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My only thought during that flashback to Jonesy’s collapse was “Holy shit, is that fucking Linda Cardellini back there?!?”
Her casting in this show was actually kind of a spoiler for me, in that I just instinctively knew that Don was 1) going to cheat on Megan with her or 2) he already was. Linda Cardellini is an actress that just about everyone knows and recognizes, so to cast her just to be a pretty face in the background didn’t seem realistic to me. Something about her character was significant, and by the end of the episode, I found out my instincts were right.
Also, hello Burt. Haven’t seen you in a while.
Yeah, I knew a Pete in high school. That guy was a fucking dickhead.
Gabe, if you want out, I’ll totally understand. Just know that you’re going to leave me with nothing to look forward to on Mondays.
If by THE Game, you mean the video game, then yes, I agree.
You want to be somebody’s discovery. Not somebody’s dog.
This is not the face of a man who is about to say no.
Bless your beautiful soul.
Joan was the only one to get an actual, vocal goodbye from Lane.
Bon voyage, indeed…
Well, I’m sure Sally knew what it was. Most girls are well informed on menstruation, but the reality of finally getting it might be a very different experience for some girls. Made even more nerve-racking by the fact that she was alone, cramping, in a very public place, without menstrual products, and was hanging out with a guy friend. I think it was just a moment of panic.
Would the H for Harris (or Holloway, because fuck Greg) not be included in SCDP as well? I thought since Joan was a non-silent partner, she’d get a piece of the agency title too. Or does it not work like that?
Have to admit, once Lane’s fate was sealed with the forced resignation, I was entirely expecting the inevitable offscreen glass-shattering noise of a man throwing himself out a window.
Didn’t he also get shot and turned into a zombie in Resident Evil: Apocalypse?