Martinis in the breakroom and smoking at your desk are no longer features of the modern workplace, but there is one old holdover, as Christina Hendricks coyly points out in a new "Funny or Die" video.
The actress slips into the form-fitting dresses of her '60s-era character, Joan Holloway, to imagine what it would be like if Joan had to navigate today's typical office.
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.
One of the reasons Jon Hamm's voice has been husky lately could very well be his work schedule.
The "Mad Men" star has another TV series on the books, a program called "A Young Doctor's Notebook" that's been picked up by Ovation TV.
If we could, we'd watch "Mad Men's" characters age right on into the '90s, and a new Twitter account is sort of meeting our wish.
Thanks to The Onion contributor/comedian John McNamee, we can now peer into the thoughts of the '80s version of Don Draper, the philandering heart of "Mad Men."
[Note: This post may contain spoilers to the season six premiere of AMC's "Mad Men."]
In Sunday's return of "Mad Men," we see that Don Draper (Jon Hamm) hasn't changed - not even to grow some clearly en vogue sideburns, a la Pete Campbell. (Quipped Slate, "it's like he went to bed Charles Grodin and woke up Bert Reynolds.")
Welcome, "Mad Men" fans, to 1968.
Internet, Jon Hamm is not amused.
The "Mad Men" star tells Rolling Stone magazine that he's well aware of the general public's fascination with what he carries in his pants, which has manifested itself lately in a string of cheeky headlines.
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