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“Total annihilation”: Mad Men 2×10 – 2×13

I just have to say how obnoxious it is for me that Don is always drinking an old-fashioned. The best line of copy I’ve ever written basically is about an old-fashioned and I can never escape it so every time I’m like, shut up. 3,062 more words

Criticism

Femnista May / June 2011: Mad Men, Where The Truth Lies

BY KATIE S.

Madison Avenue is best known either for the New York Life Insurance Building or the fashionable high end shops that line its street, but in the 1950s and ‘60s it was populated with so many advertising agencies that the term “Madison Avenue” became almost synonymous with advertising itself. 2,020 more words

Femnista

A twist to the audition class

In last night’s class, I got to be the adorkable and quirky Jess from New Girl. We ran lines before class started, then went up first, since we were the only ones who weren’t doing it audition-style this class (due to my being absent a few weeks ago). 550 more words

Acting

Now you can achieve 'Mad Men' cool, own Don Draper's red convertible

Don Draper definitely wasn’t the most honorable character to ever exist but he had some serious style. And now, you too can be just as dapper as the boys of “Mad Men.” 86 more words

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Now you can achieve 'Mad Men' cool, own Don Draper's red convertible

Don Draper definitely wasn’t the most honorable character to ever exist but he had some serious style. And now, you too can be just as dapper as the boys of “Mad Men.” 86 more words

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Now You Can Own Don Draper's Convertible

For those still mourning Mad Men‘s end, take comfort in knowing that you can relive the dapper (and debaucherous) times of Sterling Cooper & Partners with your own piece of the meticulously era-accurate… 103 more words

Is a gesture of solidarity possible?

One of the main and interesting themes in Mad Men is the exploration of the position of women in society.  The episode “The Summer Man” (Season four, episode eight), I think is an excellent exposition of gender and the possibility of solidarity. 543 more words

Psychoanalysis