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Mad Men landet bei Amazon im Streaming. Eine Episode wird aber mit einem Disclaimer ausgestattet. An anderer Front gibt es neues zu. Der Creative Director Don Draper legt eine erfolgreiche Karriere bei der Werbeagentur Sterling Cooper hin. Im New York der er erlebt die Werbewelt ihre Blütezeit und der charmante Mittdreißiger genießt sein Leben in vollen Zügen. Im Geschäft. Cast Mad Men S Mad Men · Staffeln & Episoden · Besetzung · Videos · News · Kritiken · Streaming. TV-Ausstrahlungen. DVD, Blu-ray · Musik · Bilder.

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His pitching style is theatrical, and he often captivates his clients with his over-the-top performances and youthful vigor. In this respect, he stands out from the rest of the SCDP team, particularly Don and Peggy, who are quieter and more understated both in their copy and their presentation.

As the season goes on, Ginsberg's socially awkward, tone-deaf genius and refusal to follow orders begin to create resentment in both Don and Peggy, leading to a conflict between Ginsberg and Don in the Season 5 episode " Dark Shadows ", when Don decides to submit his own work for an account instead of Ginsberg's.

The episode reveals Ginsberg's competitive side, which had been rarely evident until then. Ginsberg is Jewish , and he lives with his adoptive father Morris in Brooklyn.

In " Far Away Places ", he reveals to Peggy that he was told he was born in a concentration camp during World War II , [8] and that his father found him in a Swedish orphanage at age 5.

He also claims to be a Martian who is waiting for orders from above, telling this to Peggy. Roger takes a liking to Ginsberg when he discovers they share a common desire to throw something out of their skyscraper windows, and Roger thereafter canvasses Ginsberg's support to help him with the Manischewitz account, which he is trying to bring to SCDP.

With Peggy's departure from SCDP in " Lady Lazarus ", Ginsberg's position as copywriter is further elevated, and he becomes one of the two full-time copywriters at the firm, both of whom report to Don.

However, in the season finale " The Phantom ", Ginsberg and Stan struggle to make the same impression on clients that Peggy did, and Don does not back their ideas the way he did hers, frustrating them.

In Season 6, Ginsberg is shown to have embraced more of the counterculture , and grows a thick moustache while dressing less formally. With the merger of SCDP and CGC, Peggy once again becomes his superior.

His politics come to a head when, during an argument with partner Jim Cutler, Ginsberg denounces Dow Chemical for the use of its Napalm in Vietnam.

Cutler angrily criticizes Ginsberg as a hypocrite for abhorring Dow's policies and yet accepting paychecks from them.

Ginsberg's father later sets him up on a blind date, but he immediately botches it through being socially awkward and admitting that he is still a virgin.

His behavior and manners continue to be erratic and begin to deteriorate throughout the season, culminating in a psychotic breakdown brought on by the installation of an IBM computer in the old creative breakroom in "The Runaways".

Convinced that this is true, he arrives at Peggy's apartment to escape from it in order to do his work, but later wakes Peggy in order to 'reproduce' and therefore beat the machine.

The next day he gives Peggy his severed nipple as an apology, explaining that since his nipple is a valve and he has now removed it, the computer's vibrations can now flow through him and he will not need to use Peggy as an outlet.

Ginsberg is removed from the building tied to a stretcher, leaving Peggy in tears and Stan in shock. It is later mentioned that Ginsberg's father had him institutionalized.

Lyons wrote that Ginsberg's deterioration reflects the theme of "How bad would things have to be before someone does something? Jessica Firger of CBS News wrote that the "centerpiece of his psychosis" is being afraid of having computers take over for humans and that "In retrospect, the clues to his unraveling had been accumulating for some time.

Paul Puri analyzed the character and suggested that his repressed homosexuality may have contributed to his self-mutilation.

Robert "Bobby" Draper Maxwell Huckabee in season 1; Aaron Hart in seasons 1 and 2; Jared S. Gilmore in seasons 3 and 4; and Mason Vale Cotton in seasons 5, 6 and 7 is Don and Betty Draper's middle child.

His mother referred to him as a "little liar. Due to many of the Draper story lines focusing on Don, Betty and Sally, Bobby does not have much of a role in the early seasons.

He is depicted as being clumsy and accident-prone, such as burning his lip on a hot stove. When Betty urges Don to spank Bobby for damaging the radio, he opts to scold the boy rather than resorting to physical punishment; he later reveals that he is reluctant to use corporal punishment on Bobby because his own father beat him badly very often, and the only thing it accomplished was Don spending time thinking of ways to murder his father.

After the Drapers divorce, Bobby gradually becomes close to his stepfather, Henry Francis, and he is treated kindly by Don's new wife, Megan.

During Season 6, Bobby's character is expanded; he shown to be sympathetic towards black people in the aftermath of Martin Luther King, Jr's assassination , as well as expressing concern for Henry's safety.

Don realizes that he has been missing out on his children's lives. By Season 7, Bobby is deeply troubled over Betty and Henry's arguments and fears they might divorce.

He does not spend much time with his mother, but one day she agrees to help chaperone a field trip with his class. He is thrilled by his mother's involvement, but things sour when he trades his mother's sandwich for candy, which leads to her yelling at him and turning a cold shoulder to him for the rest of the day.

Allison Alexa Alemanni was Don Draper's secretary, first at Sterling Cooper and later at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Allison was first seen as Sterling Cooper's receptionist.

By Season 3, she had become Don Draper's secretary. Though her character was little developed during the first three seasons, she was depicted as being competent and friendly.

In Season 2, after Don asked that Jane Siegel be removed as his secretary, Allison was installed as her replacement. In Season 3, she occasionally flirted with Ken, and during Joan's going-away party she was seen sitting on Ken's lap.

Although the sudden formation of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce was accomplished without Allison's knowledge she declared that the agency had been robbed when she came into Don's office and discovered that it had been stripped over the weekend , SCDP hired her sometime during , and she continued as Don's secretary.

On the night of the office Christmas Party in , Don asked Allison to bring him his apartment keys, which he had forgotten at work. Upon her entering his apartment, the drunken Don seduced Allison, and they had an impulsive sexual encounter.

He attempted to forget about the affair but ended up hurting Allison when she realized he was going to pretend that nothing had happened. She continued to work for Don for several months, but in the fourth episode of Season 4, his continual avoidance of the topic finally led her to resign after she burst into tears at a focus group.

When she asked Don for a recommendation letter and he suggested she write a glowing reference on his letterhead and he would sign it which she perceived as insensitive , she snapped, throwing a brass cigarette dispenser at him that noisily shattered a glass picture frame and storming out of the office in tears.

When Megan later made a pass at Don, she reassured him that she wouldn't behave like Allison the next morning. Allison's last name was never mentioned in the show and remains unknown.

Lou Avery Allan Havey is first introduced in Season 6 as a creative executive at rival agency Dancer Fitzgerald Sample, competing with Don Draper and Roger Sterling for the Chevrolet account.

He is also not very creative or daring and is very old-fashioned. This causes tension with Peggy Olson, who is used to spending a lot of time on one pitch at a time until a creative breakthrough produces unique work, and Lou makes a point of ignoring Peggy's ideas, shunting aside her efforts, and treating her condescendingly.

The members of the creative team under him do not respect him and he becomes an object of open ridicule when someone discovers that he writes and illustrates his own unpublished cartoon, Scout's Honor, full of hackneyed themes and unamusing punchlines.

Lou later becomes upset when the partners allow Don to come back to work in the creative department and report to him, possibly recognizing how much better Don is at the job than he is.

Lou finds Don's presence a distraction, and assigns Peggy as Don's direct supervisor. When he and Jim Cutler seek out a major cigarette deal knowing that winning it would allow them to get rid of Don, due to his previous anti-tobacco ad in the New York Times , Lou is first angry when Don screws up the pitch meeting, then left ruined when they lose the cigarette deal anyway.

Jim who has no particular loyalty to Lou makes it clear he doesn't care that Lou's background is in tobacco, since it is now useless, and that Lou isn't that important to the company, and that he regards Lou as essentially hired help.

Not getting to share in the McCann payout windfall, Lou later emerges as the powerless director of the California office, where he openly ignores his work to keep trying to sell his planned "Scout's Honor" cartoon.

He does sell the idea to a Japanese company and plans a move to Tokyo, and calls Don to taunt him about how happy he is to be living his dream; Don is first panicked and disbelieving when he thinks a loser like Lou had the news about the McCann merger before him, but when he realizes the truth, he just blankly and insincerely wishes Lou well as the call ends.

Joey Baird Matt Long is a freelance artist for Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, first seen at the start of the fourth season.

Joey and Peggy seem to enjoy working together, reenacting the " John and Marsha " comedy skit [14] in a workroom and laughing.

However, Joey is also rather crude, acts entitled, frequently makes insensitive remarks, and engages in actions that would be classified as sexual harassment later in the century.

Additionally, Joey misinterprets Harry Crane's friendly offer to help him get acting jobs and to go out for coffee as homosexual advances.

Joey is also anti-authoritarian and, while disrespectful behind Don and Lane's backs as some other SCDP employees are, is unlike them openly defiant of Joan.

Things come to a head in " The Summer Man ", when Joey reveals she reminds him of his mother, who he says is "a Joan" at her job: he speaks contemptuously about and to Joan, alleging she got her job by having sex with men in the office because she lacks any skills of her own, calls her a "madame" and a "Shanghai whore," tells her she walks around the office like she "want[s] to get raped", and draws a pornographic picture of Joan and Lane Pryce engaged in oral sex and tapes it to the glass door of her office.

Joan's efforts to control and admonish Joey herself fail to accomplish anything and Joey escalates his insulting and defiant behavior.

She attempts to have Don and Lane handle him, emphasizing the problems with his work while indirectly referencing his transgressions toward her.

However, her attempts to indirectly deal with the situation fail. At first, Peggy's repeated efforts to confront his sexist attitudes are as his peer, but Joey brushes her aside.

Peggy ultimately shows Don the obscene drawing and, at his suggestion, empowers herself by ordering Joey as his superior to apologize to Joan and fires the shocked freelancer when he refuses to comply.

However, in the aftermath, Joan is angry at Peggy about the firing because she perceives it as Peggy acting in order to "look important" and causing Joan to look like a "glorified secretary" lacking power, respect, or authority, and needing Peggy to fight her battles for her.

Bobbie Barrett Melinda McGraw is the wife and manager of comedian Jimmy Barrett born Jimmy Bernstein Patrick Fischler , an insult comic reminiscent of Don Rickles whom the firm uses in their advertisements for Utz Potato Chips.

After Jimmy insults the wife of Utz's owner about her weight, Don has to intercede and ends up meeting Bobbie, who shrugs off her husband's behavior.

After that meeting, Bobbie seduces Don, though he initially resists as he wants to remain faithful to his marriage vows, despite his previous infidelities.

Bobbie appears to enjoy the dominating treatment, and quickly signals her husband to apologize. Later, she comes to Don with a TV pitch called "Grin and Barrett", a Candid Camera -type show, featuring her husband using his insult comic skills as the host.

Don helps her arrange things, and they continue to see each other on the side, until the two are in a car accident that requires a cover story.

The two resume their affair after a brief hiatus following the accident, but Don breaks it off completely and abruptly, when Bobbie reveals to him that she and other women with whom Don has had affairs have been discussing his prowess as a lover.

Upset to learn that he has a "reputation" and annoyed at his inability to control Bobbie, Don leaves her during the middle of a sexual encounter, while she is tied up.

Later, during a party where Don, Jimmy, and their spouses are in attendance, Jimmy reveals to Betty that Don and Bobbie have had an affair, and Jimmy also confronts Don and gloats about the trouble he has just unleashed for Don.

Betty is humiliated by the revelation; though Betty may have suspected affairs in the past, Don's affair with Bobbie appears to be the only one Betty has actually been confronted about, leading to a period of separation for her and Don.

Don later encounters Jimmy in an underground casino and delivers a solid punch to Jimmy's face, knocking him off his feet, which Jimmy later disparages as "nothing".

Bob Benson James Wolk is a recurring character in season 6. A new hire in Accounts, he answers to Ken Cosgrove, although no one recalls having hired him.

Bob's overly eager and helpful demeanor irritates many in the office and is interpreted as sycophantic by Don, Pete, and Ken. Bob engages in practices such as always buying an extra coffee so he has one to give to others, sending a catered deli platter to Roger's mother's wake , as well as hanging out on the lower floor of the office Accounts is on the upper floor , looking for people to talk to, and in the reception area of Accounts, trying to be seen and unsuccessfully to appear busy.

While at first these activities annoy people, eventually they bear fruit and gain Bob a stronger place in the firm. Bob is also shown listening to an LP audiobook of Frank Bettger 's How I Raised Myself From Failure to Success in Selling and using similar language to inspire his friend, Michael Ginsberg.

In "Man with a Plan", Bob tactfully assists Joan when she is in pain due to an ovarian cyst and, displaying an ability to think quickly and a willingness to lie, tells the nurse that Joan has just ingested poison, resulting in Joan's receiving treatment immediately after her abdominal pain alone had failed to result in any treatment.

A grateful Joan prevents his lay-off after SCDP merges with CGC, and Bob is later seen accompanying Joan and Kevin to the beach.

Based on a comment made by Joan, Bob assists Pete Campbell in getting an experienced nurse for his now-ailing mother. Later, Benson intervenes in an argument between Michael Ginsberg and Jim Cutler, taking Cutler's side; his subsequent apology to Cutler leads Cutler to assign Bob to handle the Manischewitz account and give Bob a foot in the door with the Chevy business although Bob doesn't seem to realize this is part of Cutler's efforts to stage a coup within the merged firm.

When Pete voices concerns to Bob that the nurse Bob recommended, Manolo Colon, may be sexually abusing his mother and taking advantage of her dementia, Bob says Manolo doesn't date women and then hints heavily at his own romantic feelings for Pete, which Pete, repulsed, rejects.

When Ken is injured and the senior partners assign Bob to take the lead on the Chevy account, where he would potentially be working closely with Pete, an angered Pete threatens Bob and is astonished when Bob threatens him in turn.

Bob is later shown venting in fluent Castillian Spanish on the phone to Manolo about Pete's threatening Bob's future and saying it doesn't matter how nice Pete's mother is.

Pete proceeds to hire Duck Phillips to find Bob another job. Instead, Duck uncovers Bob's secret: much like Don Draper, Bob's adopted an assumed identity to compensate for an embarrassing and impoverished past.

None of his college references check out, he's from a poor area of West Virginia, and he was the manservant of a vice-president at Brown Brothers Harriman — not an employee of the firm itself in the accounts department, as he had implied.

Moreover, his name is likely a false one. Bob appears shocked when Pete tells him Manolo aka Marcos Constantine apparently eloped with Pete's mother, and she has "fallen" overboard and become lost at sea under mysterious circumstances.

Pete flatly rejects the concept that Bob wasn't in on the situation and proceeds to try and strong-arm him out of Chevy's good graces.

Bob, maintaining his innocence in the Manolo situation, manipulates Pete into making a fool of himself at Chevy's headquarters, thereby securing his own position.

Around the same time, Roger Sterling sees that Bob is spending time with Joan and giving Kevin gifts. Roger confronts Bob and threatens him about his relationship with Joan, which Bob replies to by insisting that he and Joan are just "buddies".

Bob is later seen carving the turkey at Joan's Thanksgiving dinner, to Roger's surprise. In season 7, Bob Benson reappears. He is called by a GM executive Matthew Glave asking to be bailed out of jail, having been arrested for offering to fellate an undercover police officer.

This prompts Bob to propose marriage to Joan, who turns him down, stating that they both deserve to be with people they love, not spending their lives in "an arrangement".

When Bob explains that he needs a wife to assuage the GM executives, Joan learns about the losing of the account but neglects to inform Roger, who is at first incensed, until he realizes it will be a blow for Jim Cutler and one he won't be able to avoid.

Glen Bishop Marten Holden Weiner , son of series creator Matthew Weiner is the son of Betty's neighbor, Helen Bishop.

Aged 9 in Season 1 , he develops a crush on Betty. One evening, when she is babysitting him, he purposely walks in on her while she is using the bathroom and looks at her for several seconds.

He then later asks for a lock of her hair. She acquiesces, and when Helen discovers it, she angrily confronts Betty in a supermarket, telling her he is just a "little boy", causing an offended Betty to slap Helen across the face.

Betty immediately leaves the market, and while her friend Francine offers her support, she also reveals that the incident has become a topic of neighborhood gossip.

In Season 2, episode 10, "The Inheritance", Betty discovers that Glen has run away and has been living in the Draper's backyard playhouse for several days.

Glen's father wants Glen to live with him and his new wife and baby, but Glen dislikes his stepmother and says she is mean.

He also says his mother is only interested in her boyfriends, and that Glen brushes his little sister's teeth and puts her to bed. Glen and Betty comfort each other because they are both lonely and miserable.

He tells Betty that he is there to rescue her. He proposes that Betty elope with him, but she instead calls his mother, which leads him to tell her he hates her.

He returns in Season 4, working for his father at a Christmas tree lot, where he encounters Sally Draper and fixates on her as a replacement for Betty, bonding with her over their now-shared experience as children in divorced families.

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However, Bert Cooper — founding partner and constant source of expertise — was in so many ways the weirdest, and most wonderful, of them all.

He always wore a bowtie. He was obsessed with Japanese art. He hated wearing shoes, but he could sing and soft shoe with the best of them. In a way, it made sense that he passed away, and thus left Mad Men , just as men were first landing on the moon, because he really was out of this world.

Robert Morse was easily the most experienced member of the Mad Men ensemble, having spent decades appearing in films and on television.

Simpson , and has done voice work on series like The Legend of Korra , Teen Titans Go! Harry Crane knew the future of advertising was on TV long before his compatriots at Sterling Cooper caught on.

Despite his solid instincts, though, he never quite had the temperament to really make it in advertising. His struggles were rarely the focal point of the series, but Rich Sommer managed to imbue Harry with a cocky confidence that made him feel like a real, if occasionally incredibly unlikable, person.

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