Well I did? I found them really distracting and detrimental to my enjoyment of the show. You are right in that it doesn’t market itself as a “high brow” show per se, but that doesn’t mean I can’t find these stupid instances quite irritating. As I said before, it’s not just that, there’s also terrible dialogue and acting too, it feels like it’s lost its focus since the quite small and ambitious show of season 1 now it’s been given a big budget and attention.
There are plenty good things about it (most of it revolving around Dustin) and I didn’t hate watching it but there’s a lot of stupid shit from keeping it being particularly good either. Didn’t find it anywhere near as tense or atmospheric or interesting as the first season.
Mad Men is well written, warts and all