Camelot and its Discontents: Mad Men on DVD


I have a lengthy (and spoiler-packed, for better or worse) review of the third season of Mad Men (now out on DVD) over on the Pajamas’ main page. Topics discussed include the show’s slightly skewed politics and history of the Kennedy-era 1960s, amongst other things.

Make yourself an Old Fashioned, light up a Lucky or a Montecristo, and click here to read, if you are so inclined.


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