Posts tagged: Mad Men
That's my guess about the next season of “Mad Men.”
Ask a “Mad Men” viewer why you might be hearing that as a new euphemism for an activity that has been around a long time.
As I noted in a post last night, there was a reference to Spokane in Sunday's episode of “Mad Men.”
“Working out of Spokane, there's only so far I can go.”
I wonder if anyone has plans to sell T-shirts adorned with that sentiment.
But what are some other ways that sentence could be ended?
Give it a try.
“Working out of Spokane….”
…there's only so far I can go.”
That's a line from tonight's episode of “Mad Men”
From the first mention of Jaguar on “Mad Men” this season, I have been certain that we would eventually see the XKE.
For once, I was right.
And with “House” wrapping up tonight, I can at long last stop asking myself why I stay with that show. The answer, of course, was always quite obvious: Hugh Laurie.
In any case, focusing on the Sherlock Holmes/Dr. Watson friendship between House and Wilson seems like a good choice for the swan song.
Sorry if this prompts the old TV commercial jingle to get stuck in your head.
When conversation turns to this coming Sunday's long-awaited season opener of the AMC series, here are three things you can say:
1. “As I've noted on numerous occasions, I don't watch that.”
2, “You lost me at Hello.”
3. “How about if you go back to talking about basketball.”
It might mean that you have watched so much television that you have finally become trapped in a TV show, in this case an episode of AMC's “Mad Men” called “The Hobo and The Gypsy.”
…Christina Hendricks of “Mad Men.” She lived in Twin Falls as a child.
“The Inheritance” aired on Oct. 5, 2008. As imdb.com put it, “Don and Betty try to keep up appearances as they go to Betty's parents after her dad has a stroke.”
It's a terrific series, stylish and smart. But no one ever called it feel-good TV.