This week, Pete really took it in the kisser. He got out-manned by Draper, punched by Pryce, screwed by a stranger and rejected by a girl dumb enough to drink vanilla extract. Pete started and ended the show in driver's ed class with kids half his age. It more
“I have everything,” Pete Campbell says to himself in ‘Signal 30.’ And by the finale, the petals have certainly fallen off the rose.
It's About Time Someone Socked Pete in the Face It was nice to see Pete get taken down a few notches this episode, even if it had to get physical. Sure, Pete's always been a sort of obnoxious character, but since he made junior partner, he's been acting l more
"I have nothing, Don," says Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) at the end of Sunday's (April 15) "Mad Men" episode, "Signal 30." Though that's not precisely true. Pete has a wife and a young baby, in whom he's utterly disinterested. He's got a new stereo more
It can be slightly unsettling to see Don Draper (Jon Hamm) happy and content in his new marriage, but for those Mad Men viewers who like their advertising men lecherous and unhappy have no fear,... http://feeds.eonline.com/~r/eonline/kristin/~3/Dgl9bF2Y8V more
Two stills from Sunday's (April 15) upcoming episode of "Mad Men" are out and, not surprisingly, don't give away much about an episode that AMC describes thusly: "Lane strikes up an interesting friendship, while Pete entertains guests."In the first pictur more
This week's "Mad Men" was full of mad. Lots and lots of madness. Our protagonist, the usually suave and dashing Don Draper, is sick and disgusting. Even his new wife Megan is grossed out, refusing to stand near him in the elevator -- until, of course, he' more
The first four seasons of Mad Men have done a good job of mixing both the changing worlds for men and women, but this season has focused almost exclusively on women and their problems. No, not womyn problems just yet, but the small, personal problems that more