Amidst a season that has felt underwhelming to this point, " For Immediate Release " made it clear that Mad Men is still one of the best series for developing character and interesting story telling. Read More... http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/05 more
The aftermath of "For Immediate Release" will undoubtedly change the face of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce for good... starting with what is certain to be a name change and a sudden client shakeup that leaves Jaguar and Vicks Chemical out and Chevrolet in. more
Watching “For Immediate Release” is like riding a rickety old wooden roller coaster that thrills you with its seemingly unsafe twists and turns and leaves you feeling sore for a couple of days. That’s a compliment, by the way.
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Matt Zoller Seitz traded his usual recap for a conversation about this week's episode of Mad Men , in which he and his critic friend discussed Matthew Weiner's approach to Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. As usual, readers had much to say. Here's w more
The critics were pretty frustrated with white people this week. The recaps compared "The Flood" to everything from a Woody Allen film (thanks to Ginsberg's date) to a painfully awkward race-relations drama (thanks to Joan's hug). A number of reviewer more
The assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr took center stage in “The Flood,” this week’s episode of Mad Men, eliciting some surprising reactions in the characters we thought we knew so well. Was anyone else a little shocked to see Pete Campbell take the more
During Ginsberg's forced blind date on Sunday's Mad Men , he asks his companion, "Do you like kids?" Oh, Ginsberg, you weird, undateable, virginal, soup-ordering mess. She's a teacher — well, student teacher, she says — and yes, she more