E Online’s photo gallery of Gays on TV includes our beloved Salvatore.
The Producer’s Guild of America (PGA) has announced its nominations for TV awards, and Mad Men is nominated in the TV Drama category.
GawkerTV presents “The Tao of Don.”
At the Hartford Courant, Kevin Rennie asks readers to measure the 2010 candidates for Governor against… Joan. (An impossibly high standard. -K)
Project Angel Food’s Divine Design sale, now in its 17th year, kicks off next weekend with a salute to Woman of Style Christina Hendricks.
The Sheaf compares Mad Men and The Sopranos.
TV Squad’s Joel Keller is thankful for Matt Weiner. The LA Times is thankful for Mad Men among many more important things.
Entrepreneur.com uses Mad Men’s treatment of the famous DDB Volkswagen “lemon” ad to discuss “brand judo.”
As noted by Basketcases after the close of the last Mad News, Jon Hamm is adding his voice to Shrek Forever After. Director Mike Mitchell says, “He is the best-looking ogre you’ve ever seen.”
The Daily Beast runs Part Two of Matt Weiner’s Season 3 post-mortem.
Hitflix notes that the Season 4 Big Love teaser is highly reminiscent of Mad Men’s titles.
Marshall Allman (the “afflicted” Danny Farrell) has signed on for Season 3 of True Blood.
Rich Sommer lit the Christmas tree at Legoland. (I’m jazzed. -D)
Mad Men is used to talk about the changing nature of work.
Bryan Batt is preparing for the holiday season at his shop, Hazelnut.
A Michigan mom wishes she could send her kids out to play the way Betty Draper does.
Our friends at the Film Experience compare Tippi Hedren (rather than Grace Kelly) to Betty Draper.
InStyle‘s January issue goes behind the scenes with Mad Men.
Here’s an interesting new site: The community at Shop Mad Men “helps identify and tag clothes as they appear in different episodes.”
Mad Men Confidential is a new blog series dedicated to looking at Mad Men from the inside (of real advertising) out.
The romance of dark, secretive men, from Mr. Rochester in Jane Eyre to Don Draper.
(Mad News compiled by Karl and Deborah.)