(AMC) Happy Cinco de Mad Men! After last week's revealing (we saw how each character reacted to the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.) and depressing (we knew Don wasn't a great dad, but yeesh), but otherwise sort of plodding episode, we hope there's some more action tonight. Like, right now would be a good time for Peggy and Pete's secret lovebaby to reappear, right? Anyway, onto Episode 6! Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce is about to go public, and Bert Cooper has on his best argyle...Read Full Story
(AMC) Everyone ready for episode eight? Let's do this!Since it's called "The Crash," and it opens with Ken Cosgrove driving some drunk, unruly, gun-wielding Chevy execs around as they scream at him and cover his eyes (!!!), I'm assuming the worst. But no! Ken is fine, as it turns out. Kind of. More on him later. Onto Don Draper, wearing a fedora, smoking outside of Sylvia's apartment like a creep. At SCDP's morning meeting, Ken has bad news — Chevy didn't like the agency's proposals. Don is...Read Full Story
(AMC) Everyone has their hair teased nice and high and their old fashioneds at the ready, right? Great! Let's start this recap. Peggy is touring a giant apartment on the Upper East Side, which she is thinking about buying for $28,000. (It's now worth $310,0000.) Movin' on up. Also, this real estate agent promising Peggy her apartment will quadruple in value when the Second Avenue subway is finished —any day now! — is just too much for me to handle. Onto Bobby Draper (Is this Bobby Draper? How...Read Full Story
(AMC) Here we are, the third episode of Mad Men — did you catch last week's double header? — and finally, we have a long-ish scene with Pete Campbell and his Very Important New Sideburns. He and Trudy are hosting a party, and Pete is — as usual — flirting with every woman there. But, interestingly, Trudy is flirting with every dude there! She even goes up to Pete and is like "Lol, that guy just asked me to go skinny-dipping with him." This scene sets us up for some major Pete and Trudy drama...Read Full Story
(AMC)I hope everyone has mixed their Manhattans, because we're about to recap another episode of Mad Men. Let's do this. Remember how, last season, Don hired a secretary named Dawn, and it was very confusing for everyone at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce? "Dawn?" "Yes" "Oh, I meant Don." "Don?" "What?" "Not you. Dawn." Anyway! We never really got a peek into Dawn's personal life. Until now! Dawn is outside of the office. At a diner. She's talking to a friend about how hard it is to meet men...Read Full Story
'Mad Men' is an AMC period drama set in the advertising industry in New York in the 1960s. The show centers around the life of Don Draper, played by Jon Hamm.