This is one of my favorite images from what was an amazing season of Mad Men, which I’ve been rewatching the past few days. Don kind of takes this practice to the extreme, but I admire how he never lets the things he holds onto ever outnumber the things he lets go.
How much longer do we have to wait for season 5?
You heard correctly. The seemingly fictitious memoir of our favorite ad man has actually been released for our enjoyment and education. This is sure to be filled with wisdom, wit, as well as fond remembrances, such as, “I always liked chocolate ice cream, but my mother made us eat vanilla because it didn’t stain anything.” Get your copy today!
Now if only Harper-Collins would release the underground text by one Omar Little, The Cheese Stands Alone.
This Is Lovely, You Should Listen To It of the Day: Brian Williams’s honey-timbred daughter Allison performs Nat King Cole’s “Nature Boy” to the tune of RJD2’s “A Beautiful Mine” (AKA the Mad Men theme music).
According to the video’s description, the entire performance was recorded live — “no cuts, dubbing, lip-syncing or auto-tuning” — and filmed in one take.
"I always liked chocolate ice cream, but my mother made us eat vanilla because it didn’t stain anything."
Mad Men Save Newsweek
In the spring of 2010, Newsweek magazine was put up for sale. In an attempt to make the company more desirable to potential buyers, the staff hired an advertising executive from the year 1963 to pitch his ideas.
The Mad Men School of Seduction
As anticipation for the upcoming season of Mad Men continues to grow, I thought I’d pay tribute to those lotharios of Sterling Cooper. This video features almost every pickup line uttered between seasons 1-3. Have you been having trouble with the ladies? Well, take a cue from Campbell, Cosgrove, Kinsey, and, of course, the great Roger Sterling, among others. In less than 3 minutes, you’ll have the skills to score any choice dame. Mix yourself an Old Fashioned, light that Lucky Strike, and enjoy!