Joan might have known her way around a 1960s office like she knows how to rock a well-fitting sheath dress, but put her in modern times and she starts to have issues. Stick around for the end though; like a classic mid-century PSA, her struggles come with a lesson.
Fresh off wrapping the final season of Mad Men, Peggy Olson herself floated the idea of giving Joan and Peggy their own show because she digs Christina Hendricks and thinks it would be interesting to see Joan and Peggy head into the 1970's. Yes, please.
It's been so long in the making (17 months to be precise), that it's hard to believe that it's finally happening. But the Season Five premiere of Mad Men is really here. So many of our burning questions are about to be answered: Is Don married? How's business at SCDP? What does Joan's baby look like? (Fingers crossed…
Identical twin sisters Patricia and Joan Miller were born together, were deeply connected their whole lives, and it appears they even died together at the age of 73. Police found them dead in their home, and what they've been able to find out so far paints a sad but fascinating picture of a shared life.
Between budget cuts, broken homes, retro-future interior design, AA, and Swedish dating habits on last night's episode, it's clear that "old fashioned" is for the birds and "mod" is the cooler way to be.
You could not doubt the commitment to sparkle motion of anyone at the Los Angeles premiere of New Moon. We could barely see the vampires, werewolves, Joan Jett and many stars for all the blinding sequins of the assembled company...
On last night's Comedy Central's Roast of Joan Rivers, an assortment of (mostly) not-that-famous celebrities paid homage to the groundbreaking comedienne Joan Rivers by cracking jokes about her supposedly old, decrepit, used-up, nauseating, ugly vagina... and face.
This psychopath asks Obit's resident sage Judy. We whip out our pink Ouija board and ask a bunch of dead people!
On last night's Mad Men we got to see Don Draper's daughter Sally go through an experience that most daughters have probably gone through: being brought to work. When Don is called into the office on Palm Sunday, he has to bring Sally in with him while his wife Betty deals with another emergency. Joan has to take on…