'Glee' or 'Modern Family'? Ben or Locke? 'Mad Men' or 'Mad Men'?
You know, without the hitting.
Our editors highlight their favorite comments from the past week's recaps.
But Don Draper's fictional residence was — and is — on a fantastic block.
“A man is shamed by being openly ridiculed and rejected — it requires an audience."
The ad agency gives us some zippy comebacks to the allegations that it's full of "retards."
"It'd be pretty funny to see Lane stoned out of his head on LSD."
My name is Peggy Olson and I’d like to — oh, hell, I’ll try anything!
Pete's couch! Lane's lamp! Roger's bar!
Videos were meant to create buzz for Emmys.
An online auction is offering up a walk-on role.
"Lizzy Moss said, 'I'm having a hard time taking you serious.'"
Hendricks, then 24, starred as Rhiannon, a high-school senior with a fondness for rappers.
"My name is Peggy Olson, and I'd like to try some lysergic acid diethylamide."
"Hand jobs!" sniggers Beavis. "Yee-Haw!" screams Butt-Head.
The actress discusses last week's episode.
"A gorgeous client is just an added bonus, a fun toy, more fun to torture."
A lightly spoilery clip from next Sunday's episode.
The new drama premiered to an audience of 2 million viewers.
Who knew that advertising journalists were so sensitive?
A truckload of coal, jammed down your stocking by the world’s most resentful Santa.
An interesting perspective on the character's last name.
"I would, like, that, the bath, I mean, your, the way you made ... ?"
"I know what you want." "Then do it."
They didn't ask "cute-ass questions."