Well, we knew it was coming.
There has been such an overwhelming sense of doom hanging over this season with death symbols popping up at every turn: mass murders, sniper shootings, empty elevator shafts, dream-murders and Don doodling a noose. A noos more
Finally, somebody dies. Matthew Weiner and Co. have done everything but run a scrolling text bar across the screen this season saying, "Someone's a goner, who will it be?" Images of death (or the threat of it) were scattered throughout nearly every episod more
With ‘Fees and Commissions,’ ‘Mad Men’ did what it does best: Telling a melancholy – no, tragic – story quite matter-of-factly. It was shocking even though we all probably saw a lot of it coming. I... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Jonathan_Teigland/2012/0 more
Lane Pryce's suicide on Sunday's (June 3) episode of "Mad Men" was, says actor Jared Harris, his character's final F.U. to Don Draper and Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce -- a company where he believed he'd never got his due in terms of stature and financial more
This is one of those episodes of Mad Men that when it ends it leaves you with a soul crushing feeling and after last week's indecent proposal it seemed like it would be a hard one to top in this department; as I sit here staring at my notes and this compu more
There were two central dramas on Sunday's Mad Men , a luxurious shame bath titled "Commissions and Fees." One juxtaposed the downfall of Lane Pryce, ad agency partner and secret embezzler, with little Sally Draper's panic attack over having her first peri more
This week on Mad Men , SCDP lose one of their own, Sally gets a few visitors, and Don pitches a big account. The theme of the penultimate episode of season five was happiness: the never-ending quest to attain it and what happens when it disappears from si more