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  • Mad Men

    On March 25, after 17 months off-screen, the "Mad Men" return. Look forward to another season of vodka-soaked debauchery. The cast, from left to right: Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks), Roger Sterling (John Slattery), Lane Pryce (Jared Harris), Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser), Don Draper (Jon Hamm), Bertram Cooper (Robert Morse), Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss).
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  • Mad Men

    As Pete, Vincent Kartheiser is as envious as ever. In reality, the actor lives a spare lifestyle, nixing things like owning a car and having children to save the environment.
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  • Mad Men

    Jon Hamm has been on a press blitz ahead of "Mad Men's" season five premiere. He lashed out at Kim Kardashian in multiple interviews, calling her and her reality TV cronies idiotic.
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  • Mad Men

    Series creator Matthew Weiner arrived to the Hollywood premiere of "Mad Men" season five with John Slattery, aka the dapper Roger Sterling.
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  • Mad Men

    Don Draper's current lover is Megan Calvet, played by Jessica Pare. The Montreal-born actress was thrilled to speak French as part of her role, according to New York Magazine.
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  • Mad Men

    January Jones was pregnant when production on season five started, so Betty Francis may not show up in the early episodes of this season.
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  • Mad Men

    Elisabeth Moss let out her bad, un-Peggy like side in a recent New York Post interview, saying her ex-husband, "SNL" star Fred Armisen, isn't normal.
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