Here are some of the best and worst moments from the 2014 run of 'Mad Men'
High: Peggy delivers the pitch of her life to Burger Chef
Why it was a high: Peggy's masterful pitch — incorporating emotions about the moon landing, the culture clash of the late '60s and the power of television to both divide people and bring them together — was remarkable on its own, and the best one anyone on the show has delivered since Don told the Kodak executives that their slide projector wasn't a space ship, but a time machine. But what made it even more special was the context — the way that Don had become selfless enough to realize that he had to let Peggy make the pitch, and the secret smile the mentor and protege shared when it became clear the Burger Chef executives loved it — and how it built on that great Don/Peggy dance in the previous episode. Together again, and more powerful than ever before.
- Alan Sepinwall