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Watch Bert's Bizarre Final Dance on Mad Men

Mad Men's final episode of the year aired this week, and it was both awesome and puzzling. SPOILER ALERT — Bertram Cooper, one of the agency's founders, passes away, leaving Don's future with the agency in question. The last scene features the many secretaries and the now-deceased Bert serenading Don with a version of "The Best Things in Life Are Free." I have to admit, it's pretty great. Even Don tears up as Bert shuts his office door for the final time. Now, time to speculate about what this means for the last half of season seven. Does the song title mean Don will be refocusing his life outside of the office, especially considering he and Megan pretty much broke up, or is that too obvious?

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TresAnnie TresAnnie 1 year

I think the "best things" in life for Don are "the work" and maybe his kids. His little speech to Ted made me think he'll be focusing on great creative next half, and that's also one of the reasons he's willing to go to McCann — so he'll be free of the computer and able to do the work only people can do. Also, I thought the song could be a little foreshadowing of what might come of Joan, since she seems so focused on the money. Could it change her for the worse? I loved the scene too, especially since the actor is known for his broadway musical past. :)

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