“The Jet Set” takes Mad Men to California for a much needed breath of fresh air.
The end of “The Inheritance” is the exact moment when Mad Men goes from good to great.
“Six Month Leave” gives a beloved background character a proper send-off.
Over the last couple weeks, I watched 21 random movies. Here’s how I ranked them, from best to worst.
January Jones’ acting ability can sometimes fall flat, as exemplified by her performance in “A Night to Remember.”
Jazz in Silhouette is Sun Ra’s most accessible album, thus making it a perfect entry point for newcomers to his music.
Do you like cowboy movies? If so, then you’ll love this Marty Robbins LP.
One of Thelonious Monk’s most skittish albums.
Tom Brady will never be surpassed as G.O.A.T. And Patrick Mahomes will have to live with that knowledge for the rest of his career.
“The Gold Violin” has a lot to say about Don Draper, office dynamics and modern art.
Season 2 of The Sopranos is the series’ funniest chapter. It’s also a turning point: there’s darkness and bloodshed lurking just around the corner
“Maidenform” is another beautifully-crafted episode of Mad Men, despite being full of ugly emotions.