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Television's "Mad Men" swigged their last drinks and made a final, brilliant ad pitch Sunday in a series finale that saw many characters find happiness in unexpected places.After eight years and multiple Emmy awards, the '60s-era New York ad show pulled down the shutters on a turbulent decade with an ending that was one of the best kept secrets in television drama.While the TV series that examined '60s sexism, racism and alcoholism was notable for its dark tone, Sunday's 75-minute finale turned unusually optimistic.Despite years of fan speculation, Draper did not end up dead."Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner has said he did not have a specific ending mapped out when he first came up with the concept of the series.Some imagined Don and Peggy striking up a blissful romance.
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