We can all agree that Mad Men has had its share of intense episodes, as it’s explored every hellish crevice of the virulently unscrupulous and morally bankrupt. But last night’s episode, with its escalating depiction of women at the cusp of feminism yet not close enough to save them, was in my mind the most…
Imagine for a moment what would happen if Mad Men's leading man, Don Draper, was struggling with something bigger than a coy grade school teacher, a Kodak pitch, or a wife on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Imagine if Don Draper was gay. And smitten with Roger Sterling.
Last night's episode of The Simpsons featured Homer being trained for his new job in ad sales at the power plant by none other than Roger Sterling himself. Okay, actually, it was a Simpsonized version of a modern day Mad Men sales guy who happened to be voiced by John Slattery. Still, for those of us who are…
"When God closes a door, he opens a dress." This, and other Roger Sterling witticisms from Mad Men, will be published in an actual Sterling's Gold book now pre-orderable. How many seasons til Peggy writes a memoir we'd actually read?
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.
The Mad Men dolls are not for kids. According to The New York Times, they're part of the "premium-price collectors' series" for adults. But there's a problem with the mini Don Draper, Betty Draper, Roger Sterling and Joan Holloway:
Things got downright confrontational on last night's episode, titled "The Hobo and the Gypsy."