DVD: Mad Men: Season 3, For retail (Lions Gate)

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The Brits have invaded Manhattan ad agency Stirling Cooper, Don's past is coming to light, Peggy is breaking out and Betty has found a backbone.

Despite the odd dreamlike flashbacks, this is more of the same great stuff from writer Matthew Weiner, culminating in two episodes breathtaking in both their premise (starting with the astonishment that greeted JFK's assassination) and execution. Star turn Jon Hamm was born to play Don Draper – long may it continue.