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Mad Men - Season 5 Finale Review – It Wore Off

There are a lot of things to love about season five of Mad Men, but one aspect that I want to mention above all else is what a stellar season it was for the women. As we looked at Joan, Peggy and Megan in this episode, I marveled at how far they »»

Mad Men - Episode 5-12 Review - The End of a Man, The Beginning of a Woman

I wasn’t sure I’d be able to get this review done today, because I was away for the weekend and watched Mad Men rather late. But when I thought about it, I realized I don’t have a lot to say about the episode despite so much happening. In fact, »»

The TV Obsessed Week in Review - Hatfields & McCoys, Girls, Continuum, Veep, Mad Men, Game of Thrones, Awake, Revenge, Modern Family, Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, Glee

Hatfields & McCoys is a lengthy, boring slog of nothingness. There are these two families, the Hatfields and McCoys, two family names synonymous with feuding, and History thought they should try dramatize their conflict (it's better than aliens a »»

Mad Men Episode 5-11 Review – Ladies’ Night

Her face says it all. Wow. I almost didn’t stay up for Sunday night’s episode of Mad Men, but I’m so very glad that I did. It was a fantastic hour of television. Mad Men has this unbelievable ability to take a story in every direct »»

The TV Obsessed Week in Review: House, Girls, Mad Men, Game of Thrones, Grimm, Nikita, Supernatural, The Mentalist, Glee, Awake, Criminal Minds, Suburgatory, NCIS

I watched every episode of House, all 177 episodes, so I wanted this finale to be good. For all the criticism of the show I've had over the years, Hugh Laurie remained steadfastly dedicated to the character and to his acting. Every wince, every movem »»

The TV Obsessed Week in Review: Smash, House, How I Met Your Mother, Bones, Mad Men, Game of Thrones, Fringe, Glee, The Vampire Diaries, The Mentalist, The Office, Supernatural, Common Law, Grimm, Awake, The Finder, The Secret Circle, Community, The Big Bang Theory, Revenge, New Girl

Smash's season finale wraps up an absurd season with more absurdity. The height of this comes when Ellis announces to Eileen that he was the one who put the peanut in Rebecca's drink. He gets fired, smiles, strolls off, and we don't see him for the r »»

Mad Men Episode 5-10 Review – Baby, You Can Drive My Car

I’m not one for writing fan fiction, but this could certainly inspire some. With the exception of “Mystery Date”, this season of Mad Men has been rather light on Joan – in fact, I’d considered that the single flaw (if y »»

Just Seen It TV Review: Mad Men Retrospective [Video]

As Mad Men starts its fifth season, David and Leah look back at the cultural impact of the show and what can be expected in the new season. Mad Men follows the world of marketing in New York City in the early to mid-1960s and the people who sell thos »»

Mad Men Episode 5-9 Review – The Replacements

Everyone can be replaced. That, and selfishness, seemed to be the themes I got from last night’s episode of Mad Men. Betty sees that she’s been replaced by young, thin Megan and can’t cope with the misery of knowing that Megan is h »»

Mad Men Episode 5-8 Review – Tomorrow Never Knows

Maybe it’s just the comedown after last week’s stellar episode, but “Lady Lazarus” was not my favorite episode of Mad Men we’ve seen this season, despite the exciting presence of one Rory Gilmore.* *Only recently I had a conversation about »»

Mad Men Producers Paid $250,000 For Beatles Song

Apparently only satisfied with the most authentic music for their show, the producers of Mad Men recently shelled out $250,000 for the rights to use "Tomorrow Never Knows" in an episode of he show.  Previous attempts to license the Beatles' music h »»

Mad Men - Episode 5-7 Review - Daddy’s Girl

Last night’s episode of Mad Men was an A++ episode, wasn’t it? I’ve been loving this whole season, and I think “At The Codfish Ball” was my favorite episode so far. I’ve previously raved about scenes with Peggy and Roger, but now I’m qu »»

The TV Obsessed Week in Review: Game of Thrones, Veep, Mad Men, Girls, Glee, Smash, House, NCIS, Magic City, The Good Wife, The Killing, Supernatural, Revenge, Awake, Community, The Secret Circle, The Vampire Diaries, Fringe, Grimm

I complain all the time about Glee and how terrible it has become, but if there's one thing it has over Smash, it's the ability to make the viewer have an opinion, good or bad. With Smash, everything kind of just passes by. Eileen and her boyfriend, »»

Mad Men - Episode 5-6 Review - It Happened One Night

Last night’s episode of Mad Men, the sixth of season five, was complicated, fascinating, uncomfortable and, I thought, fantastic. We’re nearing the halfway point in this thirteen episode season and so far, I think it’s been an outstanding se »»

Best TV Show March Madness Bracket Tournament 2012 – Championship Round Voting Begins with Modern Family and The Walking Dead Facing Off

After a record number of votes, the Final Four has ended. There was plenty of back and forth leads in both matchups. But in the end, we are left with one #1 seed facing off against an unseeded show. The battle between #1 Modern Family and #2 The »»

The TV Obsessed Week in Review: Game of Thrones, Mad Men, The Killing, Fringe, New Girl, Being Human, Castle, Smash, House, Glee, NCIS, Bones Psych, The Office, Up All Night, Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23, Awake, Grimm, Justified

I fell behind on television again, so the reviews are a day late.The Killing continued the inquiry into tattoo guy and the mob. They actually catch the tattoo guy and find his drawing of Rosie. Another red herring? Could the show have been fixed? I g »»

Mad Men Episode 5-2 Review: Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner?

If you ask me (you kind of are, since you came to my website) last night’s episode of Mad Men was an example of how great the show can be. Lots happened, yet very little happened. It was an hour of small but meaningful moments, cunning power pl »»

The TV Obsessed Week in Review: Game of Thrones, Mad Men, The Killing, Fringe, Fairly Legal, The Finder, Scandal, Community, Awake, Justified

I totally forgot to review Shamless and House of Lies in a rush of things last week, so I'll have a few comments on them, though I won't get too detailed. Their finales were both quite different than the bulk of the seasons, which were pretty wild fo »»

Mad Men - Episode 5-1 Review - Sweet Dreams Aren’t Made of This

Last night’s episode of Mad Men featured another bit of history, Richard Speck raping and murdering eight Chicago nursing students in the summer of 1966, and wove it into the narratives of the characters’ lives in both specific and abstra »»

Best TV Show March Madness Bracket Tournament 2012 – Final 4 Round Voting Begins with Burn Notice, Modern Family, Big Bang Theory, and The Walking Dead Facing Off

The Elite 8 round voting has ended and there is still one Cinderella show that has made it to the Final Four. But it was fight to get there for sure. The rest of the final four features two #1 seeds and one #2 seed. That means another #1 seed went do »»

Mad Men - Episode 5-3 Review - Heavy Stuff

Out with the old, in with the young. That seems to be the theme of Mad Men‘s fifth season, and it’s showing itself in so many ways. Let’s begin with Betty, who didn’t make an appearance in the season five premiere, but was »»

The TV Obsessed Week In Review: Mad Men, The Good Wife, Fringe

I'm no longer busy and I'm beginning to catch up on all the shows I've missed. There are still a lot of episodes I need to watch, but I'm getting there. True story: I haven't watched a complete episode of Mad Men since the season four finale on Oc »»

Mad Men - Episode 5-1 Review - Season Premiere

You guys! After a hiatus of almost a year and a half, Mad Men has returned to AMC and my life is once again complete. OK, maybe that’s an exaggeration, but I’m really glad the show has returned. It is one of the highest quality programs on TV rig »»

Best TV Show March Madness Bracket Tournament 2012 – Elite 8 Round Voting Begins with Burn Notice, Modern Family, Breaking Bad, New Girl, Big Bang Theory, True Blood, Justified, and The Walking Dead All Facing Off

The fourth round voting has ended and one Cinderella show keeps on piling up the wins against top-ranked competition. The rest of the bracket looks about what was expected. There are 8 shows left. Let breakdown what happened in this past round. Th »»

Best TV Show March Madness Bracket Tournament 2012 – Sweet 16 Round Voting Begins with Burn Notice, Modern Family, Breaking Bad, New Girl, Dexter, Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother, True Blood, Weeds, Justified, Parks and Recreation, Once Upon A Time, The Office, Chuck, The Walking Dead, and Criminal MInds All Facing Off

The third round voting has ended and there was only real one MAJOR upset. But it was a big one as one of the #1 seeds went down to a unseeded show this round. The ABC Region saw all of its top 4 seeds make it to the round of 16. Breaking Bad, The »»

Best TV Show March Madness Bracket Tournament 2012 – Third Round Voting Begins with Top Seeds Burn Notice, Modern Family, Breaking Bad, Community, New Girl, Dexter, Big Bang Theory Facing Off

The second round voting has ended and a handful of the top seeds were upset by non-seeded shows including one #2 seed! The ABC Region only had 1 upset, though, and that was just the #8 seed Sons of Anarchy barely losing to South Park. The remainin »»

2012 Best TV Show Madness Bracket Tournament - Second Round Voting Continues with Top Seeds Burn Notice, Modern Family, Breaking Bad, Community, New Girl, Survivor, Dexter, Big Bang Theory and More!

The first round voting has ended and there were no real upsets. A couple of close calls for some of the top 32 seeds, but in the end, all of them are still in tact. There were lots of closer matchups between non-seeded shows, though. Lets break down »»

2012 Best TV Show Madness Bracket Tournament - First Round Voting Begins with Top Seeds Burn Notice, Modern Family, Breaking Bad, Community, New Girl, Survivor, Dexter, Big Bang Theory and More!

It’s that time again! It’s the month of March and that could only mean one thing…time for another Inside Pulse TV Tournament, while you drink green beer! The biggest and most talked about tournament during “March Madness” season is st »»

Deal Alert: Black Friday Deals Week For Thanksgiving Day

Day Four of Amazon's week long Blu-ray and DVD sale highlights TV shows Friends, Family Guy, Mad Men and more! »»

January Has September Baby

This Tuesday, Mad Men actress January Jones gave birth to a healthy baby boy, naming him Xander Danes Jones. A rep shares "She’s really looking forward to this new chapter in her life as a single mom,". Coincidence his name starts with an X? No wor »»

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