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Betty Draper Mad Woman Bonus

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January Jones as Better Draper on MAD MEN…

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We won’t go into detail about this scene or episode so not to spoil anything….

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Just to recommend watching MAD MEN if you haven’t already started years ago…

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Betty Draper is sexy, high-strung and up in the clouds, but gets sporadically grounded…

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So set your sites on this terrific show: ready, aim, and fire!

Took a long, long time and finally after being annoyed by the endless promotions on AMC while watching WALKING DEAD and BETTER CALL SAUL about the last season of the popular series MAD MEN, we at CINEMA STARLETS realized it’s better to join than beat, and having delved into a dozen episodes in two days time have falling in love with JANUARY JONES as BETTY DRAPER, the suburban housewife of DON DRAPER, played by Jon Hamm…

Don’s an Ad Man in charge of Ad Men i.e. MAD MEN in 1960… He rules the office roost but at home his seemingly perfect wife is having a few problems adjusting to, life or something…

Cutting back and forth from Don at work and Betty at home, and then to Don and Betty at home and otherwise really develops the characters well… And if anything this was a chance for CINEMA STARLETS to, just for an instant, become new and current and show some pictures of a beautiful actress from this decade… She’s something else: JANUARY JONES!

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