing all the coke. Jon is looking for some dude who ain’t there. How long has he known this girl? She’s just known him as Dick the whole time?
On Pete and Peggy's final scene together
This girl with the Christmas colors is weird. The guy with the cactus is rich, I guess. He got a new big job! The lady is creative apparently. That would make sense with the elf outfit. What’s up with that "I’ll be back; that thing better be alive," thing?
On what it feels like halfway through watching this show
A LOT HAS HAPPENED. It doesn’t seem like it. This sh*t is slow.