Don meets with Connie Hilton, who tells him that Powell, Putnam, and Loeb is being sold to McCann Erickson (I've heard of them! This show is so accurate in how it uses names that I have heard of!),…   Read Story »
Where were you when Kennedy was shot? Oh that's right, you were 14,000 years from being born. But that is what this week's episode is all about, where people were when the 9/11 of the 60s happened.…   Read Story »
What an episode!
Betty and the kids are leaving for Philly. Uh oh, they are going to miss Halloween! (P.S. I love that this show's holiday-themed episode is a Very Special Halloween episode.)…   Read Story »
Is it just me, or is there a lot of night driving in this season? I guess season 2 did have the car accident, and there was the scene in which Betty puked her faithful guts out, but Don spends an…   Read Story »
Mad Men had sex on the brain this week. Everyone was fucking and/or coming very close to fucking. It was like an episode of the Real World/Road Rules Gauntlet Hell Inferno From Hell Challenge: Cabo…   Read Story »
I haven't been able to watch this week's Mad Men yet. That's one of the most important things I've learned from my time in Los Angeles so far: sometimes you are able to do things, and sometimes you…   Read Story »
[Ed. note: due to unforeseen circumstances, the wonderful and talented Alex Blagg will no longer be able to cover Mad Men. We will miss him! But the show is still so great. So let's focus on the good…   Read Story »
Due to some scheduling difficulties, Videogum's Senior Mad Men Correspondent, Alex Blagg, will not be able to provide a recap of this week's episode. But obviously, we should still be able to talk…   Read Story »
[Alex Blagg, formerly of Best Week Ever blog and Blagg Blogg Dot Com, and currently the editor of Wonderwall, will be bringing his wit, wisdom, and love of skinny ties to this season of Mad…   Read Story »
[Alex Blagg, formerly of Best Week Ever blog and Blagg Blogg Dot Com, and currently the editor of Wonderwall, will be bringing his wit, wisdom, and love of skinny ties to this season of Mad Men.]
At…   Read Story »
After watching Death Sentence, a terrible movie starring Kevin Bacon as a father in search of vigilante justice directed by Saw's James Wan, Gabe embarked on The Hunt For The Worst Movie of All Time. This is his sad journey.