The curse of the InStyle Wedding: Pray for Christina (h/t Basketcase Jackie).
There will be a Mad Men sketch on Leno on Friday night.
Talia Balsam (Mona Sterling) is in a new web series (thanks Basketcase Shelly).
Via Mad Men Footnotes, I found this vintage ad site, “beyond, deux.”
Self-Styled Siren doesn’t like Mad Men. Instead, she offers a bucketload of Mad Men-era film dramas she does like.
Bryan Batt returns as host for the Grand Auction at the annual Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Flea Market on September 27th, and will be at the celebrity table earlier in the afternoon.
Jon Hamm provides the big finish in a new ad for the Univeristy of Missouri.
Prop Master Discount Herbal Cigarettes claims to offer “high-quality, better-tasting herbal cigarettes in assorted flavors at the same price you’ve probably been paying for the ‘other’ brand” (thanks Basketcase SmilerG).
Paxti is described as “a handsome man of 29, with sloping brown-green eyes, a slightly receding hairline and a vague resemblance to the actor Mel Ferrer” in Jai-Alai: Fury at the Fronton! (Thanks Basketcase robustoman.)
Maggie Siff will be appearing Off-Broadway in Or,.
Dyna Moe’s “Sally Draper Cocktail Cheat Sheets” get a post at Babble’s Strollerderby blog.
Rich Sommer salutes craft services on set.
Funny or Die reimagines “MA Men” as set in modern-day Boston. (Language warning.)
Susan Michaels has PDF files of her interviews with Elisabeth Moss and Jared Harris (among others).
Sally Draper is not the only underage driver.
Gotcher funny Jon Hamm podcasts right here.
Alison Brie tells a handjob joke.
EW gives you their favorite Emmy snubs (including January Jones). Vote for your favorite.
Media Life polls media planners and buyers for their Emmy picks. According to the poll, Mad Men wins best drama and Elisabeth Moss and Jon Hamm take home their respective acting awards.
Speaking of Emmys, the broadcast will do more to introduce viewers to unfamiliar nominees (like Mad Men).
Add Cable 360 to your weekly Mad Men blog collection. This week, they are especially interested in camera angles.
The BBC references Mad Men in an article about advertising and product placement.
The Columbia Spectator thinks Mad Men is crap.
A design site lavishes attention on the mid-century stylings of The Best of Everything. Previously, we linked to a fashion site that also waxed poetic over the same film which, you may recall, features Joan Crawford’s eyebrows.
Per Basketcase jude, a gorgeous Mad Men fashion layout (PDF).