Jon Hamm says he was the first choice.
Wait, no. Holden Caulfield.
Consider yourself sincerely flattered, 'Mad Men.'
"Define 'ripping something off,'" he says.
'Mad Men,' 'Glee,' Amy Poehler, Steve Buscemi: Whose year is it?
"I grew up on the TV show, and I had Wonder Woman Underoos, and my brother had a Wonder Woman doll — sorry, Aaron, you're exposed."
His and hers.
Chris Hardwick could be the new Andy Cohen.
January Jones is "a sweetheart," he says.
"Jared: [holding out doll] Wanna see my new Buzz Lightyear? January: I’m not your mommy."
"Everyone else is so nice."
Mostly critics just want people to stop comparing them.
Sadly, there's no new footage yet.
He points with authority.
It is (of course) funny.
A vampire expert explains how Jacob and 'True Blood' have emasculated the vampire, while Don is Dracula's true heir.
An "update of classic film and television titles from the early 1960s."
The 'Drive' director wants her to play the big-screen superheroine.
"Well, I love Ed Westwick. I just love his outfits, if nothing else, so."
"January, you are an actress in a show, and everybody’s going to forget about you in a few years."
And expecting in the fall.
It's essential viewing for 'Mad Men' completists.
At least two more seasons! And maybe three!