huffposttv:

John Slattery Almost Turned Down “Arrested Development.”

You know, I don’t really know anything. Since I was on, which was brief, they’ve probably reconceived the whole thing. Mitch Hurwitz is kind of writing it on the fly, and his brain is amazing. They’re releasing all of them at the same time, so it isn’t like a normal television show. He’s a brilliant guy.
I’ve shot [my episode] and it was really fun. I almost didn’t to it because it’s hard to go in and be a guest on someone else’s show. I don’t think people are aware of that when they see television shows and people on them. It’s like walking into someone else’s house where they all know what they’re doing. They’re all extremely funny. I mean, Jason Bateman … who’s better than that guy? Or Jeffrey Tambor, who I work with. All those people. Will [Arnett], David Cross and all the women. You go, “I know this is funny, but I’m not sure I can pull it off …” So it was nerve-wracking. I don’t know whether I succeeded. By the end, I think we nailed a couple scenes. One in particular I hope doesn’t get cut. You really see how good everyone is when you go into someone else’s situation and watch them work. It was really fun.

And here’s “Mad Men” scoop!

huffposttv:

John Slattery Almost Turned Down “Arrested Development.”

You know, I don’t really know anything. Since I was on, which was brief, they’ve probably reconceived the whole thing. Mitch Hurwitz is kind of writing it on the fly, and his brain is amazing. They’re releasing all of them at the same time, so it isn’t like a normal television show. He’s a brilliant guy.

I’ve shot [my episode] and it was really fun. I almost didn’t to it because it’s hard to go in and be a guest on someone else’s show. I don’t think people are aware of that when they see television shows and people on them. It’s like walking into someone else’s house where they all know what they’re doing. They’re all extremely funny. I mean, Jason Bateman … who’s better than that guy? Or Jeffrey Tambor, who I work with. All those people. Will [Arnett], David Cross and all the women. You go, “I know this is funny, but I’m not sure I can pull it off …” So it was nerve-wracking. I don’t know whether I succeeded. By the end, I think we nailed a couple scenes. One in particular I hope doesn’t get cut. You really see how good everyone is when you go into someone else’s situation and watch them work. It was really fun.

And here’s “Mad Men” scoop!

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kevinwada:

Megan Draper
APE 2012 commission
Sidenote: I am no longer open to commissions for the time being.  I am SWAMPED.  Sorry if I’m taking awhile to respond to your emails and get our your prints.  It’s been a storm since APE.  Apologies and thank you for your patience!


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kevinwada:

Megan Draper

APE 2012 commission

Sidenote: I am no longer open to commissions for the time being.  I am SWAMPED.  Sorry if I’m taking awhile to respond to your emails and get our your prints.  It’s been a storm since APE.  Apologies and thank you for your patience!

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sylvysparrow:

Alison Brie doing the Charleston.

hells bells trudy~

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Alan Tudyk is one of us.

Alan Tudyk is one of us.

madmenworld:

Mad Men’s Best Grins, Grimaces, and Reaction Shots of the Season, via Vulture.

madmenworld:

Mad Men’s Best Grins, Grimaces, and Reaction Shots of the Season, via Vulture.

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Mad Men Cast & Crew singing Bye Bye Birdie (x)

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bedtimechamp:

Countdown to the season finale! In this episode we talk the rules of swearing on cable TV, Price’s resignation, Sally’s monthly visiter, coming of age stories we read in high school and why Glen is the best.

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catalogheroes:

The Golden Age Flash (Jay Garrick)

GQ April 2021 article - The Suit Rules 2012

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oldfashioneddoughnut:

And we get to watch this for free!

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