Season 6 of "Mad Men" has been groovy. Set in 1968, the hippie counterculture is in full swing and the show has reflected it with many references to marijuana.
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It's 1968 on "Mad Men," and the show is totally embracing the emerging marijuana culture. In the Season 6 opener, Megan and Don get stoned in Hawaii, and pot smoking has become rampant at the office.