Mad Men will close the doors of Sterling-Cooper for good in just a few weeks' time, but did you know that the Emmy-winning AMC prestige drama was written in 1999, and rejected everywhere until 2006? Or that an episode paid a cool $250K for a single Beatles song? These are just some of the Mad minutes awaiting you in the third episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?,’ which clears the smoke to pitch you some fresh facts about Mad Men!
Our long national nightmare comes to a close as AMC's 'Mad Men' returns this Sunday for its seventh and final season premiere, "Time Zones," but what if you're too busy drinking, smoking and pitching to catch up with six seasons of '60s 'Mad'-ness? Let us give you the meeting minutes and tell you all about AMC's 'Mad Men' in just 60 seconds!
It's that special time of year when each of us takes stock of our relationship to dear old dad and shops for the appropriate necktie to give him on Father's Day. To make this gift extra-personal, it's customary to include a thoughtful note, telling your dad what makes him special.
Warning: watching this video may make you feel like wearing a lampshade on your head and barfing in a closet. When you watch 'Mad Men,' it seems like there's a good bit of drinking going on. You have no idea.
When you think of Michael Gladis, you probably think 'Mad Men' more than Funny or Die. But the actor teamed up with '2 Broke Girls' star Beth Behrs for this NSFW action video about a couple who gets into an argument that quickly gets out of hand...
If you cut about 90% or so out of last night's Emmy Awards, they were actually pretty entertaining. Here's a recap of the entertaining stuff that happened, or, as we like to call it, the "good version" of last night's awards ceremony.
There's nothing quite like a little video editing taking one of everybody's favorite TV shows and transforming it into a song that is generally regarded as completely annoying. Thank you, internet, for "Rickrolling" 'Mad Men.' Our day is now complete.
As part of Rookie magazine's ongoing series "Ask a Grown Man," everyone's favorite hunk and 'Mad Men' star Jon Hamm answer questions from teenage girls on guy problems, style and even sex. And considering Hamm's sense of humor and charisma, his answers are well worth the watch.
The TV powerhouse that is AMC’s ‘Mad Men’ has just entered its fifth season. It’s entertaining, smart, honest and completely unafraid to smash social boundaries. Does that sound like a show that would last more than five minutes on network television?
Given how consistently awesome the show is, we never thought 'Mad Men' would go to the dogs. But it has ... literally. Courtesy of the folks at Dogster, the entire crew of the AMC period piece has been recast as adorable pooches.
Dressing up your child is just one of the great perks of being a parent. Take, for instance, this couple, who dressed up their eight-month-old baby as everyone's favorite 1960s ad-exec, Don Draper from 'Mad Men.'
We love 'Mad Men,' but a drama about boozy ad execs set against the backdrop of the early 1960s isn't exactly fun subject material for a video game. Nonetheless, YouTube's FineBros have made an interactive video series which puts you in the shoes of Don Draper as he sets out to fulfill an objective given by fellow drunkard Roger Sterling. Everything get's the 8-bit graphic makeover - even the in-game drinking.
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