Sunday, August 23, 2009

Live-Blogging Mad Men

The Lovely Daughter in response to Ann-Margret's singing in Bye Bye Birdie: Did people like that noise?

Pete has to bring up his illustrious great-great-grandfather.

LD: Why does Pete have Paul and Ken has everybody else?

Gregarious Son: Don can sell a woman in a white dress a ketchup popsicle.

Pregnant Betty drinking wine and smoking a cigarette.

GS in response to Peggy's imitation of Ann-Margret: Peggy doesn't like it so much now that the guys are treating her like one of them.

LD: I'd rather be treated like a guy than a secretary at that place.

GS on Ann-Margret: She's very good looking; I don't think anyone cares what she sounds like.

LD and GS during commercial break discussing gender and laundry.

GS: So Don has made his wife feel better and gotten his brother-in-law's family out of the house and he doesn't have to pay for it and his father-in-law's house will be untouched. Don is VICIOUS.

Oh please, tell me Peggy is not going to risk another pregnancy.

Betty's father is back in Prohibition.

Peggy's into one-night stands now?

Everyone in our living room, looking at Don looking at teacher: Uh-oh.

LD: Independent brunette women are his downfall.

GS: I don't know about his downfall.

None of us get the ending.

4 comments:

Kathryn J said...

I have no idea what you are talking about. I think my TV doesn't get this show. Is it on HBO?

Gannet Girl said...

It's on AMC. Won a ton of awards for last year. An incredible drama and peek into life in the 60s; brilliant on the roles of women. But I have to say, it's off to an awfully slow start this year as they set the conflicts in place.

Daisy said...

I've been wanting to see that show. Love the running commentary. :)

Mich

Laurie said...

LOL - love the ketchup popsicle comment! Just caught up with that episode today on On Demand - love the show. I thought the brunette future conquest looked just a little too modern. I read an story about the executive producer of the show and his fierce attention to details of the period, very interesting.

I agree about A-M singing Bye Bye Birdie, I remember my parents hating that movie. She really is screechy.