Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner didn’t consider the power of the internet to immediately connect dots, freak out, and assume that because Megan Draper (Jessica Paré) wore the same T-shirt on the show as Sharon Tate had during a 1967 photo shoot, Megan’s character might reach a tragic end along the same lines as Tate’s. As Weiner… Continue reading ‘Mad Men’: Megan Draper will not die, YET
Bob Benson has been the definition of mystery this season on “Mad Men.” I don’t know if it was Matthew Weiner‘s intent to create a character that is such a lightning rod for conspiracy theories, but he’s done it and sadly enough, if Bob (James Wolk) doesn’t turn out to be a time-traveling Don Draper or a Manson acolyte who ends up murdering Megan… Continue reading 'Mad Men': 4 reasons Bob Benson might be gay
So what are we supposed to make of all the smiles in these advance photos from Sunday’s episode of “Mad Men”?
Is everyone at the newly named SD&P agency suddenly in a good mood? Or is this just a clever way of AMC hiding something terrible to come? Either way, we can’t help but notice Don isn’t smiling.
Here’s the official description for the episode, titled… Continue reading 'Mad Men' Season 6 episode 11 photos: 'Favors' - Everyone's smiling, except Don
“Mad Men” at its best transcends the tedium of office life. “A Tale of Two Cities,” at least in a first viewing, was not “Mad Men” at its best.
Whether or not something major comes of Jim Cutler and Ted Chaough’s secretive scheming, far too much of this week’s episode was dominated by office politics and ad men at work. Only one of the storylines… Continue reading 'Mad Men' Season 6 episode 10 recap 'Tale of Two Cities': Ranking Joan, Roger, Don, Peggy and more on the happiness index