This week on MAD MEN Ken reminisced about watching a saucy movie. It might have been MOM AND DAD, the most profitable film of the 1940s.
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Andy Warhol, The Velvet Underground, a Black Panther bombing... and Joan Holloway. A history of the club from this week's MAD MEN.
The sixth season premiere of MAD MEN plunges Betty into the counterculture underworld - one partially founded by Peter Coyote.
Meredith wraps up this season's TV Talk of MAD MEN.
Hulk takes a look at the season finale of MAD MEN and Season Five as a whole.
Alamo Drafthouse Beverage Director Bill Norris finishes out the MAD MEN season with Betty Draper's favorite drink: the gimlet.
"Everything you think is going to make you happy just turns to crap."
The delayed review of this weekend's incredible, bleak episode.
Stop crying for Joan Harris.
Spoilers within. How does the car company feel about the latest episode? And what's the legal aspect of it all?
We live in an age of time-shifted TV viewing. What are the rules of spoiler etiquette now?
Oof. Hulk takes on this gutpunch of an episode of the brilliant series.
Alamo Drafthouse Beverage Director Bill Norris continues his excellent series on the history of the cocktails guzzled on MAD MEN.
Hare Krishnas, embezzlement and Don and Joan on a date - sort of.
Alamo Drafthouse Beverage Director Bill Norris continues his terrific series on the history and culture of cocktails with the oft-abused daiquiri.
Meredith joins Hulk in discussing this week's latest MAD MEN episode.
Hulk revisits last night's terrific episode.
Alamo Drafthouse Beverage Director Bill Norris continues to educate on the finer cocktails of the MAD MEN era. This week, learn the history and original recipe for the Mai Tai.
Ego death! Metaphorical death! Real death! Change is coming and the secrets to it lie in the cultural contexts of this weeks' MAD MEN.
It's never too late to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a good, classic Margarita. Let Bill Norris tell you all about it.
Graham Greene, Shirley Temple and the sexualization of children: this week's episode gets its title from a very strange place.
Hulk takes a look at the generational affectations of our characters in this week's MAD MEN episode.
Welcome back to Cocktails With MAD MEN with Drafthouse Beverage Director Bill Norris. Today he gives the history, social context and recipe for a legit Martini.
Henri asks the big questions about motor lodges, sherbet and splooge in this week's episode of MAD MEN.
Forget 420. In honor of the latest lysergic episode of MAD MEN, a look back at the time before LSD was outlawed.
Welcome to a new series with Alamo Drafthouse beverage director Bill Norris! Learn the ingredients, history, social context and recipe for an Old Fashioned.
This weeks' MAD MEN was a great one, and Hulk examines the theme of masculinity and emasculation running through it.
Charred corpses and bloody bodies abound in this classic highway safety film, featured on this week's MAD MEN.
Another great episode of MAD MEN effortlessly weaves in current events with deeper character and thematic concerns.
Last night the horrible crimes of Richard Speck hung over the lives of MAD MEN's women. Here's the true story - and video of the killer confessing!
Pretty much every week on MAD MEN is Peggy's week, but this week more than ever.
Hulk takes on the latest episode of the brilliant AMC drama.
Last night Don Draper tried to get the Rolling Stones to do an ad - which is less of a long shot when you realize they did a ceral commercial in England. Also: see the real Trade Winds!
Henri tunes in to the MAD MEN TV Talk.
Matthew Weiner takes a detour from Madison Ave for a buddy road movie.
Enjoy the dulcet tones of Megan Draper on a semi-ironic 7 inch record.
Go back to the 60s with Don Draper and friends. The series returns, and it's as great as ever.
A Life Magazine from 1954 has the internet aflutter. Devin thinks he's solved it.
MAD MEN season five ads get reimagined.
Oh dear, I've given the story away in the headline.
Show creator Matthew Weiner gives the vaguest of clues to the ending of AMC’s period drama.
What if gang in The Mystery Machine met Don Draper?
MAD MEN gets enough seasons to bring it to the finish line.
While contract negotiations haven’t quite finished, AMC is greenlighting MAD MEN for a fifth season… in 2012.
Slow moving negotiations to bring MAD MEN back for a fifth year might finally be paying off.
MAD MEN Creator Matthew Weiner makes it sound dire for MAD MEN Season 5. But let’s not get too worried just yet.
The good news is that Don and the rest of Cooper Sterling Draper Pryce will be back for a fifth season of MAD MEN. The bad news is that we don’t know when.
NBC orders a pilot called PLAYBOY, set in the NYC Playboy Club in the 1960s. It’s like MAD MEN if Don Draper wore a bunny tail.
My, my, 2010 was a doozy for an entertainment junkie like myself. So much so that besides my impending Top 10 Best Films of 2010 list I had to put together this list which might as well be called the Top 10 Best Miscellaneous.
Do you swing? Do you want to lug around a huge camcorder while you do so? Are you in 1972? You’re in luck - the AKAI Video Tape Recorder is made just for you, according to this sexy, sexy ad.
What’s the alignment of your favorite MAD MEN character? And has the internet’s sexist hate of Betty Draper found its way into this alignment chart?
MAD MEN artist Dyna Moe and Mad Man Rich Sommer are signing books at LA’s Book Soup tomorrow. In the meantime, check out the awesome art of MAD MEN: THE ILLUSTRATED WORLD.
This video, purportedly made by an ad agency in the 1960s, pokes glorious fun at advertising cliches. Warning: Brief titties.
The trailer for LA NOIRE, the latest game from the people who brought us RED DEAD REDEMPTION and GRAND THEFT AUTO, gives off incredible atmosphere. But will the game live up to the trailer?
Viewers of season four of Mad Men will know that Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce senior partner/lush Roger Sterling has been working on his memoirs (rather than saving the Lucky Strike account). They’ve been the source of much comedy gold, including the revelations that Burt Cooper has no testicles and that Don’s old (and doomed) secretary Mrs. Blankenship was a sexual pervert in her youth. Now it turns out his memoirs will be hitting bookstores in the real world.
MAD MEN season 4 concluded last Sunday, leaving us another year without a visit to the offices of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. As you detox from TV’s best show, join me for some baseless speculation on what we might see in season 5.
At the beginning of season 4, SCDP’s offices were a glittering new world to explore. At the end it feels like we’ve been living there forever. Now get to know the offices even better with this detailed, fan made floor plan.
Who is Emerson Foote, and what does his life story mean for MAD MEN?