Mad Men Quotes

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“You came here because we do this better than you and part of that is letting our creatives be unproductive until they are.”
Don Draper

“Why does everybody need to talk about everything?”
Don Draper

“People want to be told what to do so badly that they'll listen to anyone.
[Written by Andre and Maria Jacquemetton]”
Don Draper from 'Mad Men'

“Change is neither good or bad; it simply is.”
Matthew Weiner written for Don Draper on 'Mad Men'

“I keep going to a lot of places and ending up somewhere I've already been”
Matthew Weiner

“Change is neither good or bad; it simply is.
[Written by Matthew Weiner]”
Don Draper from 'Mad Men'

“Our worst fears lie in anticipation.”
Don Draper

“[Peggy Olson]: Just try it.”
Matthew Weiner

Lynn Povich
“There were elements of Mad Men at Newsweek, except that unlike the natty advertising types, journalists were notorious slobs and our two- and three-martini lunches were out of the office, not in...Kevin Buckley, who was hired in 1963, described the Newsweek of the early 1960s as similar to an old movie, with the wisecracking private eye and his Girl Friday. "The 'hubba-hubba' climate was tolerated," he recalled. "I was told the editors would ask the girls to do handstands on their desk. Was there rancor? Yes. But in this climate, a laugh would follow.”
Lynn Povich

“When God closes a door, he opens a dress.”
Roger Sterling

“Peggy, just think about it. Deeply. Then forget it. And an idea will jump up in your face.”
Don Draper

“You're good. Get better. Stop asking for things.”
Don Draper

“Change is neither good or bad; it simply is.
[Written by Matthew Weiner]”
Don Draper 'Mad Men'

“I had a dream I was on the shelf in the refrigerator. Someone closes the door and the light goes off, and I know everybody's out there eating. And they open the door and you see everyone smiling and they are happy to see you but maybe they don't look right at you and maybe they don't pick you. And then the door closes again, the light goes off.”
Matthew Weiner, Mad Men Finale

Stephen Richards
“There are different categories of madmen, and different types of asylums! I know absolutely nothing about the asylums that house the madman who thinks he is a space man. Would you believe that 90% of madmen are treated in outside clinics?”
Stephen Richards, Insanity: My Mad Life

“that's no job for a white man”
Matthew Weiner, Mad Men