"Don't EVER grow up to be like me."
I have settled into a habit this season, one that I suspect is not unknown to fellow viewers, but certainly is unknown to viewers of any other show—I don’t look up the title of a Mad Men episode until long after t More »
Sally Draper is perhaps the most mature person in many of her scenes in ‘Mad Men,’ even though she’s just a kid. There’s a lot going on behind those eyes, never more so than in ‘At the Codfish Ball... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Jonathan_Teigland/2012/0 More »
Our favorite disaster-in-progress Sally Draper is on the fast-track to Junkiehookertown in this episode. She's taken to chatting up her old pal Creepy Glenn on the phone while he's stashed away at some sort of poor man's boarding school where they play do More »
The men took a backseat in “At the Codfish Ball,” this week’s episode of Mad Men , and the ladies stepped forward, including Sally Draper who hasn’t taken center stage for awhile, but is growing up before our very eyes. Megan’s French father might have More »
Mad Men has used the drug counter-culture of the 1960s in previous episodes and "Far Away Places" takes this a step further by adding LSD into the mix. The trippy qualities this week don't just come from the drugs that are consumed and the same day is pla More »
Every Sunday, the Journal hosts an online roundtable of experts who offer their insights on "Mad Men." What did our panel have to say about the latest episode, titled "Far Away Places"? Check out the recap. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2012/04/22/mad-me More »