Want to reminisce over the most iconic TV bowel mo(ve)ments off all time? Urine luck!
Despite a slow start, the first half of Mad Men's final season ended on a high note.
What are your predictions for next week's finale?
At the literal and figurative center of this week's bizarre action rested SC&P's brand-new computer.
Don has returned to SC&P, and while that's awesome for us, it's less-than-awesome for some of his unenthusiastic coworkers.
In honor of this week's Administrative Professionals Appreciation shenanigans, Dawn's promotion, and Shirley's amazing sass, we thought it was high time the secretarial pool at Sterling Cooper Blah Blah Blah got some love.
"A Day's Work" was a busy episode, featuring an extended secretary shuffle, a 100-percent more racist Bert Cooper, a special father-daughter day for Don and Sally, and more.
Plus: Do people not like Mad Men anymore?, WGN is adapting the comic Scalped, and what if the media covered the Game of Thrones shocker?
We've combed through six seasons' worth of vague episode synopses and selected a few of our favorite, totally non-descriptive bits; now it's up to you to suss out which are the work of Matthew Weiner's team and which came from the brain of a crazy person (a.k.a. me).
Matthew Weiner's spoiler-phobia can be traced back to the start of Season 2.
Mad Men debuts the first half of its seventh and final season this Sunday, and even the citizens of Springfield are excited.
"The End of the Aisle" was everything the penultimate episode of HIMYM needed to be as Robin and Barney faced their fears and finally tied the knot.