"Ted's like Romney. He's got binders full of women": A "Mad Men" recap in tweets

The best viewer reactions from last night's midseason premiere

Published April 6, 2015 3:03PM (EDT)

Maliabeth Johnson and Jon Hamm in "Mad Men"               (AMC/Michael Yarish)
Maliabeth Johnson and Jon Hamm in "Mad Men" (AMC/Michael Yarish)

"Mad Men" returned last night for its final run of episodes, and naturally everyone took to Twitter to share their feelings in real-time, which included grief about Rachel's passing, excitement about an unexpected "My So Called Life" casting crossover, and a mixture of fear and delight and Roger Sterling's new mustache.

It's the '70s, and Sterling has a mustache now. There were mixed feelings about it:

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The wondrous Rachel Menken was back, and everyone was excited:

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Until it was revealed that she had passed away. It was heartbreaking.

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Sterling Cooper, meanwhile, literally has binders full of women.

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One of whom is Andie Macdowell's daughter:

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Workplace sexism is unfortunately still a feature of the 1970s, as Joan and Peggy discover in their meeting with the McCann execs:

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Yet Joan and Peggy have differing responses to this ugly display of sexual harassment, leading to a tense elevator confrontation:

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Don had a liason with a waitress, played by Elizabeth Reaser, who may or may not have been a ghost:

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After being unceremoniously fired, our favorite eyepatch-sporting SC&P employee Ken Cosgrove got his revenge:

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Although a lot of viewers are still hoping he writes his book:

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Meanwhile; Stan looked fly:

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Peggy was dating Brian Krakow from my "So Called Life"!!!

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And while the return of "Twin Peaks" may be uncertain, Leland Palmer (aka Ray Wise, who plays Ken's father-in-law) is still kicking it:

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By Anna Silman

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