Mad Men To End in 2012?

... Mad Men creator Matt Weiner may or may not have said that the show's stories of Don Draper, racism, chauvinism, alcoholism, smoking-ism, and, time permitting, '60s advertising, will end after six seasons, making 2012 the last season of the heralded show. Personally, I'd like to see Joan enter the era of free love. And a time machine. I'd also like to see a time machine. [NY Post]

... 24 star Kiefer Sutherland is a gifted alcoholic, and took his talent across the pond to London where he was kicked out of a nightclub stripclub by security. Shirtless. Screaming. And there's a slideshow to prove it, because The Sun was there. [The Sun]

... I don't know if you all know this, but we also have a vice president. His name is Joe Biden. And he's going to be on The View, where he'll answer Sherri Shepherd's inquiries as to what Barack Obama smells like. [Associated Press]

... NBC lost $223 million dollars on the Winter Olympics. U-S-A! U-S-A! [THR]

... The Price is Right host Drew Carey has a new hidden-camera show for CBS called WTF, which stands for "Wow That's Funny!" How did a show as good as Whose Line is it Anyway? kill so many careers? [THR]

... You won't believe this, but Glee won an award from the 21st annual GLAAD Media Awards, handed out by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. Also recognized at the ceremony were Wanda Sykes and RuPaul's Drag Race. [THR]

... Smallville's Jimmy Olsen is coming out of hiding and appearing In Plain Sight. Actor Aaron Ashmore has landed a recurring role on the USA Network show. He'll appear in the second half of this season as Brandi and Mary's half-brother. [EW]

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