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Why Mad Men is a show like no other

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eltresdedos (2 months ago)
advertising works, i saw it proved in the back of a church newsletter
Fluctuation (3 months ago)
my girlfriend recommended this show to me and I absolutely can NOT get over how amazing it is..
bevilssxo (4 months ago)
Artistically, the show was great. The acting was great. But personally I did not like the story. It made no sense a lot of time and left a lot of details for the audience to interpret. I watch the whole thing on Netflix but if I had watched it live I probably would never have finished it. I wouldn't reccomend it or rewatch it. 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️
sbasireddy19 (2 months ago)
that's the part of the genius: the fact that so much was shown so subtly and left for the audience to interpret. i can definitely relate to the fact that it can get annoying to keep working to understand what is going on, and a lot of times that happened to me. it's not everyone's style for sure, but i did appreciate that it was unlike a lot of modern shows i watch though.
workoutfanatic787 (5 months ago)
This show is the spiritual successor to the Sopranos - both character-driven shows. They hold up really really well, as a opposed to a plot-driven show (e.g. Breaking Bad)
Ann Lamb (6 months ago)
Mad Men ruined me! There is very little on TV that I’ve found as insanely intelligent and interesting as MM. Curse you Matt Weiner and thank you.
Mr Vondopolous (6 months ago)
Best written TV show of all time. Period. No questions. It isint about plot so much as its about subtext. No greasy itallians or shineboxes to be seen
rockwjz (6 months ago)
It's a history show, a social commentary show, and a show about empowerment from both sides of the gender roles. I love it. It has a TON of life lessons in it as well in how to handle life and business and social situations.
David Lee (6 months ago)
best quote to put in time capsule: "Well, I'm president of the Howdy Doody circus army!"
Sacha Edwards (6 months ago)
I know this video is only three minutes but if I had to three minutes to tell you why Mad Men is an incredible show I wouldn't have said what this guy said. It's about so much more and he doesn't do it justice.
Luke Dougherty (7 months ago)
The top 15 dramas that I’ve seen are: 1. The Wire 2. The Sopranos/Breaking Bad 4. Game of Thrones 5. Mad Men 6. Deadwood 7. Six Feet Under 8. Boardwalk Empire 9. The Shield 10. Oz 11. True Detective 12. Better Call Saul 13. The West Wing 14. The Leftovers 15. House of Cards
Raj Singh Arora (7 months ago)
20 years down the Line....this is the Only TV show from our time....that will stand the Test of Time & still be Watched.
Donald Draper (7 months ago)
A piece of fine Art, mad men is one of the best TV shows in history of humanity and aliens in the entire universe
Andy S (7 months ago)
Spectacular show. I was hooked!
Operaton Creation (7 months ago)
mad men made me clean my apartment and hold the door open for longer then socially acceptable.
Mr. Be. (8 months ago)
Megan singing shobedobedoo
The Adventures of Tven (8 months ago)
Mad Men is the greatest show known to man kind
NPC #777 (8 months ago)
Anyone else drank some bourbon during the tv-show?
maram Senan (6 months ago)
omg me lmao
Roland Ravina (9 months ago)
best show ever
jahnessa wishardt (9 months ago)
The best episode for me was when Pete got his ass kicked real nice.
Aliraza Rajani (9 months ago)
The 1st season was aight
╬K■Konti: (4 months ago)
Your mama's tight.
Eddie N (9 months ago)
I freaking love this show. Man, the level of detail attention these bunch of Creative people led by Matt Weiner was giving into was beyong amazing.
Tentacular (9 months ago)
Bravo. I really do need to watch it again.
D K (9 months ago)
So when Trump says Make America Great Again he means back to the times of Mad Men.
Jeff Pagan (9 months ago)
I hated it, it crawled along and it felt like I was waiting for something to happen, and it didn't.
Jordan Shilkoff (9 months ago)
Makes me want to rebinge it immediately.
abman136 (10 months ago)
Daleksavar M. (11 months ago)
Okay but why Aaron Staton looks animated af to me?
Mitchell (11 months ago)
Madmen really is better than everything else.
Eliane Keller (1 year ago)
Still prefer Downton Abbey.
Oliver Hernandez (1 year ago)
one of my favorite series.
Stu Pot (1 year ago)
Madmen, to me, is a show about High energy and Low energy, Alpha and Beta, The top and the Bottom and how some people got it and some don't.
Grown-ass Child (6 months ago)
Stu Pot you really should rewatch it if that is what your takeaway from it
Sladjan1986 - (1 year ago)
Oh man, I wish this show never ended. After finishing the last episode I fell into self isolation, almost wanted to cry because of these shitty times we live in. Not to be compared with the life style back in the days.
Moppitukka 3 (4 months ago)
not sure if yall realize but time tends to golden memories. It is a drama show. The time and space around is dramatic. Not sure which part of the show you liked especially but it is only natural that you want to live in a world which was CREATED so you would. Dons lifestyle? That would be even more glamorous. Peggys early stages of her career? Near impossible in that time since people were a lot more caucious about having women as authorities, especially a secretary. Glamorization of alcohol and cigarettes? Well... The authorities and the society as a whole were a lot more unhonest, biased, shallow and far more easily bribeable. Also as a young man you would constantly live in ”fear” of being drafted. No hate, just giving my own rational point of view at this point, and im interested to hear which part did you like especially.
Kerem Øzkan (7 months ago)
SM86 - the things I would give to live in those years...
Ariel Wink (7 months ago)
no offence, but as a woman i'm actually quite relieved i wasn't in my 20s/30s back then!
Salim Bahattab (9 months ago)
SM86 - just finished the series half an hour ago. I know how you felt cause I'm feeling it right now.
fangirlfortheages (1 year ago)
Is this before house of cards? Cuz this is how I think about house of cards
Tommy Nightmare (1 year ago)
I find myself wanting an Old Fashioned.
Raju Manuel (1 year ago)
One of the well written show on TV.
Steven Frederick (1 year ago)
THIS HAS A LOT OF THE SHOWS BEST PITCHES IN ONE PLACE! https://www.buzzfeed.com/aubreylivingston/mad-men-the-genius-of-advertising-35szh?utm_term=.fbEN8GlWX#.ip1zLGqgl
affalaffaa (1 year ago)
Still have an overwhelming urge to buy some silver rimmed whisky glasses. I may act on that.
Lautaro Ortiz (1 year ago)
I watched like 6 episodes and got bored
Jake Jones (1 year ago)
I always felt that I didn't like Peggy as much as the writers/ producers wanted me too. It almost felt forced. Really my only complaint.
Abdullah Nasser (1 year ago)
am thinking of seen the whole Show again... Does anyone feel that way ?
Padraig (1 year ago)
that scene with Bert singing The Best Things in Life are Free killed me
Daniel Gisborne (11 months ago)
patizo rolan (1 year ago)
its mind changing
Raj Singh Arora (1 year ago)
This show will stand the test of time more than any other show out there in the recent past be it breaking bad or GOT or whatever is the next BIG thing!
Luke Dougherty (7 months ago)
Raj Singh Arora Objectively, Mad Men and Game of Thrones around both like top 4-5 of all time. Breaking Bad is top 2-3. The Wire being at #1 in my opinion
eizhowa (11 months ago)
GOT will age due to all the digital effects, and once the hype dies down the lack of acting talent from some of the actors will become more noticable.
Michael Anderson (1 year ago)
Each actor made the show it would have been less of a hit without anyone left out
TheEightSixEight (1 year ago)
Wow. great audio quality vox.
Wyatt Rowe (1 year ago)
TheEightSixEight I'm sure It was a phone call.
Watermelon Cheese (1 year ago)
Says won't use pretentious terms. Then says "poignant".
It's mindsets like this that stop you from learning something.
nonnanevrotica (9 months ago)
if you use it correctly and in the right context, why would it be pretentious?
Daniel Gisborne (11 months ago)
xandercorp is kinda right but I thought the exact same thing lol.
xandercorp (1 year ago)
You find "poignant" a pretentious term? What's the "working man's" word for it, then?
Steven Harrison (1 year ago)
I thought it was a snooze fest
Another cliche' (1 year ago)
smoking and liquor that's it
Samir Patnaik (6 months ago)
spot on
saurabh (1 year ago)
couldn't agree more.. this is the best show ever..
Rauoool 80s (1 year ago)
What's the music that starts at 1:02?
I watched the entire show in less then a month it was amazing I wanna re watch it
eizhowa (1 year ago)
The You Only Live Twice scene is so stunning. I haven't been able to convince any of my friends to watch the show and it makes me sad because I feel like they are massively missing out!
Cayman (1 year ago)
I didn't know vox does advertisements
André (1 year ago)
is that the FBI guy from The Town?
Roland Ravina (11 months ago)
yeah Jon Hamm
Dar Ramlogan (1 year ago)
0:44 You Only Live Twice is also a James Bond movie in 1967 with the same song by Nancy Sinatra that is also its theme song.
leomessiful (1 year ago)
"Artistically it's the idea that you don't have to say everything. It can remain subtext." Exactly that is the reason what Mad Men made so special for me. The show leaves so much space for adding the pieces together to the audience itself, in order to create your own story and thoughts around it just the way you want it to be. And this is also why Don Draper appears to be one of the most complex tv show characters because you never really know what he thinks and feels exactly.
Alec Dalton (7 months ago)
leomessiful this. Just finished the show today and it’s amazing what a simple look or gaze can tell you about what a character is thinking. You could always tell Don was about to pursue a woman just based on the one second the camera stays on his face right before the scene changes. Little details all along the way
Melanie Harmon (1 year ago)
Mitchell G The Sopranos will definitely help you see where Weiner's training comes in. The writing is superb but Tony Soprano is actually more complex than Don Draper. Many similar family dynamics and moral dillemas. it's worth a bing watch for sure!
Mitchell G (1 year ago)
That's an interesting way to think about it. We are all living vicariously through Don Draper. I believe you made another good point about character. Letting us fill in what Don is thinking is almost similar in a way that you think about reading a book. Yet it's a very unique in its own sense since it's the only show like it on TV. I very much want to watch sopranos. Have you seen it? I know its partially written and produced by Matthew Weiner so, I'm assuming it has a similar vibe to Mad Med
KrayzieBone=The GOAT (1 year ago)
I love Mad Men, but a show like no other? It's a show very much like The Sopranos (obviously the creator wrote for The Sopranos, so it's not a surprise) The first 2 or 3 seasons felt like a huge shout out to the Sopranos. There were scenes that were blatantly copied from the Sopranos. For godsakes their is a scene where Dom tells a guy to take his hat off. That is one of the most famous Tony scenes. Or the episode that starts with Tony passed out in the kitchen. Then they do a rewind effect back a few scenes to show what happened to him. There is episode that starts with Dom passed out in the same position. Then they go back to days earlier and proceed with the episode to show what happens that leads him to the being passed out and beat up looking. The writing style that made Mad Men so good was very much like Sopranos. Some of the most emotional scenes revolving around Dom were just like Tonys scenes. I recently watched the scene on YT where Tony is in a coma and in his dream sits down on a bed in a hotel and looks out the window. A person wrote "This is very Mad Men-ish" Well that episode came out before Mad Men was made, so what does that tell you?
Mamãe, sou cult (7 months ago)
KrayzieBoneThe GOAT sorry,but I feel Mad Men was better executed when it comes to cinematography, costume design,photography, etc. And I think we could relate more to Mad Men's characters because they are not as exotic as mafia, even though some plot points feel the same. I believe Don's and Tony's internal problems stem from differrent things
Eddy H (1 year ago)
A boring usual TV show like no other.
Henry Hill (1 year ago)
You’re retarded
Arnold ArnoldR (1 year ago)
Shut up and play a scene!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
StarMonkies (1 year ago)
I really wish I could remember where I left off with this show. I really want to finish it but I don't want to go back to the start
David Keegan (1 year ago)
its a womans show dressed in mens clothing
James George (1 year ago)
Were the 60's really that damn colorful?
sbasireddy19 (2 months ago)
they really were. in terms of fashion and style, the 60s were very colorful and freeform, a step from the beautiful but normalized 50s.
The Majestic Manatee (1 year ago)
Bored out of my mind watching this video. Who cares.
reallyrealdonaldtrump (1 year ago)
I care Chili94, I care.
Ramon Suarez (1 year ago)
Great show even if AMC dragged it out in the end. I still say the Sopranos and the Wire were at least a notch above.
Charlotte Blanche (1 year ago)
A world we want to go to? Because sexism was so yummy?
Nusret Ekrem Akdemir (4 months ago)
Jonathan Corcoran (11 months ago)
Ah yes, a time before internet liberals. What a time to be alive
Kian YT (1 year ago)
Charlotte Blanche I personally feel extremely nostalgic of this Era. Never has the world changed so much in such a small amount of time which created an incredible feeling of always being on the brink of something great. To judge it the way you do is failing to grasp what truly defines that decade.
kiwikakashi (1 year ago)
Yeah I didn't really get his point when the show makes it abundantly clear how awful the 60's were and how those same attitudes continue today. I'm honestly confused as to what this video is trying to achieve.
Victoria Phelps (1 year ago)
There's a lot I love about this show and Game of Thrones. I'll pass living in their universes, though
Kenneth Uyabeme (2 years ago)
2:19 Not everybody.
Heisenberg (2 years ago)
I miss this show so much
Moriah Green (1 year ago)
DeliriousGnome same here is better the second time somehow!
DeliriousGnome (1 year ago)
Heisenberg re-watch it! Just started watching from season 1 again and it just gets better
Λ R G O N Λ U T (2 years ago)
When I started madmen I just can't stop watching don draper...
Victor Espinoza (2 years ago)
I miss MM. There's no replacement for it
peter455sd (2 years ago)
Best show ever
I E (2 years ago)
Grrrrrr what did you guys use to mike this video, an NT5? or was it Ipod earbuds?
Sophia And cat (2 years ago)
can u talk about berber history
Mike Blaid (2 years ago)
Awesome. The closer to the Sahara right . I do hope vox reads this post and does a berber history episode
Sophia And cat (2 years ago)
Mike Blaid yeah, mostly in the south they call them self amazigh
Mike Blaid (2 years ago)
Are you a berber? Isnt that term offensive
Sophia And cat (2 years ago)
Mike Blaid no
Mike Blaid (2 years ago)
+sohia a yeah but isnt that a european term?
Suheti Lee (2 years ago)
It is really an educational show in some sense.
eizhowa (11 months ago)
100% agreed. Art educates us about how humans work, and Mad Men is art.
Ivelina Raykova (11 months ago)
rsacode (2 years ago)
it got really boring after his blond wife got fat - it felt like the show was struggling - but when people talk about some of the snippets of what happened after that season - i wish i had carried on watching it. the first season was mind blowing though.
PsychosGamers (2 years ago)
yeeeaahh.....still i watched an episode....and i fell asleep.....so like others said..who cares
Severnn (5 months ago)
The fun is in what is not being said. Not everyone can catch that, so go watch something noisy boy.
eizhowa (11 months ago)
Well you know, subtext requires a brain. One that is not half asleep.
mos ab (2 years ago)
Cole Amundson (2 years ago)
Cool thing about "The Suitcase" is that it's probably the best episode in the series, one of the most important in terms of illuminating its two main characters, and is actually at the exact middle point of the series.
Jason Lefler (8 months ago)
That episode is very well done. A classic. However, my vote goes to Signal 30 in Season Five for the episode that goes in the time capsule.
Nicholas Varela (1 year ago)
Cole Amundson i
Sam Steinig (1 year ago)
Absolutely my favorite episode of the series. I've watched it maybe a half-dozen times. The moment Don yells "That's what the money's for!" just rips me apart, every single time.
Mingou Fan (1 year ago)
Personally my favorite is the Season 3 finale - "Shut the Door, Have a Seat" But "The Suitcase" is a masterpiece
moviemagic (1 year ago)
the ending was so beautifully written.
Bread for Kropotkin (3 years ago)
never seen the show. but thanks for the spoilers
Daniel Gisborne (11 months ago)
lmao why would you watch this
xandercorp (1 year ago)
Lol this video didn't spoil anything about the show. That was the entire point of the video, that Mad Men is great because of what happens to you when you watch it, not because "I want to know what happens" which has its place but is also the lowest form of dramatic experience. You could read a synopsis of the whole show and every episode and the show would still be great to watch.
Steven Ratmansky (1 year ago)
Btw thanks for calling me beautiful
reallyrealdonaldtrump (1 year ago)
HA! Pathetic.
Pruzzles4Life (1 year ago)
Trump - he imagines me in bed? Poor guy probably doesn't get much actions he has to fantasize about faceless YouTubers hahahaha.
Jorge R. (3 years ago)
Mad Men has more to do with the English-American journey in North America.  It is out of touch with various European non-English Americans, indigenous, African-Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans in USA.  The show is propaganda and wants to impose its values on today's youth who are suffering from unemployment and alienation. By the way, Hulk Hogan is a racist and everybody over 50 in USA is a racist.
Publius Velocitor (4 months ago)
"...everybody over 50 in USA is a racist." Like Hillary Clinton and Obama? Thanks for the tip!
Tropical Magic (1 year ago)
I've only seen as a hisory documentary about life in the US in the 1950s to 1970s with great story, script, actors and costumes, nothing more.
Ramon Suarez (1 year ago)
Why do you continue to mischaracterize my point? I am not the one claiming that Mad Men explores "all-encompassing" themes - you are. So I don't quite understand why think I am saying adding a janitor's storyline will make the show "universal." However, when you say that the show's limited white professional focus are consequential to a fictional drama centered upon a "Madison Avenue advertising agency" I pointed out how that's only true if you accept that only the building's professional workers are the only people's lives worth exploring. For the truth is that Madison Avenue buildings also have janitors, repairmen, doormen, etc. whose lives are also worth exploring. And if you're going to tell me that Don Draper's life is worth exploring, you can't tell me that the life of the man who cleans his office isn't also worth exploring either. Both existed in the 1960s did they not? Both experienced this profound countercultural change too. I am simply pointing out that the show gives little to no concern to the latter experience and there's something missing from the show for it.
ruzzell907 (3 years ago)
Mad Men fashion got me drooling and makes me envy people from the past that they had more effort with their clothes than people right now
ronoccc (2 months ago)
Absolutely. People today are such SLOBS. Back then, people had standards and dressed as such. Especially the men.
Melanie Harmon (1 year ago)
KasaiLifeTV There is a movie about that exact idea called "Paris At Midnight."
Melanie Harmon (1 year ago)
More effort at dressing well, yes, but in completely uncomfortable and stiff fabrics only the rich could afford! Most Americans of that era could only afford to make most of their clothes and only had a few outfits.
Bella Vita (1 year ago)
That would make it easier to stand out nowadays. Great opportunity!
KasaiLifeTV (1 year ago)
ruzzell907 I'm sure old people of the area felt the same......reminiscing about the 1920s or something
David Zavala (3 years ago)
Christina Hendricks,.
Tom Walker (6 months ago)
Operaton Creation (7 months ago)
broke you emotionally.. hence the lashing out
Melanie Harmon (1 year ago)
...has huge....teeth.
Shood (3 years ago)
now make one about MLP:FiM
MallarRallam (3 years ago)
+Shmixil Lixil Kill yourself.
Massimo D (3 years ago)
That was a good fucking review damn
Thomas Zizzo (3 years ago)
Best show ever. And it's not the show that overstayed its welcome. It's just that AMC dragged it out too much. A year between every season and 2 years before the 5th, and 2 years for season 7 to finish. People's patience got shorter, because it's a slow-burn drama. If you watch it without so much expectation and anticipation and just binge, you'll realize it's consistently great throughout. One of the all time greats. (I personally consider it THE Great American Drama, not that it matters).
John Smith (3 months ago)
MrFrancisco1987 I never understood people‘s infatuation with the Sopranos. I agree that James Gandolfini and the cast as a whole is brilliant and it revolutionised TV but it has since been surpassed by other shows in almost every regard and it has it’s fair share of flaws. Especially that they tend to repeat storylines and themes after season 3 and has quite a bit of filler episodes. Technically it also looks very dated now in parts. I personally enjoyed Mad Men a lot more throughout and Breaking Bad as well and find both more rewatchable.
MrFrancisco1987 (3 months ago)
If you think Sopranos was a crime show, it just shows you have not actually understood it. Regarding Mad Men, i just recently finished it, and while i agree that it is a gem in its own right, it can not hold a candle to the writing and especially the acting of Sopranos, and Wire for that matter.
Mamãe, sou cult (7 months ago)
Luake XBL i've seen breaking bad and it hás some inconsistent streaks. Mad Men Was more consistent, more philosophical and had more subtext. The other shows you cited were more like well written crime shows.
Luke Dougherty (7 months ago)
Mobley Hernandez it’s not better than The Wire, Breaking Bad, and The Sopranos
I put mad men at my 4th favorite American drama. Behind the sopranos, the wire and breaking bad
mike (3 years ago)
the old season were good. They should have ended a long time ago.
Nam Hoang Nguyen (2 years ago)
I feel like it went bad after they left the old agency.
Jonathan Davies (3 years ago)
I don't know why, but I feel like this channel is turning into BuzzFeed.
Lautaro Ortiz (1 year ago)
Jonathan Davies no
Lester Lee (1 year ago)
Wait till you watch the Vox of 2017. Oh boy.
Satrio Prahasto (3 years ago)
+Jonathan Davies A more educated Buzzfeed
Vishaan P (3 years ago)
I love this show but this was a terrible video filled with pretentious hyperbole and blue balled appreciation.
Tim McQuaid (3 years ago)
Still not nearly as good as Breaking Bad.
evillink1 (3 years ago)
+Flutter Guye Blasphemy!
Thomas Zizzo (3 years ago)
+evillink1 oh no I feel the same way, I definitely enjoyed its ending, and they were great elements/scenes within the episode. It just didn't linger in my mind the way the rest of the series had for so long. I am one of those people who thinks the "Sopranos" ending was brilliant.
evillink1 (3 years ago)
+Mobley Hernandez I am guilty of enjoying the finale of Breaking Bad a little too much, but I see what you mean.  The show kind of suffered of becoming almost too popular for its own good, so the writers compromised with a bit of fan service so as to not piss people off. To be fair, at least all the characters acted consistently throughout the show.
Thomas Zizzo (3 years ago)
+evillink1 ha, agreed, even though I believe the audience is more at fault for that than the show itself. A lot of people who loved Breaking Bad viewed it wrongheadedly as some kind of action/adventure series with a total badass at its center, when in reality, it was a tragedy (which is part of why I didn't love the finale--it was exciting on the surface but wasn't all that memorable... it felt too neat for a show that always raised as many questions as it answered, too predictable for a show that'd always been so unpredictable, and it also felt like too much of what the fans desired, for a show that always gave its fans what they needed rather than what they wanted). Mad Men is still as unpredictable, densely written, artfully directed, and well acted as ever. Here's to hoping it nails its finale (its premiere was promising).
evillink1 (3 years ago)
+Mobley Hernandez I love Breaking Bad too, but it's bad when a show gets points taken off for not having people dissolved in acid or blown up.  Then again, someone's foot did get mauled by a lawnmowner in Mad Men once, that was pretty shocking. lol
Qwerty Bastard (3 years ago)
Meh, it was good. Made it's point a LONG while ago. Over stayed it's welcome.
Catseman (3 years ago)
There's nothing I hate more than rich white men, so I could never get into the show. I kept hoping for Jon Hamm to get gutted by some poor person on the streets but I know it never happens.
Publius Velocitor (4 months ago)
Watch the show. The protagonist starts off dirty poor. You should love it, unless you're one of those types who wants the poor to stay poor, under the thumb of virtue-signalling corrupt politicians who keep them dependent on handouts instead of letting them develop their potential.
TiltedPancake (1 year ago)
I have truly found the most unintelligent and laughable comment I've ever seen.
Ken M (2 years ago)
+Martin Browne because Goblin Honey had an unfair prejudice against a human being, saying they should be attacked in the street simply for being more successful than Goblin.
• Martin • (3 years ago)
+cellphonekid2 wow where did that come from? What the hell is your problem?
elevengiant (3 years ago)
I THOUGHT  it was a 3rd party analysis
N0.MercY- (3 years ago)
America has a culture???? Impossible
tariq reid (1 year ago)
This culture pulled us through 2 world wars and to the moon if you can show me a culture that did better I would be surprised
DrLeperchaun (1 year ago)
It's 2 years late but the reason I think people most people believe American people have no culture is... There is no American culture. However, don't mistake that for saying we don't have a culture at all, it just varies and in most cases, dramatically on the regional level. When it comes tot he US there's Northeastern culture, Midwestern, West Coast, Southern/Gulf Coast culture, East coast. There's so many things different about the different parts of North America. I can tell you 100 things different about the South where i'm from in contrast to anywhere else in the US. So, it's not that America doesn't have a culture, there's just no Universal American culture.
degree7 (1 year ago)
Braxx Yep
Braxx (1 year ago)
degree7 u live in America?
degree7 (1 year ago)
American culture is just corporatized rhubbish now, most Americans have no taste.
Marco Ramos (3 years ago)
If the final episode doesn't include a space vortex of some kind, it's a fail.
Matthew McDanel (3 years ago)
Agreed. A good car chase certainly wouldn't hurt too. 
Matthew Song (3 years ago)
And explosions! Don't forget the explosions!
Matthew McDanel (3 years ago)
and an alien invasion, and....robots! yeah...this show needs some robots.
MythicalSoccerBeast (3 years ago)
Justin Goodhart (3 years ago)
reallyrealdonaldtrump (1 year ago)
Nah Creston was.
J ay LL (3 years ago)
Thank you for this
Creston Brown (3 years ago)

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