By Darren Franich
Updated June 26, 2013 at 05:42 PM EDT
Credit: CBS

On Sunday, Matthew Weiner concluded the doom-obsessed penultimate season of Mad Men. On Monday, CBS debuted its new series Under the Dome, an adaptation of Stephen King’s epic novel about a lovable small town cut off from the outside world by a mysterious invisible dome. What do these two shows have in common, besides portraying a running allegory of contemporary American corrosion? They’re the subject of the latest episode of Entertainment Geekly, where we read the tea leaves on Dome‘s future and ponder the symbolic implications of Mad Men‘s past. And also argue about Man of Steel. Just kidding.

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