May 072015

Hi Everybody!

Long time isn’t it?  Well, I’ve missed you and as Mad Men winds down,  I wanted to share with you these two tribute videos that I’ve been working on an off now for two years!  I got the idea for these when, after multiple viewings, I had noticed there were two expressions that were often repeated on Mad Men.  They are:

  1. “Excuse Me?”  Mostly used when one is offended or confused by a comment made to them.  Less used to be noticed or when needing something repeated.
  2. “Look at You!” (and variants) Used to express pleasure, surprise, or frustration with one’s looks or situation.

I’ve loaded these videos to YouTube and am very happy to share with you here! It’s also a thank you to Matt and all the incredibly talented staff, writers, crew, and actors of Mad Men.  What a ride it’s been! And I dedicate these to videos to our own favorite Basketcases, Deborah and Roberta Lipp!  Thank you ladies for bringing us all together!  Enjoy!

Love you all, Therese xo





  5 Responses to “My Two Mad Men Videos! “Excuse Me?” and “Look at You!””

  1. These are awesome! I love how “excuse me?” becomes nonsensical after you listen to it repeated and repeated.

    Also love the little lagniappes at the end. Brava!

  2. Thank you Hellhund! And thanks for teaching me a new word “lahniappe”! 😉

  3. Did you notice that the car salesman at 1:21 of “Look at You” later became Elliott Schwartz in “Breaking Bad”?

  4. perfect… there should also be one of when Don goes “what?!”

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