Jeez, was Mad Men strange last night or what?
Last night's episode was probably the closest the show has come to acting like a horror flick, with all the blurry, murderous details, and the blood splattered headlines (of course there was that moment with the John Deere tractor in season 3).
What does this have to do with Brad Dwyer's excellent strip this week? Well, nothing. But it's a good show, and the one-two punch of Eastbound and Down and Mad Men makes for one of the most satisfying nights on the tube (giving NBC's Thursday night a run for its money).
Watched Game of Thrones for the first time, too -- but I didn't get it. Is it like Lord of the Rings with boobs? The Sopranos with dragons?
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Anyway -- on to Brad's strip. Ignore my rambling.