Last week, we updated Don Draper’s famous Kodak Carousel pitch so that Don projected some of the show’s most poignant moments. But those moments don’t capture the full gamut of Mad Men’s pleasures: Though a drama, it was fond of quick detours into the surreal or comic, with Matthew Weiner and his writing staff always willing to sneak in a good gag or an impromptu tap-dancing performance.
With that in mind, we’ve tweaked Don’s pitch again. This time around, he projects the show’s silliest, craziest, and most embarrassing scenes—lending new meaning to Harry Crane’s speedy post-pitch exit. Enjoy.
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