Betty Draper writes an op-ed.
The 'Mad Men' star tells us about her holiday cooking plans.
Even though he tweeted "I have no idea if there'll be a season 5 of MM. I am operating under the assumption there won't be til I hear otherwise."
"There are three things every little boy dreams of getting to say when he grows up ... "
Plus, Martha Stewart gets her holiday turkeys drunk before she kills them with her bare hands, on our regular late-night roundup.
The scripted show with the most disproportionately conservative audience may surprise you.
"Say 'what' again. SAY. WHAT. AGAIN. I dare you."
"A friend of mine owns a Christmas-tree facility in Maine. I think I might be the official voice of that."
The precocious 'Mad Men' actress would love to explore Sally Draper's matricidal side.
"Remember, when God closes a door, he opens a dress."
The best part: If you combine Joan and Roger, you get Mrs. Blankenship!
"We would go hide in Paul Kinsey’s office, shut the door, and play silent Hearts while they were out shooting ... "
They'll star in a West End adaptation of 'The Children's Hour.'
The Just Jealous! thesis and the I'm Rubber, You’re Glue school of thought.
Moss's favorite line said by Peggy this season? "Playgrounds."
Plus: Debbie Harry, Anderson Cooper, Matthew Settle ...
What does Henry see in Betty?
Also, how to avoid face-powder mishaps.