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My Lunch with the 'God of Story'
We caught up with screenwriting guru Robert McKee, whose new book, 'Dialogue,' proves he should be required reading for storytellers of any kind.
The Real ‘Mad Men’ of the 60s Come to Life in a Short Documentary
“The copywriting was very ordinary, straightforward, offhand; it spoke like a New Yorker at the racetrack.”
First and Final Frames: TV's New Golden Age
From 'The Sopranos' and 'Twin Peaks,' to 'Mad Men' and 'Breaking Bad,' here's how the internet's favorite shows began and ended.
The Crown and Sceptre Issue
Why Sexy Ads Don't Work
Ads featuring girls in bikinis aren't as effective as you'd think.
Decorate Your Walls with Art from the Set of 'Mad Men'
Now your place can look as tasteful as Roger Sterling's office.
Six Unbelievable Easter Eggs from Last Night's 'Mad Men' Finale
The episode was so understated that you may have missed these mind-blowing Easter eggs that Weiner put in for serious fans.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Jon Hamm Has a Spinoff Idea Where Sally Draper Becomes the Female Forrest Gump
He called it 'Sally Through the Decades.'
Betty Draper Will Soon Be Set Free
It turns out that the much-maligned housewife is one of the most complete characters on "Mad Men."
What I Learned from Watching 'Mad Men'
A character-by-character rundown of what we've learned from the first seven seasons.
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
This Bizarre Advert for Tidal Is Like a Softcore American Psycho
Because music streaming isn't just for men, it's for men with suits, watches, newspapers, and confidence.
New Exhibition Turns the 'Mad Men' Writers Room into Art
See where the ideas behind your favorite episodes were born at the Museum of the Moving Image exhibition, 'Matthew Weiner's Mad Men.'
The Real 'Mad Men'?
George Lois, who helped create legendary ad campaigns during the Creative Revolution, is sometimes referred to as the inspiration for Don Draper.