Don Draper bowls now.
Don's not the only one who snapped because he had an absent mother.
Elisabeth Moss always thought Peggy would be first to drop acid.
Last night's anthology-like episode featured a HoJo and a hand job.
Can we put this show on a Kubler-Ross model for grief? Of course we can!
Those Ken Cosgrove robot stories don't write themselves.
Didn't see this coming, did you, January?
The Englishman versus the Wasp. Who emerges victorious?
Plus: Judd Apatow might consider penile rejuvenation surgery, as long as it's of the even-ing out sort, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
"Peggy is hip and modern and forward-thinking, but at the same time, she doesn’t realize her own hidden prejudices."
In which our TV critic, Matt Zoller Seitz, tells you why recaps and overnight reviews are essential and good.
It appears to be a networkwide edict that children be abandoned and ignored.
You're on the hippest show around! And you're portrayed as the go-to snack for weight gain.
Also, Betty makes up for her devastatingly brief appearance with a stellar grandma outfit.
Two unshakeable images: a purse on a table and a dead woman's shoe.
If you like Breaking Bad, you'll love Chemical Reactions!
Why the prosthetic stomach and fake jowls give us new reasons to love Betty and care about her plight.