AMC's drama set in New York's 1960s world of advertising has won the Emmy for outstanding drama the past two years. And while it's boring to have the same shows win year after year, "Mad Men" deserves a threepeat. Season 3 not only shook up the engimatic Don Draper's (Jon Hamm) world, it was also really a season for the women to shine. Betty Draper (January Jones) lost her father and finally got it together enough to leave Don and really mean it; Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) navigated the newness of being a liberated female, while still demonstrating that being savvy when it comes to your career doesn't mean you don't make bad personal choices; and our gal Joan (Christina Hendricks) found out her Prince Charming is way more of a toad and has finally returned to where she shines brightest.
-- Brill Bundy, Zap2it
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