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Mad Men Finale Recap: Happily Ever After?

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Samantha Zalaznick

I knew we could never be so cocky to think we'd actually figured out Matthew Weiner's next move, but every time (every time!) he manages to shock us, and thank God for that.

Mad Men: Breach One "Chinese Wall' and You Just Want to Breach Another One an Hour Later

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
William Bradley

In the antepenultimate episode of Mad Men's very eventful Season 4, the pile-driving plot machinations of the previous episode have ground events into their trajectories.

Mad Men Season 4, Ep 11: Life and Death -- It's All Just Business

Janet Turley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Janet Turley

The episode Chinese Wall showcases how business always seems to win in the battle between personal and professional lives.

Mad Men Season 4, Ep 10: "Get Rid of It"

Janet Turley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Janet Turley

Even when Don's life appears to be settling into place, it's his own aversion to responsibility that threatens to turn it upside down.

Mad Men Recap: Help!

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Samantha Zalaznick

This week's Mad Men episode "Hand and Knees" got crazy. All of a sudden, the little dormant problems that have been brushed aside spring up to throw the characters down.

PHOTOS: Living The Mad Men Life In Los Angeles

Kika Davis | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles

Text courtesy of Citysearch. By Kika Davis There are certain things that go hand in hand: Chocolate and peanut butter, tea and cream, Lady Gaga ...

Mad Men Recap: R.I.P. Miss Blankenship

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Samantha Zalaznick

Last night's Mad Men episode, "The Beautiful Girls," centers around Faye, Sally, Miss Blankenship, Peggy and Joan -- all in different stages of life, dealing with their own roles as women as well as their roles with the men that rely on them.

Mad Men Recap: Power of the Poontang

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Samantha Zalaznick

The quality of Don's voiceover gives the episode a different dear-diary kind of feel. Instead of watching him experience subtle and intense emotion, he's actually telling us what he's thinking, taking control of the narrative.

Mad Men Fashion Report: The New York Fashion Week Edition (PHOTOS)

Nour Akkad | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Nour Akkad

With New York Fashion Week underway, I couldn't help but see Betty in Ports 1961, Peggy in Jason Wu, Joan in Prabal Gurung, and Don in Simon Spurr. We cannot deny the profound effect Mad Men has had on the latest trends.

Mad Men Recap: Happy Birthday, Peggy!

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Samantha Zalaznick

Wow! This week's episode of Mad Men was truly superb, the best this season--perhaps the best of any season. On the night of the historic Liston-Ali fight, Don and Peggy hang back in the office and do some sparring of their own.

Mad Men Recap: Award Night

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Samantha Zalaznick

On TV's big night, Matthew Weiner staged his own award show for the Mad Men characters. Even though Jon didn't take home the Emmy, luckily Don Draper got to win an award of his own.

Mad Men Review: "The Rejected" Is a Routine Episode, But Betty Draper Has Joined The X-Men!

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
William Bradley

This was the most routine of the episodes so far this season. But afterwards, I learned where Betty Draper has gotten herself to. She's joined The X-Men!

Mad Men Recap: You Are Not a Good Person

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Samantha Zalaznick

Though less exciting, this episode served a necessary purpose, putting Allison's breakdown, Pete's pregnancy, and Peggy in the foreground.

Mad Men Recap: Shall We Begin 1965?

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Samantha Zalaznick

When we begin episode three, the married couples are away on vacation and we're left with those still in the office on New Year's. This episode is really about Don, Lane and Joan.

Mad Men Recap: From Convalescent Home to Roman Orgy

Samantha Zalaznick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Samantha Zalaznick

Last night's episode of Mad Men moves us forward to Christmas, white-haired Roger Sterling is Santa Claus, and people are getting drunk and having sex.

Let's Bring Back: The MAD MEN Edition (PHOTOS, POLL)

Lesley M. M. Blume | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Lesley M. M. Blume

The Mad Men world makes a fetish of ornamentation and deifies mysterious artifice; our culture prizes an apathetic informality and rewards the tackiest forms of extroversion.

The Motto of Mad Men

David Sirota | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
David Sirota

"I Want My Country Back". A motto that would be called treasonous if uttered by throngs of blacks, Latinos or Native Americans has been deftly sculpted by conservatives into an accepted clarion call for white power.

Mad Men: "The Color Blue" -- HuffPost Review

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
William Bradley

Last night's "The Color Blue" was a cracking good episode that, after last week's rushed and rather arbitrary plot developments, returned Mad Men to its strongest ground.

Mad Men: "Wee Small Hours" -- HuffPost Review

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
William Bradley

Listening to Martin Luther King on the murder of four girls in a Birmingham church, Betty opines that maybe this civil rights thing is premature. But Betty should know that a dream deferred can dry up like a raisin in sun.

Guide To Mad Men's New York City

guestofaguest.com | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York

One of the best parts of watching Mad Men (besides the expertly crafted plot and character development) is the perfectly recreated world of 1960s New ...

Mad Men: "Seven Twenty Three" -- HuffPost Review

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
William Bradley

What "Seven Twenty Three" is is Don Draper's Waterloo. Or I should say, Dick Whitman's Waterloo. That's the day in 1963 on which Don Draper/Dick Whitman gets lassoed.

Mad Men's Emmy Triumph Comes As "Guy Walks Into An Advertising Agency" -- HuffPost Review

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
William Bradley

Last night's repeat win at the Emmy Awards further enshrined Mad Men as television's best series on a night when it aired a consequential new episode.

Mad Men: "The Fog" -- HuffPost Review

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
William Bradley

Five major plot developments in this episode -- named for the culmination of Betty Draper's pregnancy -- drive the action forward as we enter the middle of the season.

For The Perfect End-Of-Summer Cocktail, Keep It Simple: In Praise Of The Gin & Tonic

Tony Sachs | Posted 03.23.2012 | Home
Tony Sachs

I was intrigued when an invitation came down the pike to attend a talk/demo about the humble gin & tonic, sponsored by Tanqueray and featuring globe-trotting brand ambassador Angus Winchester.

Mad Men: "My Old Kentucky Home" -- HuffPost Review

William Bradley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
William Bradley

Season 3's third episode, named for a stunning Roger Sterling musical interlude, is as much about tone as advancement of the plot. And a surprisingly musical tone at that.