A single episode of Mad Men remains and things are, as they say, getting really real. The feeling that most of the main characters are careening towards a spiritual finality has only gotten more acute, but not necessarily because the series is ending; more so because they can finally see twilight from this vantage…
Sally Draper is almost nine years old in season three of Mad Men. During the episode "The Fog," after a bloody school fight in which Sally (Kiernan Shipka) pushed a classmate's face into a drinking fountain, parents Don and Betty are called into her class to discuss her increasingly bad behavior. The cause is…
Kiernan Shipka, aka Sally Draper, has some thoughts about the direction her character might take in the new season of Mad Men. She'd like to see the troubled kid act up.
Precocious and sexually curious 14-year-olds of the '90s will be thrilled to hear that Kiernan Shipka will be starring as prima ballerina and brotherfucker (SPOILER) Cathy Dollanganger in the Lifetime remake of V.C. Andrews' Flowers in The Attic. Perfect! Sorry, Kristy Swanson. First Buffy, now this.
In an effort to flee her increasingly disappointing parental relationships, Sally Draper decided that boarding school would be her best bet to avoid anymore emotional scarring. Much to her mother's delight, she had an opportunity to interview at Miss Porter's School, whose most famous alumna epitomizes…
Kiernan Shipka stars in Funny Or Die's latest video about psychologists for child stars — but instead of being in treatment, she's the doctor. Just one day at Kiernan's office features a look at sessions with Modern Family's Nolan Gould, Raising Hope's Baby Hope, and former child star Danielle Fishel (Boy Meets World…
After accepting their award for Best Drama Series, the cast of Mad Men answered questions in the press room. When asked if the cast were truly "great partiers," Jon Hamm decided to let Kiernan Shipka answer the question. Video inside!
We asked, and did you ever answer! We learned about the many uses of a teddy bear, the perils of faulty locks and "an excellent way to get rid of undesirable roommates." And now it's time to pick the worst.
It was cringe-inducing watching poor Sally get caught in the "unnatural" act of touching herself on last night's Mad Men...but partially because so many people can relate! A Sally Draper Moment is by no means limited to Sally Draper.
Last night's Mad Men was all about shame: Roger's racism embarrasses his coworkers, Betty's exposed a horrid mother, and Sally's budding sexuality humiliates the Draper family.
How quickly things change!
On last night's Mad Men, little Sally Draper - albeit briefly - got in touch with her inner Lord of the Flies.
Sunday's episode dealt heavily with parenting, specifically fatherhood.