What does this unruly facial hair mean for the future of 'Mad Men'?
We have not seen the last of Elizabeth Hofstadt Draper Francis.
Ad agencies find holiday inspiration in Mad Men's promo materials.
"We should be concentrating on Firth's powerful reaction, but instead we are distracted because it is DON DRAPER ON THE PHONE."
Check out how they convinced RJD2 to give up his rights to their theme song.
It doesn't really look like Jon Hamm, but we give it an A for effort.
Plus: Bob Saget! Abigail Spencer! And more Anna Faris!
Here comes the Banana Republic tie-in.
Plus: 'Titanic' was basically just an excuse for James Cameron to get free scuba lessons.
Apparently where she comes from, people use ping-pong paddles! Who knew?
"Oh, Jesus Christ, you've got to let me get some Gatorade."
Video: interviews with creator Matthew Weiner and members of the cast.
Nussbaum: "It was a very purely satisfying experience. A rare TV thing, nowadays. It felt like an event."
It was the show's top-rated episode since July's season-three premiere.
"It made me think and argue and feel, which is exactly what great TV should do."
Finally, Matthew Weiner gives us a suitable replacement for "Believing" as TV's go-to show-closer.
We can no longer deny that we're watching one of the most bold and unpredictable shows to ever air on television.
Maybe a character will die or something. No harm in guessing!
Change is in the air.
Enjoy Vulture's video tribute to Roger's best one-liners of season three.
Matthew Weiner has never been shy about flaunting proto-literary symbols on 'Mad Men,' but this season, he went symbol-crazy.
The ad industry knows no scourge like inaccuracy.
This week, the second-to-last episode of the season sets up the finale with a bang.
"Don't wear just one big bulky sweater — that's boring and shapeless."