I don’t know what the title of Homeland episode 5.09 means. The Litvinov Ruse? I got nothing. I’d ask you Basketcases, but you let me down on “Orser” last week. Regardless, this week was edge of your seat stuff all the way. This episode cut back and forth between two very tense situations. The entire […]
Bob Benson carving Candance slapping Don harder Don’t serve Sally yams! (click on Sally) Best wishes to you and yours for a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday!
The swirl around the release of Mad Men Carousel is ongoing and big fun. Matt Zoller Seitz (MZS, ‘round these parts) kicked off his book tour in the NYC area, and Deborah and I, along with other contributors to the book, joined him for some of the booksigning/panel events. On this Very Special Episode of […]
Let’s get this out of the way: The Walking Dead episode Heads Up wastes no time showing us that Glenn is alive. In a survival escape so unbelievable that only the Sexy Pizza Geek of the Apocalypse could pull it off, Glenn actually slides from beneath Nicholas’ body to the underside of the nearby Dumpster, which appears […]
In the Mad Men episode New Business, Don tells Diana that he isn’t making a rash decision by wanting to get serious with her, because he’s had many women since he and Megan decided to divorce. “I’m ready,” he says.
Remember way back on March 27th during the final Mad Men half-season media blitz when Matthew Weiner and the cast made a stop at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History to donate props and costumes? I did when I was in Washington for work several weeks ago. As the presentations dragged on, all I […]
My advanced copy arrived today. You can buy yours here. Look, Deb’s a several-time published author, me not so much, so this is SUPER exciting for me. (I mean, for her too, but this is me we’re talking about HELLO.) The two of us worked our asses off on this project, and we are so […]
Here’s the final entry in our series on Mad Men in Central Park. The Sherry-Netherland Hotel is located at 781 Fifth Avenue, facing Central Park’s southest corner. It’s a block and a half north of the Plaza, and a block south of the Pierre. The Sherry-Netherland appeared twice in Mad Men.
This is part three of my visit to Mad Men’s Central Park locations. Today, we visit the Pierre Hotel, which has been featured in Mad Men several times, from Season 1 on. Located at 2 East 61st Street, the Pierre overlooks Central Park at Fifth Avenue, the southeast corner of the park, just two blocks […]