While this episode opens with a wild joyride, I can’t help but wonder if Don Draper will ever experience the full crash promised by the show’s opening credits.
The most unexpected aspect of “The Crash” is the high-speed beginning, which marks a first f more
Matt Zoller Seitz called this week’s episode of Mad Men “a bunch of half-formed ideas,” an hour of television best described with the neologism “what-the-fuck-ness.” Many readers sassily disagreed and most added some an more
Well, it was time to get trippy on Mad Men again! After last season’s “Far Away Places”, which not only had a very unusual structure, but also had Roger Sterling on acid, this was Season 6’s turn to get very weird.
I'm assuming this episode will probably more
Hey guys, thanks to covering Upfronts last week, I didn’t even see the last Mad Men until this morning. Rather than skip the review completely, I figured I’d do a very quick one before tonight’s new episode.
It was, of course, fascinating to see how the more
Reviewers tap danced through the drug-induced chaos of “The Crash,” praising the brilliant Sally Draper, lamenting the amalgamation of virulent racial stereotypes that was “Grandma Ida,” and sending a collective clarion call for Ma more
Like a lot of Mad Men episodes, “The Crash” needs to be seen twice — not to unlock any subtleties of structure or tone, but to get over the idea that it’s really “about” much of anything.
I guess you could make more
"The Crash" was a jumbled mess of narratives bouncing off one another at a breakneck speed that seemed to reaffirm the cynicism of the late '60s, as well as the cynicism of Don Draper and how easily it spreads to everyone he interacts with. Read More... h more