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    Jon Hamm, Paul McCartney Guest On Hilarious, Live 30 Rock (UPDATED WITH VIDEO)

    When recorded series go live, it’s usually hard to overcome the stuntiness of it all. (Alec Baldwin promised in a promo that the live 30 Rock would be “liver” than ever, so we all get to make up new words). But 30 Rock found a brilliant, hilarious meta-solution by making its l...

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    Watch: 'Mad Men' Star Kiernan Shipka Plays Herself on 'Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23'

    Isn't that just how time flies? One minute Sally Draper's serving as a pint-sized mixologist for the always-appropriate Don and contemplating mortality after the death of her grandfather, and the next she's playing herself opposite a semi-ironic James Van Der Beek in a sitcom.

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    Under the Influence of Acid, Pot and the Honeymoon Phase in 'Mad Men'

    As a show in which memory has immense weight, "Mad Men" has played with timelines before, cutting back and forth between the past and present, or letting the former bleed into the latter the way it did in season three opener "Out of Town." But last night's episode "...

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    VIDEO: The Ultimate "Next on Mad Men" Preview Clip

    Why should the folks at AMC have all the fun tormenting us, when we could do just as good a job?

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    'Mad Men' Episode 6 Review and Recap: 'Far Away Places' and Wrinkles in Time

    In Sunday's all-new "Mad Men" episode, the blissful promise of escape tempts Don, Peggy and Roger. Yet time is a prison -- and keeps us guessing.

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    MAD MEN RECAP 5: FAR AWAY PLACES

    "You always say I never take you anywhere."

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    'Mad Men': Pete Campbell Takes One to the Chin and Another to His Pride

    As Joan so astutely observed while patching up a bruised post-fight Lane, "Everyone in this office has wanted to do that to Pete Campbell." And in "Signal 30," last night's episode of "Mad Men" (named for a 1959 driving safety film that was a precursor to the "...

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    MAD MEN RECAP FOUR: SIGNAL 30

    “I’m through with all that fantasy stuff.”

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    Now and Then: The Mad-As-Hell Women of Mad Men

    History is not the most useful dramatic backdrop for a television show. It is, really, just one big spoiler alert: we already know what happens. But "Mad Men" is canny enough to twist this problem to its advantage, letting the past knock on the door in the middle of the night.

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    Wounded and Willing Prey: 'Mad Men' Goes Dark

    "Mystery Date," last night's episode of "Mad Men," closed with The Crystals controversial ode to love and abuse "He Hit Me (And It Felt Like A Kiss)," a fitting theme song for an episode all about the dark things that lurk in the night or in our own subconsciou...

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