The 'Mad Men' Season 4 Scorecard

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>Just a few days to go, and Season 4 of Mad Men will be coming to a close. And what a year it's been...

For me this season has been the strongest to date. Gone were the teething problems of the past—the sometimes sluggish pacing, excessive talkiness, and drifting silences—replaced by a show that's gone from strength to strength each and every week. There honestly hasn't been a bad Mad Men episode all season long, and the show's scripting, acting and direction are simply in a different league from most cable, and especially network, shows.

What sort of a year has it been for the staff and partners of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce?

Here's a look back at the rising (and falling) fortunes of the Mad Men guys and girls...

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Richard Drew is a New York-based TV producer, writer, and blogger and owner of TV production company, Savannah Media. He is the creator and writer of the TV blog Remote Patrolled. More

Richard Drew is a New York-based TV producer, writer, and blogger and owner of TV production company, Savannah Media. Richard has worked for numerous networks including Fox, E, Lifetime, A&E, Vh1, TLC, History, and NBC, as well as reality series such as Big Brother and Survivor. In 2008 Richard created and executive produced the music competition series Redemption Song for Fuse. He has been a speaker at the Realscreen TV Festival and The New York TV Festival and is featured in the book How To Get A Job In TV. A well known figure on the TV scene, Richard is also the creator and writer of the TV blog Remote Patrolled—providing an insider's perspective on the TV world.

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