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"Mad Men" March Madness Mashup Video Satisfies Don Draper Fix

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterMarch 15, 2013

March Madness brackets are about to get passed out through offices across the country, and that includes those of the fictional variety as well. 

Official Comedy (h/t Mashable)—the same people who produced the hilarious Kim Jong Un and Dennis Rodman NBA Jam video—deliver yet another perfect video with a heavy sports tilt. 

As if the stress of keeping your respective March Madness bracket didn't drive you to the bottle before, we now have the characters from Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce ad agency to start the tournament. 

Be warned that there is some NSFW language peppered in the later portions of the video

It all starts with one person having the bright idea of starting a pool. From there, the entire office is abuzz with the hope of picking Cinderellas and enormous upsets. 

Only this time, we get to see how this might play out with the likes of Don Draper, Peggy Olson and a little too much Pete Campbell. 

If we have any complaints, it would be that we really needed far more Joan Harris with this particular March Madness video, which is a solid suggestion with anything. 

I am just amazed that there were so many scenes added and only one shot of someone smoking made the cut. 

Next week, printers around the country will begin printing out brackets that will soon get balled up and thrown in the trash the second the tournament starts. 

No office is immune, not even our favorite 1960s ad agency. 

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