Mad Men: Season 2
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IMDB   8.7
611 mins USA / English
DVD  Region 1
Jon Hamm Don Draper
Elisabeth Moss Peggy Olson
Vincent Kartheiser Pete Campbell
January Jones Betty Draper
Christina Hendricks Joan Holloway
Maggie Siff Rachel Menken
Remy Auberjonois Dr. Emerson
Darren Pettie Lee Garner
Rosemarie DeWitt Midge Daniels
John Cullum Lee Garner
Jared Harris Lane Price
Jay R. Ferguson Stan Rizzo
Jessica Paré Megan Calvet
Christopher Stanley Henry Francis
Kiernan Shipka Sally Draper
Alison Brie Trudy Campbell
John Slattery Roger Sterling
Bryan Batt Salvatore Romano
Alan Taylor
Tim Hunter
Producer André Jacquemetton
Matthew Weiner
Writer Matthew Weiner
Musician David Carbonara

Set in 1960 New York, MAD MEN reveals the lives of the ruthlessly competitive men and women of Madison Avenue’s “Golden Age”, where key players make the art of the sell while their private lives get sold. And no one plays the game better than Don Draper (Golden Globe®-winner Jon Hamm), the biggest ad man – and ladies man in the business.
 60 mins    7/27/2008  1.  For Those Who Think Young
It’s Valentine’s Day, and the Sterling Cooper advertising agency is hustling to stay on top of its game and buzzing over the newest office equipment. Don and Duck find themselves at odds over an account. Betty reconnects with an old friend and once again finds herself struggling with car trouble.
Director:  Tim Hunter  Writer:  Matthew Weiner 
Guest starring:  Mark MosesJoel MurrayBryan BattGabriel Mann, Anne Dudek
 60 mins    8/3/2008  2.  Flight 1
Paul hosts a party at his apartment and introduces someone special to his Sterling Cooper colleagues. Peggy visits her family for dinner. Despite a conflict of interest, the Sterling Cooper agency aggressively pursues an airline account and Duck attempts to appeal to the client using an unorthodox approach.
Director:  Andrew Bernstein  Writer:  Matthew Weiner  / Lisa Albert 
Guest starring:  Bryan BattMark MosesJoel Murray, Anne Dudek, Kristoffer Polaha
 60 mins    8/10/2008  3.  The Benefactor
Trouble arises on the set of a commercial; Harry tries to gather support for a controversial sponsorship; Betty and Don try to appease a client with a friendly dinner.
Director:  Lesli Linka Glatter  Writer:  Rick Cleveland  / Matthew Weiner 
Guest starring:  Mark MosesJoel Murray, Melinda McGraw,  Gabriel Mann, Crista Flanagan
 60 mins    8/17/2008  4.  Three Sundays
Peggy's family hosts a lunch for their church's new priest; Don and Betty enjoy a weekend together; Freddy and Ken take a client out to lunch; the staff works to prepare for a last minute pitch meeting.
Director:  Tim Hunter  Writer:  Maria Jacquemetton  / André Jacquemetton 
Guest starring:  Bryan BattMark MosesColin Hanks, Melinda McGraw, Talia Balsam
 60 mins    8/24/2008  5.  The New Girl
Don has to deal with issues between a TV comedian and his wife; Joan finds Don the perfect secretary.
Director:  Jennifer Getzinger  Writer:  Robin Veith 
Guest starring:  Bryan BattJoel MurrayMaggie Siff, Melinda McGraw, Patrick Fischler
 60 mins    8/31/2008  6.  Maidenform
Don and Duck try to make peace; Peggy tries to get into the executive's after-hours meetings; Duck deals with a family visit.
Director:  Phil Abraham  Writer:  Matthew Weiner 
Guest starring:  Bryan BattMark MosesJoel Murray, Melinda McGraw,  Gabriel MannAlison Brie
 60 mins    9/7/2008  7.  The Gold Violin
Don buys a new car; Pete, Harry and Ken strategize to attract new business; Don's secretary makes a grave error; Cooper has a new piece of art in his office.
Director:  Andrew Bernstein  Writer:  Jane Anderson  / André Jacquemetton  / Marie Jacquemetton  / Andre Jacquemetton 
Guest starring:  Bryan BattMark Moses, Melinda McGraw, Patrick Fischler,  Peyton List
 60 mins    9/14/2008  8.  A Night To Remember
Peggy contributes on a church project; Duck and Don try to create market appeal for a foreign beer brand; Harry recruits assistance to help with the workload in his department.
Director:  Lesli Linka Glatter  Writer:  Matthew Weiner  / Robin Veith 
Guest starring:  Bryan BattMark MosesColin Hanks, Talia Balsam, Sam Page, Audrey Wasilewski
 60 mins    9/28/2008  9.  Six Month Leave
Freddy Rumsen disappoints his team during a pitch. Pete finds an opportunity at the office to exploit while Don proves his loyalty to an old friend. Betty finds a welcome distraction in Sara Beth.
Director:  Michael Uppendahl  Writer:  Maria Jacquemetton  / André Jacquemetton  / Matthew Weiner 
Guest starring:  Bryan BattMark MosesJoel Murray, Talia Balsam,  Gabriel Mann, Patrick Fischler
 60 mins    10/5/2008  10.  The Inheritance
Betty visits her father; Paul's girlfriend tries to convince him to prioritize his duties; Pete's mother disapproves of his and Trudy's idea.
Director:  Andrew Bernstein  Writer:  Marti Noxon  / Matthew Weiner  / Lisa Albert 
Guest starring:  Bryan Batt, Darby Stanchfield, Eric Ladin, Rich Hutchman
 60 mins    10/12/2008  11.  The Jet Set
Don makes some new friends on his trip to Los Angeles; Peggy looks for romance; Duck ponders the future of Sterling Cooper.
Director:  Phil Abraham  Writer:  Matthew Weiner 
Guest starring:  Bryan BattMark MosesLaura Ramsey, Philippe Brenninkmeyer, Justine Eyre
 60 mins    10/19/2008  12.  The Mountain King
Don meets up with an old friend; Pete's personal life presents problems; Joan brings her boyfriend to the office.
Director:  Alan Taylor  Writer:  Matthew Weiner  / Robin Veith 
Guest starring:  Bryan Batt, Melinda Page Hamilton, Sam Page, Missy Yager
 60 mins    10/26/2008  13.  Meditations In An Emergency
The office scrambles without Don; Betty learns some disconcerting news.
Director:  Matthew Weiner  Writer:  Matthew Weiner  / Kater Gordon 
Guest starring:  Bryan BattMark MosesColin Hanks, Anne Dudek, Ryan McPartlin
Edition Details
Series Mad Men
Release Date 7/14/2009
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio Widescreen (1.78:1)
Subtitles English; Spanish
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital 5.1 [English]
Layers Single Side, Single Layer
No. of Disks/Tapes 4