Vulture has your key GIFs from “A Tale of Two Cities.”
“The Whole World is Watching“: Wired views last Sunday’s ep through its advertising.
Harry Hamlin talks to Vulture about his real-life experience with those “energy injections,” the upcoming power struggle within the firm, and why he won’t ever again venture into online message boards.
James Wolk talks to the New York Times about how his own inner Bob Benson (and perhaps a few years spent working in his father’s shoe store) helped him win his Mad Men role.
Christina Hendricks talks to Esquire pizza, Scotch, Detroit, and the rest of Mad Men.
Esquire also talked to Jessica Paré this week about where Megan Draper is heading, why she loves smoking now, her latest musical endeavors, and a whole lot more.
January Jones is topless in Sweetwater and London’s The Sun is on it. (NSFW)
Some vintage Rich Sommer and Michael Gladis. Yah, mon.
Rich Sommer talks to GQ about Harry’s feud with Joan, Roger’s crotch-punch takedown, and the joy of watching Mad Men with his co-stars.
Janie Bryant talks to GQ about Harry, Roger and Don’s Los Angeles wardrobe.
Speaking of Sharon Tate, Alison Brie’s band, The Girls, goes Valley of the Dolls for you.
Christopher Stanley tells AMC why he prefers Blonde Betty.
At Salon, Ron Ben Tovim argues Mad Men is a modern-day Moby Dick.
la peregrina considers Michael Ginsberg and Allen Ginsberg after “A Tale of Two Cities.”
Jared Harris got engaged to longtime galpal Allegra Riggio.
At Rolling Stone, Rob Sheffield argues everyone is “screwed” without Lane Pryce.
Matthew Weiner participates in THR’s Showrunner Emmys Roundtable.
Elisabeth Moss participates in THR’s Best Actress Emmys Roundtable.
Mad Men and Breaking Bad rank highly in the WGA’s Top 100 Best Written TV Series.
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