Christina Hendricks on Saying Good-bye to ‘Mad Men’

I’m sure I’m not the only one who misses seeing Christina Hendricks on my television on a weekly basis, but then again, Mad Men didn’t air EVERY week — especially during its spaced-out final season.

The second part of that final season finally lands on DVD and Blu-ray today, and a good companion piece to that if you plan to watch the final episodes over again is this Gold Derby chat with Hendricks in which she talks about saying goodbye to her character, Joan, and Mad Men as a whole. Hendricks speaks about what is was like to live with the character for so long and how Mad Men has affected her career. Check out the clip above!

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