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Mad Men episode 105: "5G"

Don gets a visit from his long lost half-brother, who finally reveals just who Dick Whitman is. Peggy learns more about Don’s lunchtime¬†activities than she wants to know, and reveals more than a good secretary should. 1,043 more words

Mad Men episode 104: "New Amsterdam"

In only its fourth episode, Mad Men shows that it’s not afraid to devote the bulk of the hour to a character other than Don. While this Pete-centric episode is no “Signal 30,” it’s still an excellent signpost on the way to the show finding its footing. 1,123 more words

Mad Men episode 102: "Ladies Room"

Don and Betty go out to dinner with Roger and Mona. Don deflects questions about his past both at the dinner, and later at home with Betty. 1,049 more words

REVIEW: Mad Men (Season 3, 2009)

The author of this review lives in a country where politics revolves around what apocalyptic year things began to turn for the worse – 1990, when Communism collapsed paving the way for chauvinism and cleptocracy under the banner of democratic capitalism; or 1945 when Yugoslav Communists took over under the banner of anti-fascism. 948 more words

Television Reviews

Mad Men episode 101: "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes"

I realize that Mad Men pretty much gave birth to online TV recap culture as we know it, and the last thing the world needs is another blogger reviewing the show. 1,195 more words

Review: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 3 Episode 1 "Kimmy Gets Divorced?!"

“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” finds a perfect balance between loose, easy jokes and more thoughtful, meaningful expressions. Characters like Kimmy, Titus, and Lillian are all going through difficult and often slightly disturbing situations, attempting to take control of their lives without losing themselves. 72 more words


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I haven’t been on in a while, but I’ve been updating my blog with projects that I’ve been working on. Check out my menu tab to see two of them! 85 more words