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For many of us, ambiguity is an uncomfortable thing. We tend to frame what we experience within a comprehendible paradigm. Our brains are wired to make sense of the world, and even half formed credos function better for many than floating around within a rudderless boat. 426 more words

Rise And Converge

Did Mad Men use the same foreshadowing clue as How I Met Your Mother once did?

You won’t see Mad Men and How I Met Your Mother compared that often — although Neil Patrick Harris could probably fit seamlessly on both — but they may have dropped a similar foreshadowing technique in their final couple of seasons. 256 more words

Fundamental Explainers

Movie Time: Remembering Sunday

Length: 96 mins

Dirextor: Jeff Bleckner

Starring: Alexis Bledel, Zachary Levi, Merritt Weaver

I was a huge fan of Alexis Bledel in the Gilmore Girls and Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants movies,  so when I saw Remembering Sunday popped up on my Netflix recommended, I decided to watch. 527 more words


A Blog for Metro.co.uk

In a very exciting addition to my outlets for online writing, I have been invited to join the Metro.co.uk’s crew of bloggers.  And, natch, I wrote… 41 more words

Mad Men: Flowers on Valentine's Day

Have you ever sent a eligible bachelorette flowers on Valentine’s Day unexpectedly? How did she react? Did she ever approach you about it? Or maybe she blamed you for tying her brain in a knot and, maybe, you didn’t send the flowers in the first place. 948 more words


Top 5 Recap: 4/14-4/20

By: Aaron Plourde

Last week, I wrote about the difficulty of choosing between Mad Men and Game of Thrones for the top spot. Mad Men’s strong episode made that an easier choice this week, but the arrival of Orphan Black and Fargo last week illustrated the other difficulty of ranking this season’s best shows: there are way more than five worthy shows currently on the air. 431 more words


Kit Williamson Discusses "EastSiders" and the Final Season of "Mad Men"

This was an AMAZING interview, and I’m so excited to publish it. Originally posted here.

Kit Williamson is nothing short of a triple threat. He’s been a writer, a director, and an actor – sometimes all at once. 1,777 more words