Someone is doing Mad Men Footnotes, which is lavishly illustrated minutia, mostly period stuff. Love it!
Basketcase foobella found a music video made by Miles Fisher (Jeff the dope dealer).
Unclear what the presser was about, but a bunch of photos of our beloved stars (h/t Basketcase JS).
Christina Hendricks is on the cover of InStyle Weddings, and you can vote for your favorite of her Caroline Herrera gown choices.
Have we seen this before? I think not — an excellent interview with Vincent Kartheiser in Vanity Fair.
We somehow missed this piece from the New York Times a couple of weeks ago. The picture is old but the interview is not.
The Globe and Mail studies the body language of Don Draper and Joan Harris. (Who doesn’t?)
Stephanie Courtney talks to the Cleveland Plain-Dealer about her non-Mad Men gig playing “Flo” for Progressive Insurance.
Studio 360 explores why Don Draper appeals to the modern Seth Rogen type.
Ellen Gray has a nice little Mad Men piece about
people who watch TV to engage with characters and others who watch to see things happen.
CBC Canada explores how Don’s central struggle in Season 3 differs from Seasons 1 and 2.
The New Republic explores how people really used language in the early 1960s.
Former ad man Richard L. Gilbert is angry at how Mad Men portrays the 1960s advertising world.
Jezebel publishes an open letter from Don Draper to Jon Gosselin.
The Boston Globe congratulates Mad Men on not going for splashy and explosive”and betraying itself”now that it’s become more successful.
ABC News Senior White House Correspondent Jake Tapper rolled out his first Mad Men recap.
Alison Brie tweets that she and
Victor Vincent Kartheiser took Charleston lessons twice weekly for a month.
Jason Kottke explains salting ice cream.
Ad Gabber hates this Mad Men parody, but it made me laugh.
A terrific little fashion article says that Carrie, Miranda & Samantha are out, Betty, Joan & Peggy are in.
Add the Seattle Times to your list of weekly Mad Men blogs.
THR on first-time showrunners (including Matt Weiner) and the Emmys.