The season’s most satisfying episode yet brings Pete, Peggy, Don, and Betty to the brink of major turning points — and brings one old friend back into the fold.
"Matthew Weiner is such a brilliant writer. You know, you're not surprised with how brilliant he is, because he's done it so many times."
Scientist: "I'm not sure that salt makes sugar taste sweeter, but it fills out the flavor of foods, sweets included."
An excursion into historical metaphor!
"I wish I could be anyone on earth but me!"
AMC today gave 'Mad Men' an early renewal for a fourth season next year.
A Zildjian rep: "This cymbal would not have been available in 1963 for three reasons."
The 'Times'' ArtsBeat blog seems to think they have a bead on it.
A spirited Charleston, a forced accordion solo, a blackface serenade, and a Tigertone duet, plus one heartfelt performance of "I Am Peggy, Hear Me Roar."
Sunday night's episode featured an inexcusable anachronism.
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Last night's episode of 'Mad Men' was watched by 1.9 million people, about 900,000 fewer than last week's premiere.
In the third season, Jared S. Gilmore replaces Aaron Hart, who replaced Maxwell Huckabee as Bobby in season one.
One of our favorite episodes spirals around a nuanced debate between Don and Peggy — a multilayered meditation on the nature of feminine wiles.
Want to see screen shots from the leaked 'Mad Men' episode?
If anything has ever made us want to cancel our cable and buy all our TV shows from the Internet, it's this.
Maybe if they charged everyone, our DVR wouldn't have cut off the last two minutes of the show!
New Yorkers confess to our camera which 'Mad Men' character they want to wake up next to.
Last night's 'Mad Men' premiere was watched by 2.8 million people, the show's largest-ever audience.
Plus: Don't sit next to Rachel McAdams on a plane.
Isn't Matthew Weiner's spoiler policy a little ridiculous this year? Rich Sommer thinks so too.
"Everything’s so fitted and tight, the armholes of the suits are cut much smaller, the pant leg — it makes you have better posture, it holds you in a very erect position. Which is perfect for the character."
Matthew Weiner loves to mess with us.
Since the show is set in the sixties, don’t these companies risk seeming dated? We get schooled on the world of modern advertising.
He was one of Lorelei Gilmore's gentleman callers on 'The Gilmore Girls,' too.