10 Facts About “Mad Men” To Celebrate The Show’s 10th Anniversary

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On this day a decade ago, the first episode of “Mad Men” aired on AMC, ushering in a new era of cool based on a bygone era that revolved around chain smoking, day drinking, and timeless style. While Don Draper might not be the world’s best role model, he instantly became a cultural icon.

To celebrate the show’s 10th anniversary, we put together a list of 10 facts that you probably didn’t know about “Mad Men.” Grab a martini, light up a Lucky Strike (don’t actually do either of those things— unless you really want to), and get ready to get educated.

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We hope this made you feel a little bit classier.

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