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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 4: The MonolithSterling Cooper & Partners prepares for a guest; Don calls an old friend; Roger confronts problems at home; Pete underestimates 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"New York Daily NewsJanuary 04, 2015
An unsettling episode for viewers. More unsettling for Don, Roger and Peggy, all of whom slammed into unpleasant truths they'd have preferred to avoid. The last scene felt like the writers saying, "We gotta give 'em SOMETHING that's a little hopeful."New York ObserverJanuary 04, 2015
"Boring" is a strong word, so let's just say last night's Mad Men was no fun. This entire season has been devoid of joy.TheWrapJanuary 04, 2015
Sunday's "Mad Men" found Don Draper back where he started: writing tag lines, this time under the supervision of his former secretary. The show's exit music nicely captured how much he's spinning in circles.indieWireJanuary 04, 2015
Unlike most of what came before on Mad Men, most of this episode wasn't made to be an enjoyable effort to decode -- it was laid out as directly, if not more so, as any episode yet to air. But did it have to feel so lifeless?Film School RejectsJanuary 04, 2015
Overall, "The Monolith" is an unbelievably strong hour of Mad Men. No huge movements of plot or dramatic twists, but something just as exciting: a sense of urgency.Paste MagazineJanuary 04, 2015
This week's episode was easily the most heavy-handed in the metaphor department, but for some reason... none of it felt trite.WiredJanuary 04, 2015
It's not the series' greatest Stanley Kubrick homage, but "The Monolith" is almost certainly titled in reference to the towering black engines of evolution that punctuate the great director's 2001: A Space Odyssey.TV EqualsJanuary 04, 2015
Throughout the episode, the shrew-ing of Peggy Olson continued. She went from being insecure and irritating to now being a total nightmare. I'm starting to question why the show is taking her down such a dark path.
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