It's not surprising that the stylized 1960s world of Mad Men, saturated with cigarettes, booze, and other politically incorrect behavior, has been appropriated, remixed, and parodied in countless videos by fans and pros alike. Here we present some of the viral hits that sustained viewers during the show's seemingly endless hiatus. Simple supercuts (montages of clips that share a common theme or line of dialogue) expose the show's tropes and total decadence, while political remixes explore alternate narratives of gender and sexuality. Comedy shows, from Saturday Night Live to Sesame Street, get in on the fun too.
Whirled, a creative studio specializing in viral videos, created a simple but brilliant supercut featuring, they say, every cigarette smoked in the show.
Another super simple, but highly entertaining supercut is just a collection of clips in which Don Draper says "what?" The creator of the video has gone on to create a host of supercuts on YouTube under the fitting username dondrapersayswhat.
Roger Sterling stars in this supercut of his best one liners by Jonah Green for New York Magazine.
Meanwhile, MNC.TV brings us a supercut of the characters' sexiest (and often sexist) lines.