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Episode 1: Time ZonesEpisode 2: A Day's WorkEpisode 3: Field TripEpisode 4: The MonolithEpisode 5: The RunawaysEpisode 6: The StrategyEpisode 7: WaterlooEpisode 8: SeveranceEpisode 9: New BusinessEpisode 10: The ForecastEpisode 11: Time & LifeEpisode 12: Lost HorizonEpisode 13: The Milk and Honey RouteEpisode 14: Person to Person
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Mad Men - Season 7, Episode 7: WaterlooDon receives a troubling letter; Pete butts heads with Cutler; Roger gets an unexpected phone call; and a risky venture entails a new future for Peggy.Genre: DramaCountry: United StatesDuration: 44 minQuality: HDRelease: 2015IMDb: 8.6Keywords:
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Creators of "Mad Men - Season 7"Matthew WeinerBirthdate: 29 June 1965, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Critic Reviews of "Mad Men - Season 7"indieWireJanuary 04, 2015
Matthew Weiner -- who directed and co-wrote last night's mid-season finale with Carly Wray -- gave us plenty to chew on in an immensely satisfying and oddly optimistic stopping point with the men in a panic and the women in calm control.Boston GlobeJanuary 04, 2015
Just because Don is trying to be a better man, and taken "one small step," doesn't mean the rest of his world has caught up with him. Repercussions of his past continue to dog him. Will he continue to try, or slip and slide backward?NPRJanuary 04, 2015
A death, a song and dance number and a sale; must be a season-ending episode of Mad Men... Love how Don's marriage ended in a hushed sigh as they both just gave up; meanwhile Peggy and Sally become even closer copies of Don. How can we wait until 2015?New York Daily NewsJanuary 04, 2015
Bert's been around, he's had a good life and he got a great sendoff. Megan, to be honest, we knew back at Howard Johnson's that was never going to work. But losing Julio, well, that's going to take some adjusting.Entertainment WeeklyJanuary 05, 2015
On its surface, "Waterloo" is a feel-good episode -- Bert's passing notwithstanding... But it's called "Waterloo," and Bert's warning could reverberate during the second half of the season, which won't arrive until 2015.HitFixJanuary 04, 2015
The achievement of "Waterloo" is in some ways more impressive, because the show has given us this exact episode two times previously and yet managed to do one that was more exciting and emotionally satisfying than the ones before.ScreenRantJanuary 04, 2015
Mad Men has delivered an episode that, largely due to the weight of its closing moments, could easily have served as an incredibly satisfying end to the series itself.Baltimore SunJanuary 04, 2015
Say what you will about the episode's ending -- bizarre and out of place, or comical and uplifting -- but if there's one thing Mad Men never fails to deliver, it's a shocking season finale.
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