Oh yeah, baby

Per @JonHammSource: Lots of HQ pics from the Emmys coming soon!

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I’m sure we’ll work together again somewhere.

Faye Miller to Peggy, now that Peggy is at a new ad firm, this opens up the possibility for Faye’s return.

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I don’t think I realized it until this moment, but it must be hard being a man, too.

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Can’t wait to see Jon Hamm in his tuxedo tomorrow on Emmy night!

Can’t wait to see Jon Hamm in his tuxedo tomorrow on Emmy night!

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Prepare to take a great leap forward. Prepare to swim the English Channel and then drown in champagne. There are six weekends between now and the pitch, we are going to spend them all here. We will celebrate Christmas here, we will ring in the New Year together, and in the end we will represent Jaguar and it will be worth it. Every agency on Madison Avenue is defined by the moment they got their car, when we land Jaguar, the world will know we’ve arrived.

Don Draper, Mad Men

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Countdown to the Emmys: Who's TV's Sexiest Man and Woman? Vote Jon Hamm & Christina Hendricks!

Two voting days left until the announcement is made on September 23rd at the Emmys. Voting is unlimited so cast your ballot often and regularly until 7:30 pm ET, 9/23!

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So this happened. Busy whilst enamored with Joan’s opening shot and the partners’ closing, in the 3rd photo, I missed Pete Campbell’s body superimposed onto Don Draper’s.  “I’ll have the same view as you, Don.”  Or, besides the written poetry that is Mad Men, how Matthew Weiner in blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moments, doesn’t waste one to subliminally tell you a visual story as well.  Or, if you don’t watch this show’s episodes more than once, you’re missing out on the art in the entertainment. So this happened. Busy whilst enamored with Joan’s opening shot and the partners’ closing, in the 3rd photo, I missed Pete Campbell’s body superimposed onto Don Draper’s.

“I’ll have the same view as you, Don.”

Or, besides the written poetry that is Mad Men, how Matthew Weiner in blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moments, doesn’t waste one to subliminally tell you a visual story as well.

Or, if you don’t watch this show’s episodes more than once, you’re missing out on the art in the entertainment.

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Mad Men Pop Art

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TV Guide: The Emmys: Who will win -- and who deserves it: 

Lead Actor: Drama

Three-time winner Cranston had to sit out last year but is back with a vengeance, facing a strong field of stars still waiting for a first Emmy. Top challengers to Cranston’s ever-more-chilling work as master criminal Walter White: Hamm, whose iconic portrayal of Don Draper gains depth by the season (and becomes more poignant the older the character gets), and Lewis as the tormented POW-turned-sleeper agent who always kept us guessing.
Most likely to win: Cranston; Should win: Hamm

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