Mad Men: Matthew Weiner Explains Lane Pryce Death, “Commissions And Fees” Episode

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62

Mad Men Episode 512: “Commissions And Fees” has proved to be the most controversial and thought-generating of all installments in the series. It’s hallmarked by Lane Pryce’s suicide death, done in a way that sends the ultimate “FU” to Sterling, Draper.

I’ve given my view on “Commissions And Fees” and Jared Harris, who plays Lane Pryce, gave his, but it’s more interesting to hear what series creator Matthew Weiner has to say. In the video below, Matt explains that “Commissions And Fees” is really about appreciating life, but I suppose, and sadly, we have to experience the death of a loved one in context.

Stay tuned.

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