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Mad Men Season 3: Inside Out

Tom Matlack | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Tom Matlack

The violence of Tony Soprano and swagger of Don Draper are a cover for the quiet desperation Matthew Weiner sees in all of us. They are liars who want to be what they are not.

Mad Men Fashion Report: Pearls And Brooches, Then And Now (SPOILER ALERT)

Nour Akkad | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Nour Akkad

**Spoiler alert! Do not keep reading if you haven't yet watched your Tivo'd "Mad Men" season finale.** Sunday's season finale included a lot of bomb ...

"Mad Men" Fashion Report: The Blue, Plaid, And Fur Fads

Nour Akkad | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style
Nour Akkad

They say a new haircut can make you look, talk, and walk differently. If it's a haircut gone wrong - then you'll most likely talk lower and walk slowe...

Back When Bras Were Conical And Men Smoked In Elevators: "Mad Men" Season One On DVD

Huffington Post | Adam Rose | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment

When "The Sopranos" came to its much-anticipated conclusion last summer, HBO tried in vain to plug the breach. Its opening gambit -- "John From Cincin...

"Mad Men" Debut A Ratings Hit: Draws 2 Million Viewers For Highest Audience Ever

MediaWeek | Anthony Crupi | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

Don Draper may become a household name after all. The brooding centerpiece of AMC's critically acclaimed original series Mad Men returned to the tube...

"Mad Men" Costume Designer Janie Bryant On The Joys Of Dress-Up

The Moment/NYT | Nora Wessel | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style

Forget all the hoopla surrounding "Mad Men" and its 17 Emmy nominations. The real show-stopper of everyone's favorite series about '60s ad men in old-...

"Mad Men" Season Two Premiere Lives Up To Hype

Reuters/Hollywood Reporter | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment

When it debuted as AMC's first original weekly drama series July 19, 2007, "Mad Men" could not have started out further from the TV industry's conscio...

Mad Hopes for the Mad Men Women

Sheila Weller | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Sheila Weller

As much as I love Mad Men, I also want to correct its saccharin, overly credulous portrayal of its women.