Can Don Draper change? Mad Men's main man has proved to be an excellent liar and masterful juggler of mistresses, but finally, in the season-six finale, he exhibits a strange new quality: honesty. When it all hits the fan in the season finale — the booze, the cheating, the fatherly failures — Don starts by revealing his awful childhood to his colleagues (which may not have been the right time, but, you know, baby steps). Then, in the final moments, he presents his origins to his children, showing them who he really is. Is this the dawn of a new Don?