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  1. Mad Men, Week 11: Here There Be Monsters

    Molly Lambert

    "But he just couldn't understand/That his father was not a man/And it all was just a game" — Harry Nilsson, 1968 ("Daddy's Song," The Monkees' Head soundtrack) Happy Father's Day Don Draper! You're a monster! During the penultimate episod...

    Blog | June 17, 2013
  2. Mad Men, Week 9: Everybody Must Get Stoned

    Molly Lambert

    "If any of you are secret poets, the best way to break into print is to run for the presidency." —Eugene McCarthy, 1968 The late ’60s weren't all assassinations, bad trips, and riots. Some of the trips were actually pretty great. Don...

    Blog | June 03, 2013
  3. Mad Men, Week 7: Speed Kills

    Molly Lambert

    "This is no dream! This is really happening!" — Rosemary Woodhouse, Rosemary's Baby, 1968 Speed is no joke. I should know, I get spracked on green tea and Coca-Cola every Sunday night to stay up and write these recaps until dawn. Sometimes...

    Blog | May 20, 2013
  4. Mad Men, Week 5: That Familiar Draperian Crossroads

    Molly Lambert

    "Sky pilot, how high can you fly? You'll never, never, never reach the sky." —Eric Burdon & the Animals ("Sky Pilot," spring of 1968) I know it can be annoying to see GIFs loop during a post, but it's impossible to get tired of watching Pet...

    Blog | May 06, 2013