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AMC has released some gorgeous promotional shots for the final season of "Mad Men," but creator Matthew Weiner warns not to examine them too closely.
The photos follow the same theme as the recently released teaser trailer, which showed Don disembarking from a plane.
After this awards season, we wouldn't blame Matthew McConaughey if he never wanted to hear "alright, alright, alright" ever again.
The actor's catchphrase from 1993's "Dazed and Confused" was repeated up and down the red carpet and on nearly every awards show stage as he racked up honors for his work in "Dallas Buyers Club."
But before we let those iconic three words go gentle into the night, only ever to be heard on repeat viewings of McConaughey's dramedy classic, let's revisit McConaughey's explanation on how he came up with the oft-repeated saying in the first place.
Juan Pablo Galavis may not be ready to walk down the aisle with Nikki Ferrell, the woman he chose on "The Bachelor," but that doesn't mean he doesn't care about her and it doesn't make him a bad guy, as he tells People magazine in this week's issue.
Juan Pablo poses with Nikki for the cover, and explains inside that he just wasn't ready to slip a ring on Nikki's finger.
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