Join a live chat with 'Mad Men's' Harry Hamlin today

Peggy described him as "Roger with bad breath," but Harry Hamlin's "Mad Men" character, the enigmatic Jim Cutler, managed to best Don Draper in the season-long office power struggle at Sterling Cooper & Partners.

How'd he do it? What was in those energy injections proffered by that doctor Cutler brought in? And how did the former "L.A. Law" star find himself mixing it up with Roger, Don and the rest of the "Mad Men" gang?

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Join Hamlin and Times staff writer Glenn Whipp today at 1 p.m. Pacific time for a live video discussion of Hamlin's Emmy-nominated guest turn on AMC's "Mad Men." We'll ask all the above and your questions too, just RSVP and submit your questions above, and we'll find out how Hamlin's initial job offer of just a day on the show worked into an Emmy nomination.


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