We told you nude frocks were in.
They'll star in a West End adaptation of 'The Children's Hour.'
Moss's favorite line said by Peggy this season? "Playgrounds."
They may never consummate their close relationship, she says.
Plus: Alexis Bledel joins Geoffrey Fletcher's 'Violet and Daisy.'
Peggy was a buttoned-up, Brooklyn-born-and-bred 20-year-old Catholic secretary in season one. And now? Wow.
Trying too hard was the theme of the night.
With our favorite couple now in splitsville, who is there left to root for?
Paris "writhed on the couch," but Kim wasn't entertained.
Plus: Nightcrawler gets a dad.
"My name is Peggy Olson, and I'd like to try some lysergic acid diethylamide."
The actress discusses her thoughts on the new, improved agency, how much Peggy has changed, and which character will be the first to try LSD.
Janie Bryant, Christina Hendricks, and Elisabeth Moss chose three very different looks for the show's season-four premiere.
Plus: Kevin Kline brings the sexlessness.
But they both lost to an ogre.
Can we believe Elisabeth Moss as any other character besides Peggy?