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Two Tivos To Paradise 05.24.13: Arrested Development, Game of Thrones, Mad Men , More Posted by Al Norton on 05.24.2013 News and thoughts on the return of Arrested Development , the future of Game of Thrones , the DWTS finale, and more! Hello friends.
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As those of you who read my column know, I am an awards show junkie, especially in regard to TV.
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With the end of "Mad Men" in sight, viewers aren't the only ones feeling a little nostalgic about having only one more season to look forward to.
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The first thing on January Jones' mind is food. As she settles into a dimly lit corner of a fashionable Manhattan hotel, she orders a latte, quiche and smoothie in quick succession.
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'The Crash' though was packed with so many dramatic character insights, such wild humour and heavy symbolism it bordered not so much on the over-ambitious as the absurd.
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We usually don't cover the themes of Mad Men episodes here, but we thought a certain point was made during the last episode that was too good to forget.
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Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen the Season 6, Episode 7 of AMC's " Mad Men ," titled "The Crash." We interrupt this public-service announcement about the dangers of amphetamines to bring you breaking news about next season of "Mad Men": A key episode will feature Harry Crane on peyote, in the Nevada desert, shouting "I get it!" All ... (more)
The writers' speed binge brought on flashbacks, blackouts and the presence of a genuine hippy.
We begin the episode with a frantic Ken Cosgrove trying to keep control of a speeding car full of drunk Chevy executives as they bray and wave guns around, which is harder to do than it sounds, especially when said drunk Chevy executives think it's hilarious to cover the driver's eyes.
The 54th annual CLIO Awards ceremony, held last week, seemed to straddle some kind of line between innovation and industry nostalgia-much like the ads they were celebrating.
This may well be the best episode of Mad Men to date this season. It had a jagged, loopy energy that alternated between amped-up logic and spooky hallucinations that turned out to be true.
Last night, Mad Men returned to the world of shared drug use. "The Crash" saw a motley crew from the still unnamed agency indulge in illegal medical enhancement.
"See the mess you made?" Peggy Olson asks Jim Cutler, who brought in a Max Jacobson -like doctor to administer some sort of stimulant to the firm's creative team.
Every week for the sixth season of AMC's acclaimed series Mad Men , our roundtable of Eleanor Barkhorn , Ashley Fetters , and Amy Sullivan will discuss the latest happenings at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
Going beyond the "energy serum" idea and trying to suss out the better, more revealing ideas that may have been lost in the haze of being high.