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'Mad Men' (AMC)
The Moment: The Hershey's Speech (from "In Care Of") Don Draper pitches to the Hershey's guys. It's BS. We know it. But Don closes his false reverie with "Forever, his love and the chocolate were tied together." The placated Hershey's man condescends to Don, "Weren't you a lucky little boy." But something is wrong with Don. Something is very wrong. Something is burbling up inside him and, after a full season, it comes bursting out. "I was an orphan. I grew up in Pennsylvania in a whorehouse." It's the same story, again linking love and chocolate, but this one involves whores getting him to steal money from the pockets of the Johns in exchange for chocolate. "It was the only sweet thing in my life," Don admits. The Hershey's men are somehow less pleased with this pitch. Was it the most honest Don has ever been in public? Is it a sign of future eruptions of candor? Who knows. In that one moment towards the end of the finale? It was perfect. Other great moments: The office tries speed. Don and Betty go to camp. "Not great, Bob!" Sally catches Don.
- Daniel Fienberg