I've only just started watching Mad Men and this scene (sorry, not able to embed it) from Season One between "Don Draper" and some Beatnicks is one of the best cinematic representations of a memetic/worldview clash I've ever seen on television. Without giving anything away before you've watched the clip, it strikes me that there are a couple of moments where Draper goes post-postmodern/integral in this scene.
His comment in regards to the universe, rather than a simply narcissitic post-modern view (God doesn't exist, but the Universe is on my side), seems to head towards trans-personal ground (there is a Universe -- big U -- but it isn't on anyone's side). And that last line just kills me.
Draper sails right over the heads of the cutting edge Beatniks by getting outside the roles/perspectives/identities that each of them respectively inhabit and understanding that they are, ultimately, just perspectives. Uber post-postmodern, in my humble opinion.
Check out the clip and let me know what you think.