Here’s a quick look at how “Mad Men” has added up:
1 - Number of “Simon & Garfunkel” songs: “Bleeker Street” (episode 407).
4 - Consecutive Outstanding Drama Emmy Awards received.
4 - Slaps.
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4 - Business cards Don Draper (Jon Hamm) has had.
4 - Golden Globes won.
5 - Divorces.
5 - Job titles Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) has had.
8 - Men Peggy has dated or bedded.
9 - Marriages.
9 - Secretaries Don has had.
9 - Years the show has represented, from 1960-1969.
9 - Different newspaper companies reprinted for the series.
11 - Deaths.
11 - Babies born.
14 - Punches thrown.
18 - Women who have gone to bed with Don.
18 - Joints smoked.
25 - Books that Don, Betty Francis (January Jones), Sally Draper (Kiernan Shipka), Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser), Roger Sterling (John Slattery) and Bert Cooper (Robert Morse) have read and discussed.
32 - Clients Don has pitched.
47 - Times Betty has worn a pearl necklace.
71 - Times Don has worn a hat.
76 - Times that Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks) has worn a broach.
85 - Number of cents an Old Fashioned cost in 1969.
92 - Episodes.
99 - Prime-time Emmy nominations.
369 - Alcoholic beverages poured in the office.
942 - Cigarettes smoked on screen by any character.
— Source: AMC