This week's Mad Men puts the spotlight on Megan, who has a career breakthrough at work, though she's less successful with her visiting parents. Peggy's domestic situation is also highlighted when she takes her relationship with Abe to the next level, and Roger is bouncing back from his separation from Jane quite nicely - though it would have been nice if he could have kept his pants on.
We're in that sweet spot now with Mad Men, where the season's exposition has been set up by the first two episodes, so that this week's episode, "My Old Kentucky Home," got to dig into more meatier situations for the characters. To ... Read Post
On this week's Mad Men, Don (and his voice over) take a backseat to the ladies of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Faye comments that not having kids was her decision; Peggy's concerned that her new male copy editors could easily unsea... Read Post