Has everyone recovered from the Mad Men premiere? So many mixed emotions this week about that double-dose first episode this season — some great moments, but a dark way to open the new season. This week though, “Collaborators” settled back down into the s more
In this week's recap, Matt Zoller Seitz cheered for Mrs. Trudy Campbell and hoped for the episode's cuckolders to fall down an elevator shaft. Readers had many more thoughts. We've collected the highlights from our comments section for your continued Mad more
Apologies for missing the big premiere of Mad Men last week, but I was out of the country. Can I say, though, what a shame it is that Don is back to his usual philandering? In this week’s episode, “The Collaborators,” he continued his affair with his neig more
Mad Men led us deeper into Dante’s circles of hell this week. It was an episode filled with prostitutes, uteruses, and ketchup. Critics and reviewers debated the quality of Jon Hamm’s directing directorial debut and Don’s Psy more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Collaborators," the April 14 episode of AMC's "Mad Men," in which Don and Pete's affairs get complicated, while Stan gives Peggy a tip. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-mad-men-the-collabor more
I used to wish I was an adult in the 1960s. They seemed so romantic and somehow more mysterious than the way we do things now.
But with each season of Mad Men , I find my desire to live during that period waning. The men, simply put, are pigs.