#MadMenFinale – The End of Don Draper

Feeling nostalgic for Mad Men today. I watched it religiously every week when it was airing. There won’t be another show like this for a long time. Watching the show was like being a fly on the wall during the 1950s. As a woman, it’s also made me appreciate my opportunities and the choices I have in my life.

Thoughts From my Kitchen

The creator of Mad Men has created one of the most compelling characters to grace the TV screens in recent times: the character of Donald Draper. On the surface, the anti-hero Don Draper seems like another TV character cliche, a man that every man wants to be and every woman wants to be with. But once you peel back the layers, it’s much more complex than that.

First of all, Don Draper isn’t who he says he is, he assumed the identity of his commanding officer in the Korean War by switching their dog tags after the real Lt. Donald Draper was killed in a bombing raid it was believed that Dick Whitman (his real identity) was killed. The coffin that was sent home to the Whitman family farm contained the body of Lt. Donald Draper. From then on ‘Dick Whitman’ was dead and ‘Donald Draper’ was reborn. The new Don Draper set…

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