My wife and I are finally catching up on Breaking Bad. We are only half way through the second season. Our trip to Albuquerque kind of spurred us to watch it again. It is one of a handful of water cooler shows that I feel like I missed out on when they originally aired. In this day and age, the internet makes watching shows on TV obsolete, but has not rendered completely the idea of a water cooler show. Read More Lunchtime Poll: Pop Culture Phenomena
Finally, the post you’ve all been waiting for — my personal opinion on the top 10 best opening sequences in television. These are loosely ranked from last to best, because I’m non-committal and I let my emotions get involved near the end: Read More The Top 10 Best TV Opening Sequences
Welcome back everyone! We’ve been on break for a little bit and if you’re like me, you spent a lot of time loading up on TV shows (and maybe also packing up to move across town). So, here’s a song for you:
On the season finale of Mad Men, Don remembers how to be a person about four months too late and in the worst possible setting. And Peggy might be learning how to be Don, except better, because she’s not carrying around a giant piece of baggage named Dick Whitman.
Because I’m house-sitting this week I didn’t have the show on DVR and my Amazon download isn’t working for me. So I’m mostly working from memory here, just a heads up. Read More New Show Recap: Mad Men, Season 6, Ep. 12, “The Quality of Mercy”
Hey guys, things happened in this episode! Also, the themes are getting a little more obvious. Or maybe I’m just getting better at paying attention.
This week on Mad Men there’s a lot of business-related power struggles and Don continues to be weird and self-destructive. Read More New Show Recap: Mad Men, Season 6 Ep. 10 “A Tale of Two Cities”
This week on Mad Men: they could have just called this episode “How Betty Got Her Groove Back,” because whatever the internet conspiracy theorists (slightly NSFW) have to say about it, this was totally Betty’s episode.