Like “Shut the Door. Have a Seat” and “For Immediate Release” before it, “Time & Life” signals a time of great change in the lives of the Sterling Cooper gang. Can Don and the others pull off yet another gambit to save the agency? Why does this feel so familiar and yet so different? AJ, Kenn, and Joe explore these questions and what they mean at this point in the show’s life. Meanwhile, Peggy and Stan have a heart-to-heart, and Pete deals with a weird old money blood feud. Plus, don’t miss another exciting installment of Hamm Watch!
Things get startlingly revelatory on Smoke Gets in Your Ears this week, as AJ, Kenn, and Joe make a major discovery about a very important character. As they continue their way through Mad Men season 6, they take a look at “Man with a Plan,” in which Don and Ted are in for a bumpy ride; “The Crash,” wherein the gang gets their shots; and “The Better Half,” in which Peggy makes a kebab. Plus, don’t miss another exciting installment of Hamm Watch!
Our white, monied gang gets prepared for some major status quo changes as AJ, Kenn, and Joe continue their discussion of Mad Men season 6. The three episodes under review are “To Have and to Hold,” in which things swing; “The Flood,” wherein Paul Newman’s speech is rudely interrupted; and “For Immediate Release,” in which a whole bunch of letters get thrown together. Plus, don’t miss another exciting installment of Hamm Watch!