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Smart Mad Men Recap: S3E2, “A Day's Work”

SPOILER ALERT: It’s Valentine’s Day on Mad Men.

“Just tell the truth,” Sally tells Don. And then, miraculously, he does.

A lot can happen in a day’s work, and a lot does in “A Day’s Work,” the second installment of the penultimate season of Mad Men. 973 more words

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DVR Hindsight #5 (4/20/14): Game of Thrones, Mad Men, TAR All-Stars

Even before I started watching The Sopranos on a week-to-week basis (which was quite a reeducation to undertake for someone who gobbled up its first two seasons over the course of consecutive weekends), Sunday was still the destination of my TV week. 2,511 more words


Mad Men Music Monday: "This Will Be Our Year"

“Happy Valentine’s Day, I love you.”

The first episode of Mad Men‘s seventh season ended with a punch to the gut for both Peggy and Don as one collapsed on the floor of her apartment in tears and the other sat outside on his freezing balcony in a catatonic like state. 427 more words

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Mad Men: "Time Zones" Review (Season 7 Episode 1)

Freddy Rumsen is talking to us; he’s pitching Accutron to usOne of the reasons Mad Men is one of the greatest TV shows of all time is because Matthew Weiner has a very special relationship with his audience. 1,107 more words


40 Celebrity Scientologists, Both Past and Present

It’s no secret that, in Hollywood, Scientology is a thing. A big thing that—despite its somewhat sinister and secretive reputation—has managed to recruit dozens of high-profile celebrities, some of which are devout followers, while others decided it wasn’t their cup of tea and left the church. 362 more words


11 Celebrities Who Green Their Routine

Earth Day may only happen once a year, but Hollywood’s eco-savviest stars celebrate the do-good event year-round by regularly opting for green-conscious choices over wasteful (and environmentally harmful) pursuits. 99 more words

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ft podcast episode: mad men: 7x1'time zones'

Paul and Rebecca discuss Mad Men‘s seventh season premiere, and Paul is delighted to discover he wasn’t alone in his opinion of the dastardly Ken Cosgrove! 8 more words

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