From acid trips to smoking dope in a movie theater, the decade of the ’60s really seemed to make its presence known in Sunday’s episode of “Mad Men.”
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We’re sorry, but this content is not available to your web browser. Andy Cohen, the king of asking wildly inappropriate, tenuously related questions that everyone secretly wants to know the… More
Two ad agency colleagues faced off in a boardroom boxing match on “Mad Men” Sunday. Our recap . . .
The big ’60s topics of race relations and the Vietnam War combined with the decade’s most horrifying mass murder to create dramas that were both internal and external on “Mad Men” on Sunday.
Generation gaps, the hiring of a new brash copywriter, a reference to “Bewitched” and an overweight Betty Draper were among the topics and storylines in Week Two of “Mad Men.”
“Mad Men’s” creator Matt Weiner is notoriously anti-spoiler. The season was shrouded in such secrecy that it set up the expectation that something insane would happen, like the show jumping… More
Prepare for this weekend’s long-awaited, two-hour season premiere of “Mad Men” with our review of what the characters were up to when we last laid eyes on them 18 months ago.
In retrospect, the bombshell with which “Mad Men” concluded last season was inevitable. With a busted marriage behind him and a romance in high gear with a self-assured psychologist, Don Draper pulled a fast one in the finale, proposing to his twentysomething secretary just days after they first slept together.
“Mad Men” fans rejoice: The long wait is almost over, and new promos for the March 25 Season 5 premiere suggest Don Draper (Jon Hamm) and his New York City advertising cohorts will be up to their lusty shenanigans once again.
By John Sellers LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – “Green Lantern” star Ryan Reynolds will guest star on the animated “Family Guy” playing a character who “becomes obsessed with Peter Griffin,” according… More