Mad Men continued its trek through the sadlands this week. The awards for Most Pathetic go to Megan and Ginsburg. Megan kicked a pregnant woman out of her house because of unfounded jealousy, then tried to get Don’s attention by giving him a threesome. G more
The counterculture is in full swing, can ya dig? If you come away with nothing else from this hour of Mad Men , “The Runaways” at least was very clear that things are crazy, man, and the times they are a-changing (and that’s where I’ll stop, I promise). more
Change is in the air at SC&P, and Mad Men ‘s “The Monolith” was all about subversion. Don asks Lloyd, the supervising engineer from Lease Tech, about who’s in control: man or machine? At SC&P, it’s the machine, which literally boots Creative out of the more
Sunday's “Mad Men” found Don Draper back where he started writing tag lines, this time under the supervision of his former secretary. The show's exit music nicely captured how much he's spinning in circles.
The Hollies’ “On a Carousel” took us out on more
Mad Men is never as obsessed with pop-culture shout-outs as its detractors think, and I can't imagine that Erin Levy wrote "Monolith" just to keep Stanley Kubrick fans up all night looking for homages. Like all the historical references and literar more