A UK Basketcase can’t find out when Season 3 (Series 3, as they say over there) starts in Britain. Anyone with information, please let us know in comments.
Time Warner Cable customers can’t get their Mad Men On Demand.
Don Draper is AskMen’s most influential man of the year.
The Faster Times muses in detail about the portrayal of hotels in Mad Men.
Fred Armisen and his lovely fiance, Elisabeth Moss, get Funny or Die (thanks, Basketcase dimples).
Vincent Kartheiser on the cover of Draft Magazine (h/t Basketcase Donny Brook).
I received a comment on our former blog as follows:
I was watching “Mr. Warmth: the Don Rickles Project” and there were all these pictures of Vegas back in the day. And on one of the Don Rickles Marquees from the 60’s there she is — January Jones.
No link, alas, but interesting, no?
Basketcase For the Love of Pete found the beloved Pete in a two-part interview for Lost In a Supermarket.
Did Peggy see this video? Basketcase Frank Bullitt thinks so.
Basketcase Scott noticed that David Letterman’s top ten mentioned Mad Men on October 6.
Scott also found a YouTube of the entire post-Emmy press conference with Matt and the cast.
Basketcase Allison noticed that Maureen Dowd mentioned Mad Men in a column on office relationships.
ABC News has a lengthy piece on Mad Men online. The accompanying video from Good Morning America seems aimed at introducing the series to new viewers, but there’s some Hamm, Hendricks, Slattery and Weiner there for you.
Despite reports to the contrary, Bryan Batt is not getting married to his longtime partner.
Kevin Smith thinks Jon Hamm could play Batman and Superman. (Maybe he is Batman. Nobody has lifted that rock. Actually, I believe he denies being Batman on the S1 DVD commentary. – K)
Janie Bryant is quoted in a Variety article on films set in Rome.
Just Jared has pics of January Jones at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Price Chopper 400 in Kansas City, Kansas.
Mad Men is one of the few things Jerry Seinfeld watches on TV.
At The Hill, Bernie Quigley blogs about “Mad Men and the Second Age of Jimmy Carter.”
Mark Metcalf gets a Mad Men shout out at Entertainment Weekly.
Christina Hendricks plays “My Favorite Movie Scene” at Movieline.
Brooks Brothers is releasing a limited edition line of Mad Men suits.
TV.com awards Mad Men “best fashion.”
Sean Daly of the St. Petersburg Times muses on Don Draper’s character.
Behind the scenes of the success of the Mad Men Yourself campaign.
(Mad News compiled by Deborah and Karl.)