A 1960s classic television series, Peyton Place, sparks memories and questions. So much has changed in 50 years. And human nature and behaviors, far less so.
Memories evoked from an old sketchbook.
Words, images, music… and a mix of marvelous memories.
Small Town memories and dreams of Camelot.
Easy access to Mad Men Season 6 musings.
Finally, something beautiful you can truly own? Think again! That may be the slogan that nails the Jaguar account for Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, and on the surface, it may seem that these arrogant ad men hold ownership over the women, but not so fast! When it comes to the gorgeous gals in Don Draper’s […]
Christmas Waltz? Some fancy footwork, maybe. But who’s doing the dancing? No tender two-step for Megan and Don. She seems peeved, and Don is… Well, what and where exactly is Don these days? He’s not in sync with his winsome wife – or himself. He’s out of sorts, uninspired, and feeling attacked. Counter culture is […]
Barnabas Collins? He doesn’t make an appearance, but “Dark Shadows” is an apt title for Episode 9 of Mad Men as our favorite characters do battle with their own demons – and lose. I’ll give the Ray of Light Award to Megan, for her maturing mastery of managing between a rock and a hard place, […]
If Megan is Lady Lazarus in Mad Men’s Episode 8, does she rise from the brink of metaphorical death of her dream to be an actress? If Don is the eternal Phoenix rising from the ashes, is Lazarus also a reference to his literal brush with death as the SCDP elevator doors open, and he […]
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