Who's the sexy Air Force dude on the beach cruiser? Oh and who's that cute little blond boy? This photograph of "the America we lost" shows Doctor Ron Paul and his son, board-uncertified ophthalmologist Rand Paul. If you're wondering how these two become so nutty in the 21st Century, all the clues are in this seemingly innocent photograph. Read more...
Years, even decades later, classic beer jingles and slogans live on in our heads. Don Draper could take a lesson from some of these classic beer advertising lines.
Ernest Hemingway once said, "A man does not exist until he is drunk." Sometimes, neither do literary characters. Don Draper drinks an Old Fashioned because he’s a man. Rocky Balboa drank his protein shakes--five raw eggs--for strength. Show More Summary
Abigail Rine recaps Mad Men's Episode 8, where the office gets high on uppers, and it's revealed that Don Draper's sex addiction may link back to having been raped as a teenager.
Don Draper meets a new friend. (Courtesy AMCtv) Friends, I've seen some messed-up stuff on television in the past week: a Scandal finale with a jaw-dropper of a last line; leeches employed on Game of Thrones in surprising ways; Prince reinterpreting "Let's Go Crazy" as a Hendrix-era jam; a stunner of a Phillies comeback. All of that, I can explain. Show More Summary
Every week, Wired takes a look at the latest episode of Mad Men through the lens of the latest media campaign of the Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce advertising agency.
We all end up thinking that we're characters on TV shows. Some women end up thinking that they're Carrie Bradshaw, or, worse, Hannah Horvath. They are not. Even more ridiculously, some men in your life may think they are Don Draper. No. Show More Summary
Expectant moms thankfully no longer have their mother’s delivery room experience, with Don Draper era dads sitting in waiting lounges until a doctor reports that baby has arrived. But the pendulum may have swung too far in the otherShow More Summary
The recent agency merger on Mad Men did more than just reunite Peggy Olson and Don Draper. It also brought a couple of new copywriters into the mix at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. One of those copywriters is the bespectacled Ed Gifford. Show More Summary
The beginning of the downfall of Don Draper
Post by Jeanne Sager There's just one word to sum up tonight's episode of Mad Men. OK, not so much a word as an utterance: huh? The goings on at the as-yet-unnamed Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce/Cutler Gleason and Chaough mash-up made for some of the trippiest television yet. Show More Summary
Don Draper has gone insane, the entire Sterling Cooper Draper Last Name Last Name Another Last Name staff is on butt drugs, people are fcking in the office, grandmas are robbing small children, and Pete’s off planning his next Prickish Pete Plan — and yet all I want to think about is Little Kenny Cosgrove’s dance. Show More Summary
The probably-pregnant Beyoncé just put a bunch of gorgeous pictures from her Havana vacation on her Tumblr, in case you didn't feel like your life was horrid and un-cinematic before. This one is my very favorite. Read more...
This week on Mad Men: everyone is horrible to each other and more important historical figures die. Party! Some weeks I feel the ultimate goal of the show is to get all the viewers drinking as heavily as Don Draper. This was one of those weeks. Show More Summary
I didn’t even realize it was prom season because — much like Don Draper in Room 503 — I don’t let the high school girls I buy beer for talk about their personal lives, but just a bit ago a presumably teenage Redditor shared the above...Show More Summary
“Man With a Plan” was an episode filled with chaos, pissing contests, and one very tiny plane. Critics grimaced at the "50 Shades of Don Draper" story line, praised Nice Guy Ted Chaough, and speculated on the future of two-coffees-carrying Bob Benson. Grab a seat — if there’s a chair for you, ... More »
Another entertaining Mad Men episode brought the immediate aftermath of the precipitous merger between Don Draper's and Ted Chaough's rival agencies. This was a transitional episode, which nonetheless ended in tears, with the sudden assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy.
On Sunday evening's Mad Men, the show that everything starts and stops and ends and begins with, Don Draper got himself into another adventure. No, I'm not talking about how he turned into Dom Draper for a moment there; I'm talking about how, yet again, an elevator was used to further the plot line of his romantic life. Read more...
That Don Draper's troubled childhood has influenced his relationships with women has been well-established by now, almost a complete six seasons into "Mad Men." But whether fans will cut him any slack for his behavior, knowing how damaged he is,...
It's not just cocktails and hookups. No other television show portrays life in a start-up the way Mad Men does. If you're watching with the eyes of an entrepreneur, the true star of Mad Men isn't really Don Draper, Joan Holloway, or Peggy Olson. Show More Summary