The show's final episodes begin airing in April – and we're not ready to say goodbye.


Does it really have to end?

The second trailer for Mad Men‘s final episodes was released Sunday night during the Oscars, and after seven seasons and countless hangovers with Don Draper and Co., we’re still not quite ready to say goodbye.

As Don narrates a heartfelt pitch about nostalgia (from the Kodak commercial pitch during season one), we see flashbacks of some of the greatest moments throughout the show’s history.

There’s Don (Jon Hamm), hungover on the floor of Sterling-Cooper, being awoken by his timid new assistant, Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss, rocking the short bangs!).

There’s Roger (John Slattery) and Joan (Christina Hendricks) in both happy and sad times during their complicated intimate relationship.

There’s Betty (January Jones), being kind and motherly to a young Sally (Kiernan Shipka).

There’s Don kissing Betty.

There’s Don kissing Megan (Jessica Paré).

There’s Don kissing Rachel Menken (Maggie Siff), one of his mistresses from season one.

And we also see glimpses of those two fabulous musical numbers – Bert Cooper’s (Robert Morse) farewell dance and Megan singing “Zou Bisou Bisou” to Don on his birthday.

“It’s the end of an era,” an AMC voiceover notes as the trailer ends.

It certainly is, AMC. We’ll be watching when the show’s final seven episodes begin airing April 5.