Mad Men

Mad Men (2007)

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Corrected entry: The daughter of Don (green eyes) and Betty (blue eyes) Draper has brown eyes, a genetic impossibility.

Correction: Not true. High school biology over-simplifies genetics to: The brown gene is dominant over the blue gene. But in reality the genetic determination of eye color is much more complicated. While it's not especially common, two blue-eyed (or green-eyed) parents CAN produce a brown-eyed child.

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When Christina Hendricks is about to leave the office, while talking to Don, she is wearing a scarf on her hair. The scarf corner is alternatively tucked in her coat collar and then outside, and inside again etc. in alternate angle shots of the scene.

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The character Ted Chaough is briefly heard ordering an "Old Spanish" at a bar during the episode. This is a very quick and subtle reference to the popular cult-comedy series "30 Rock." In "30 Rock", the "Old Spanish" is a fake drink that character Cooter Burger is jokingly convinced is real as a prank by co-workers at the White House. The drink was rather nauseatingly comprised of red wine, tonic water and olives. "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm had previously co-starred on "30 Rock" and is friendly with its creator Tina Fey, thus the reference.

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