AdRants has an intriguing article on the branding of the Mad Men era.
Here’s the fine print on the Hilton “Live Like a Mad Man” sweepstakes rules, with instructions for entering without purchase.
Salon uses Mad Men’s Oprah appearance to examine the intersection of nostalgia for, and critique of, the early 1960s.
Stuart Elliott solves the Dr. Pepper mystery.
Chris Matthews uses Mad Men as an analogy on Hardball (around the 2 minute mark).
The Vulture interviews Rich Sommer about Jennifer, lawn mowers, and more.
Another article on the Mad Men silhouette in men’s fashion.
Staff changes that affect Mad Men:
AMC Thursday tapped veteran television executive Susie Fitzgerald to head up the newly created position of senior vice president of scripted development.
Consumer Reports blogs about the vacuum cleaner that was the subject of an argument between the Harrises in My Old Kentucky Home.
Basketcase Hazel alerted us to an award January Jones received on September 24 for her work with Oceana.
Matthew Gilbert of the Boston Globe defends Mad Men’s slow pace.
The St. Petersburg Times longs for the days of Mad Men’s good manners.
John Slattery and Talia Balsam will appear on stage in Cedar City, an 8-episode live soap in New York City.
My (Deborah’s) best friend sent me a link to Mod Cloth, which has vintage wear.
Salon’s Heather Havrilesky sinks her teeth into the season so far.
The Defamer speculates that Guy McKendrick was fictional revenge taken on a real person. The comment section goes wild on other such fantastical rumors.
I cannot find who originally mentioned it in prior comments, but Matt Weiner talked to NPR’s On Point Radio about Season 3.
Entertainment Weekly salutes Alexa Alemanni’s portrayal of Allison.
BuzzSugar has a photo gallery of Mad Women branching into new roles.
The New York Times explores the effect of media and internet buzz on television shows.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette waxes ecstatic about Mad Men’s mid-century home design.