One of the recurring themes in Mad Men involves lost children, children who have lost their parents, parents who have lost their kids. We see characters who were abandoned, orphaned, or simply didn’t get enough love (Don Draper included) who go on to pathologically treat their own offspring the own way, often without much awareness or self-reflection about doing so. Don was a lost kid who became a lost adult, though he's kept it covered it up with bravado and a good sell over the years, albeit with a few cracks emerging.
This “lost” storyline goes well beyond Don, though. Pete lost his mother, in part because of Bob Benson. [...]
There was no real reason to encourage you to drunk dial Congress this week (we are at day 9, $124 million in unpaid Woman, Infants, and Children food vouchers), and then this photo turned up. The drink recipes don't look so bad, either. [Related: This study says Sprite is the only hangover cure. Am skeptical. *clutches yellow Gatorade to chest*]
From Screwy Decimal:
Tween: "I'm going to draw you Tim Burton-style."
Me: "Oh boy."
Tween: "If I draw you weird, it's not personal."
Me: "No, of course not."
Tween: "I'm going to give you weird hair, like you're in an asylum. That's what I see when I look at you."
I won't spoil the reveal. Click here.