"I'm just trying to figure out why he blew up the suburban family."
In 1967, it was only 11 percent in the northeast. And yet it's splits aplenty at SCDP.
Three key first-year episodes have remarkable parallels to season five.
Her co-star says she's off the show ... sort of.
A compilation of his best moments, from Pete-punching to pubis-mentioning.
And his Texas belt buckle!
They're more of an uptown crowd, wouldn't you say?
The guy sure has been around a lot of death over five seasons.
"[Matt Weiner] offered me some extremely expensive brandy, and that’s how you know you’re f*cked."
Remember when we asked "Why Is Mad Men's Season Five Obsessed With Death?" Well.
After ten years of being semi-homeless, she's working full-time.
What happened last week, what happened since, and what to look for tonight.
Prostitution is just part of her transition phase.
The car company trusts that viewers know they aren't really pro-prostitution.
Prostitution wasn't the only recurring theme.
Joan, Megan, and Peggy get the spotlight, to devastating effect.
What happened last week, what's happened since, and what to look for tonight.
Lois Lane! Wisteria Lane! Penny Lane!
A Christmas-themed episode gives us a gift in the form of sexual tension between Don and Joan.
"Please do not make the headline 'Jessica Paré: Tits can be funny.'”
What happened last week, what's happened since, and what we're looking for tonight.
"When I saw her auditioning, she was mysterious, confident, youthful."
"Jon Hamm: not sexy?" Informative!
They can't all be gems.
Just being the hot new girl on TV’s most obsessed-over show doesn’t automatically make you recognizable.