Jan Maas, author of the book Mad Women, which is about exactly what it sounds like, stopped by the Saturday edition of CBS This Morning to make the hosts feel bad for not wishing her a happy 80th birthday and to tell America how difficult it was to be an ad-woman in the 60's. After gushing about how much she loved the…
Spoiler: the Mad Men maven's must-dos include four days of cooking and unlimited Scotch.
With her Ice Princess demeanor and penchant for shaming her daughter, Betty Draper is one of Mad Men's most despised characters. But are viewers just failing to understand her complexity?
In a misguided attempt to get women to love their bodies, British Equalities Minister Lynne Featherstone has suggested we all try to look like Christina Hendricks. We'll get right on that.
What would force someone to spend $8,600 taking out ads in major newspapers proclaiming "I Am A Bad Woman?" For Hwang Myoung-eun, the full page polemic the only way to vent her frustration as a working mother.
In an interview with E!'s Jennifer Godwin, there's good news and bad news. The good news? Betty's coming back. Matt Weiner says: "I don't like spoilers, but you will find out that January's contract has been renewed." He adds:
Watching Betty and Don's final fight on Sunday night, I couldn't help but be overwhelmed with a sense of glee. Hasta La Vista, Betty!
Mr. Whitman got kicked in the head by a horse, and Mr. Draper got kicked in the head by a "whore." Don's always been ambivalent about this life. Now that he's about to lose it, he wants it all back.
Here we are at the end of the third season of Mad Men, and all hell has broken loose in the world of Sterling Cooper. What will become of the characters we know and sometimes love? Let's find out.
Excited about the season finale of Mad Men tonight? So are we! Therefore, we're putting up an open thread tonight so you can watch the 60s explode all over Don Draper and Co. with your fellow commenters. Come join us!
For genteel young career women moving to the big bad city, there's just one respectable option: women's residences, where it's apparently always 1950. And awesome.
We've all been tensed, waiting for it, since the show started: the moment when everyone's world would be blown apart. And so November 22, 1963 came to Sterling Cooper. And, as Pete Campbell put it, "the whole country was drinking."