The new promotional art is definitely saying something, we're just not entirely sure what. Perhaps the Great Mad Men Re-Watch will offer us some clues.
Don is about to enter the dreamy landscape of Southern California, where a different species of girl lies in wait.
Don is about to become extremely familiar with room service at the Roosevelt Hotel, as Betty is about to kick him out of the house.
All the biggies are covered in the next three episodes.
Welcome, Re-Watchers, to Mad Men’s second season. The '60s are in full swing.
The end of Season 1 gets pretty soapy, but ends with both feet on the ground, with one of the most memorable speeches in modern TV history.
Today, we nearly lose Roger, which leads to Don being made partner, which in turn paves the way for Peggy to get a $5 raise. Heart attacks: They're good for everyone!
On the list this week: Adam Lambert, White Collar, Tim & Eric, Pee-wee on Top Chef, and The CW's big TVD "oopsie!"
In the next three episodes, Roger makes a play for Betty, Betty makes a play for a career, and Peggy makes a play for a cherry danish. All that and a fistfight, too.
Don and Pete’s escalating battle heats up, as does Joan and Roger’s affair. Betty continues her journey toward disillusionment and subsequent icequeendom, nudged along by a perverted little boy next door. Don's mysterious past begins to reveal itself. And Peggy, awesome Peggy, gets her first big break.
It's TV.com Commenter Shout-Outs time, when we throw the karaoke mic over to you. (Just please, no “Don't Stop Believin'." There’s only so much we can take.)
Nothing says “tropical cop-show cool” like an obese man gorging himself on Subway 12-inches and singing the praises of Jared for a solid minute!
Plus: The Glee Project will live to sing again, The Walking Dead beefs up its episode order, and NBC orders another Western.
Sunday's premiere was an action-packed two hours that covered everything from the horrors of war to the tragedy of unrequited love, Machiavellian backroom scheming, and floral arranging.
Modern Family also grabs multiple nods in a surprising lot of nominations apparently aimed at distinguishing itself from other award shows.