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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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    'Mad Men' Episode 4 Review and Recap: Joan Opens Door to 'Mystery Date'--Dream or Dud?

    In Sunday's all-new "Mad Men" episode, anticipation and fear reigned. As did two of Alfred Hitchcock's favorite fixations: Murders and mothers. Spoilers ahead!

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    MAD MEN RECAP 3: MYSTERY DATE

    Hiding under the bed doesn't help.

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    Here's How TV is Better Than the Movies

    James Wolcott's Vanity Fair article "Prime Time's Graduation" isn't the first to argue that television has now surpassed film as a medium, but it's one of the more prettily written. Wolcott opines that "cinema has lost its sanctuary allure and aesthetic edge over telev...

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    'Mad Men' Episode 3 Review and Recap: Reading 60s 'Tea Leaves'

    In Sunday night's all-new episode of "Mad Men," Betty returns, Peggy makes a new hire and Don gathers no moss at a Rolling Stones concert. Spoilers ahead!

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    MAD MEN RECAP TWO: Tea Leaves

    "When is everything going to get back to normal?"

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