Let’s just start off by addressing the moment I’m sure we’ve all been buzzing about from last night’s season finale of Mad Men:
That tea set is gorgeous, and those scones look scrumptious. If you’re going to let a person know that you’re selling their company after barely a year of ownership, you damn well do it with fine china and tasty pastries. That’s not good business, y’all. That’s just good manners.
Anyways, in not-as-exciting-as-scones developments, Sterling and Cooper and Draper voted to start a new ad agency, and Lane Pryce is coming along as well:
Seriously, watching the four of them scramble to get everything lined up for Puttnam, Powell, and Lowe was nearly as delicious as I imagine those scones to be. Pete in his bathrobe negotiating his role in the new firm and getting Don to acknowledge his talents? Delightful, and only surpassed by Don’s plea to get Peggy on board as well. But obviously the best part about the forming of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce is the fact that–by episodes end–nearly everything I love in this show is all under one roof: