Every week, Vulture faces the big, important questions in entertainment and comes to some creative conclusions. This week, we dug into your love for Daft Punk, your confusion about Mad Men, and your affection for Arrested Development. You may have read some of these stories below, but you certainly didn’t ... More »
Oddest Endorsement: Stephen King told Parade magazine that he doesn’t watch MAD MEN because it’s too soapy. “If I want a soap opera,” he added, “I watch REVENGE. That show is crazy, but they have great clothes. Most Optimistic: Asked how many seasons AMC imagines THE WALKING DEAD will run, exec Josh Sapan said heRead More
I am so mad at Andy Cohen for not inviting me to be inside this Jessica Walter and Elisabeth Moss sandwich. “Arrested Development”? “Mad Men”? Booze? LIFE. Any challenges Elisabeth to a game of Plead The Fifth and, class act that she is, she had nothing to say about her costar’s famously well-endowed penis. I [...]
This week on Mad Men we learn that even uppers cannot put Don Draper in a better mood or make him a likable person. Also, Betty’s skinny again, but we don’t get to see how that happened. Keeping with the theme of the episode, uppers? Anyway, here we go! The first scene scared the crap out of me, as we... Show More Summary
On Thursday night's Watch What Happens Live during the show's best segment "Plead the Fifth", Mad Men's Elizabeth Moss and Arrested Development's Jessica Walter spent a few minutes sharing delightful things about themselves. In the case...Show More Summary
Two of my favorite things in the world are dudes with big huge mountain man beards and hilarious fake mustache shenanigans, so this story is so squarely inside my wheelhouse that I might have to start charging it rent. GQ interviewed Jay Ferguson (who plays Stan Rizzo on Mad Men) and asked him a ton of questions about his character’s tremendous beard.
“I have reached the point where I have absolutely no affection left for Don Draper.” So wrote my friend (and
This week Don Draper and friends enjoyed the effects of an 'energy serum.' You probably know it best as speed, the drug that won WWII and birthed the Beat Generation.
Because there haven’t been enough videos that use Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” yet, here’s one more. The latest viral sensation has Mad Men’s Ken Cosgrove soft-shoeing it to the new single, even though he probably won’t feel all that lucky or great when that magic vitamin shot wears off. He will, however, still feel like a great dancer.
Last week on Mad Men, Ken Cosgrove did a nifty jig, so right on cue, here is your "Ken Cosgrove Dancing to Daft Punk" mash-up. We have one or two issues with the song choice — wouldn't the ragtime breakdown on "Touch" have made more sense? Wouldn't anything besides the ... More »
Hosted by Tami Winfrey Harris and Andrea Plaid This week, Matt Weiner thought he’d counter the continued criticisms that he and his creative team aren’t dealing with race and racism by…fleshing out one of the worst racial fears about Black women. Tami, Renee Martin from Womanist Musings and Fangs For The Fantasy, and I give this foolishness some serious side-eye …
January Jones, who has so far resisted attempts to pry the identity of her son’s father, says she always knew she would be raising her son by herself. Speaking to The Edit magazine, the Mad Men actress said: “I knew I would be raising my son alone,” before adding, “It was something I went in to [...]Show More Summary
There wasn’t much happening drink-wise in Episode 5. That was fine. There was a lot of heavy history happening in that episode – I’ll forgive them a lack of cocktails. That brings us to episode 6, where Roger starts picking up clients in airport lounges. The orders start with Roger drinking (ewww) water with an [...]
All season on "Mad Men," Stan Rizzo (Jay R. Ferguson) has been getting attention for his facial hair. But there is another side of the...
With the end of "Mad Men" in sight, viewers aren't the only ones feeling a little nostalgic about having only one more season to look...
You can tell a holiday weekend is right around the corner because people are dicking off left and right making videos like the Daft Punk/Soul Train mashup we posted earlier. And now this: video of Ken Cosgrove dancing on Sunday’s bizarre episode of Mad Men — which by the way is starting to make a little more sense — set to Daft Punk’s “Doin’ It Right.” It’s simply outstanding.
Ken Cosgrove knows what's up.
When we talked to Mad Men's Jay R. Ferguson a few weeks ago, he told us he was still sporting Stan's now-signature mega-beard. No more, though! "I shaved it off finally," he tells GQ. "So I got the kids, my three boys, and they all took turns with the beard ... More »
I get why Pete Campbell is important to Mad Men. I do. I know that by having a greedy, immoral little turd hanging around the office, it gives the show the opportunity to do bad, bad things, and in the process let a deeply flawed character like Don Draper put on the white hat every now and then.
Taking a break from season six of "Mad Men," the ever mysterious January Jones gussied herself up for the latest issue of Net-A-Porter's online magazine, The Edit. Letting us in on her uber-private personal life, the 35-year-old actress...Show More Summary