fb.indiewire.com – "Not every little girl gets to do what they want. The world could not support that many ballerinas." --Marie Calvet (Julia Ormond) Season five of "Mad Men" came to an end last night not with a bang or a whimper -- it was more of an exhausted sigh, the kind that escapes you when you look at yourself in the mirror and can only see what time is doing to the face you used to have.It's been an even more melancholy than usual arc this year for the show, which saved for its late episodes the one-two-three punch of Joan (Christina Hendricks)being rented out like a call girl for the betterment of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, Peggy (Elisabeth Moss) finally leaving for greener pastures and Lane (Jared Harris) making a permanent exitby hanging himself at the office.
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