As a connoisseur of Mad Men, I’ve come to grips with last night’s series finale that saw Don Draper go to the bottom of the barrel before coming out the other side to produce one of the most famous advertisements ever – the 1971 “I’d Like To Buy […]
The history-making launch of Apollo 11 on July 16, 1969 served as the backdrop for the mid-season finale of Mad Men last night. Once the dust settled, viewers were left with the enduring image of Bert Cooper’s dancing ghost crooning “The Best Things In Life Are Free.”
Betty Draper Francis capped one of the great comebacks in recent memory by bedding ex-husband Don on last night’s edition of Mad Men.
During one of the most bizarre Mad Men ever, Ken Cosgrove channeled his inner-Gregory Hines by tap dancing in front of Don Draper like he was Mr. Bojangles.
Mad Men returned to television on Sunday night with a morbid and dark episode titled “The Doorway.” Set in December 1967, this episode focused on Don Draper’s not-so-subtle obsession with death and his omnipresent sense of loneliness.