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When it started three seasons ago, Mad Men was a show not good enough for HBO. Now the rest of television struggles to keep up with it. Creator Matthew Weiner (The Sopranos, Becker) discusses keeping the show ahead of the curves.

Weiner talks about writing for television, studying film, the character of Don Draper and hegemony of white men, the price of assimilating into American culture, the subconscious, physical beauty and the intimacy of human life, and being the repository of other people's pain.

Mad Men (Season Two)

Matthew Weiner

Guests:
Matthew Weiner, Emmy Award-winning writer, director and producer

Guest Interview Matthew Weiner

Guests:
Matthew Weiner, Emmy Award-winning writer, director and producer

CREDITS

Host:
Elvis Mitchell

Producers:
Gemma Dempsey

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