Some people watch Mad Men because they find the world to be pointless, mean, and repetitive, and Matthew Weiner's art best reflects those nasty truths. Others watch it for the drama of flawed human beings negotiating the upheaval of the 1960s. Some watch for the art direction. And some watch because they've grown bored with conspiracy theories about the Kennedy assassination and need something else to occupy their time.
Yes, Mad Men attracts more wild theories than the Moon Landing. This season alone we've seen speculation about murder, wild animal attacks, serial killers, suicide, and time travel. With each successive episode, the number of viable theories dwindles. Today, on the eve of the season finale, there are only a few left in play. We turn to them now, to predict the future. Here are the Mad Men theories that will (probably) come true tomorrow.
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