New York Magazine: Mad Men Season Six Style Preview: Joan Harris Goes All-Out Liz Taylor
Source: New York Magazine
Ten years after Chappelle’s Show debuted, Grantland puts 64 sketches into battle to determine the best in the series’ history.
Some quality Mad Men reading after last night’s terrific “Signal 30” episode, directed by cast member John Slattery:
HitFix’s Alan Sepinwall: Down Goes Campbell! Down Goes Campbell!
Grantland’s Molly Lambert: The Unraveling of Pete Campbell
Grantland’s Mark Lisanti: Mad Men Power Rankings
Salon’s Willa Paskin: Mad Men Loses Its Cool
Everyone wants to talk about the fat suit, but let’s not neglect the tiny plane on the pedestal.
This is a great weekly read for any fan of the show.
This collection of Muppet magazine covers — every one from its 1983-89 run — could be the most ’80s thing ever.
I would kill to read “Gonzo’s Guide to Breakdancing,” which appeared in the Fall 1984 issue that featured Mr. T on the cover (with Animal wearing all his gold jewelry).
It’s finally here. 11/11/11. Nigel Tufnel Day. The only day of the century that rocks hard enough to be turned all the way up to 11.
We asked NPR listeners for the songs you crank to 11 and we got a few undeniable eardrum busters.
We also made a Spotify playlist of 550 songs compiled from your own nominations, just in case you want to crank the volume all day.
This is so cool. A near-two-hour live concert performance by Public Enemy during the 20th anniversary year of “Fear of a Black Planet,” with the ability to download a free MP3 of the entire thing!
Lady Gaga performing “Hair” live on Howard Stern Show. Terrific. Lip-sync assassin.