This season of Mad Men has focused on both the personal and national discontent that permeates through 1968 and a "Tale of Two Cities" continues with this theme as everything feels fractured in the office and on the news. Using the backdrop of the Democra more
Mad Men , maybe more than any other series on television, has always allowed the audience to feel the time period in which events are occurring.
The sharp suits, the haircuts, the constant drags off of cigarettes and many more details have been part of more
All things considered, "A Tale of Two Cities" was an episode about futility, hypocrisy, and, in a roundabout way, teamwork. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/mad-men-a-tale-of-two-cities-review-a-song-of-angry-men-and-women-137026656002/
"We'll go back to Disneyland," Don tells Megan near the start of "A Tale of Two Cities." "From what I recall, something really amazing happened there."
You can't go back to Disneyland, though. The Mad Men characters are figuring that out along with eve more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "A Tale of Two Cities," the June 2 episode of AMC's "Mad Men," in which Don and Roger go to California, while Joan and Jim stir up revolutions at home. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-mad-men-a more
This week on Mad Men , the firm continues to experience growing pains thanks to the shotgun merger of SCDP and CGC. The partners all wander off in different directions trying to nail down business with various levels of success. Bob Benson is eithe more
"Mad Men" at its best transcends the tedium of office life. "A Tale of Two Cities," at least in a first viewing, was not "Mad Men" at its best.Whether or not something major comes of Jim Cutler and Ted Chaough's secretive scheming, far too much of this we more