As Mad Men draws to an end, McCann is making the most out of it, the agency, which is probably the only real ad agency with constant presence on the show, is playing along, episode by episode.
McCann was portrayed as a vicious competitor of the Sterling Cooper agency, it was bad mouthed, criticised and described as a place full of retards and sexists, but seems like the show is going to have a very interesting ending, it seems like Don Draper and his colleagues will end up working for McCann after all.
With 3 episodes left, the show we all loved and tried to mimic is almost over, I personally haven’t seen the first 4 episodes of the final season, but seems like Roger works out a merger deal with McCann and for some reason, SC&P didn’t pay the rent, so McCann is planning moving the entire agency to their offices, but the million dollar question is: Will they be able to pull off an escape plan like they did before?
Anyway, McCann decided to have some fun with Mad Men, so they’ve been tweeting commentary about what goes on in the show, for example when Joan faces sexism during a meeting at McCann’s offices, they tweeted:
This meeting is so awkward. Our apologies on a purely theoretical basis. #MadMen
— McCann (@McCann_WW) April 6, 2015
And when the dark destiny loomed in, they welcomed Don and his buddies to the death star:
— McCann (@McCann_WW) April 27, 2015
But then, they went all the way by creating business cards and ID cards for Don, Roger, Joan, Pete and Peggy, not only that, they created this sign at their reception and welcomed the new Mad Team inside the agency! McCann really nailed it, brilliant job!