Miss(ed) Manners

July 23, 2008

Mad About You

Filed under: Humor — missedmanners @ 11:04 pm

In my typical fashion of being at least a year late on movies and television shows I’ve been marathon watching season one of Mad Men. I’m sure you’ve heard all about the sixteen Emmy’s and the Golden Globe and yadda yadda yadda, but goddamnit if this show isn’t real neat, or swell or whatever they called cool shit back then.

Each episode is basically an hour long reaffirmation of my life style, only minus the guilt because I’m not married. I actually filled the decanter I’ve had in my office for the last three years. I’ve been greasing up my hair (to extremely mixed reviews). I’ve made a conscious effort to smoke more. I even bought a pack of Lucky Strikes and smoked them (and then coughed up blood for a day).

I need a briefcase, a mistress, a Cadillac and twenty thousand cartons of Old Golds, the new season starts on Sunday.

2 Comments »

  1. Mad Men is the best thing on TV right now. I’ve been watching all the episodes on ON Demand. How amazing was the actor who played his little brother, Adam? Wow, those scenes were incredibly moving. Also, the scene when Don is doing “The Carousel” presentation almost brought me to tears – so beautiful and sad.

    Colette
    Colette’s Love Bytes

    Comment by Colette — July 25, 2008 @ 7:21 pm | Reply

  2. I watched the one where Roger is in the hospital the day after my Grandmother’s memorial on Sunday… I cried like a little girl. Cannot WAIT for Sunday.

    Comment by missedmanners — July 25, 2008 @ 7:40 pm | Reply


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