Sometimes “Mad Men” can be so inscrutable it feels like it was written by David Lynch. At other times, Matthew Weiner might as well post its themes on a billboard in Times Square. I probably don’t have to tell you which kind of episode “The Forecast” is.
Jonathan Crombie, the Canadian actor best known for his role as Gilbert Blythe in the "Anne of Green Gables" television miniseries, has died.
Sarah Jessica Parker is headed for splitsville — the fictional kind, that is.
If there's one thing I learned from "New Business," it's that calling your ex an "aging, sloppy, selfish liar" is a pretty effective negotiating strategy -- or at least it is for Megan, who guilt-trips Don to the tune of $1 million. (Adjusted for inflation, that's more than $6 million.)
USA Network is getting into the millennial game.
It's the moment we all feared: The era of polyester and platforms has arrived on "Mad Men."