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'Mad Men' Writer Marti Noxon Confirms Matt Weiner Harassment
'Mad Men' Writer Marti Noxon Confirms Matt Weiner Harassment
'Mad Men' Writer Marti Noxon Confirms Matt Weiner Harassment
Enough Hollywood harassment scandals have emerged in recent weeks that a few get lost in the shuffle. Mad Men creator Matt Weiner seemingly found cover, for instance, but now writer-producer Marti Noxon speaks up to corroborate the original account, describing Weiner as “an ‘emotional terrorist’ who will badger, seduce and even tantrum in an attempt to get his needs met.”
The 25 Best TV Sex Scenes of the Last 20 Years
The 25 Best TV Sex Scenes of the Last 20 Years
The 25 Best TV Sex Scenes of the Last 20 Years
In the Golden Age of television — or Peak TV, or “oh god, please stop, I have enough to watch already” — shows aren’t just more cinematic, they’re offering us more of everything. That includes more sex scenes, which have become increasingly prevalent, revealing, daring and yes, even artful, reinforcing the notion that TV has become more like film. We recently chose the 25 best movie sex scenes of the last 25 years, and with the smaller screen’s growing resemblance to its big screen brethren, we thought it only right to do the same for television. We also assumed that making a list of the 25 best TV sex scenes of the last 20 years would be far easier and much less surprising. Spoiler alert: We were wrong.
Don Draper's 'Mad Men' Pitch Is Now a Real Heinz Ketchup Ad
Don Draper's 'Mad Men' Pitch Is Now a Real Heinz Ketchup Ad
Don Draper's 'Mad Men' Pitch Is Now a Real Heinz Ketchup Ad
Mad Men always maintained an odd relationship with history, incorporating major ‘60s events, but keep Sterling-Cooper and Don Draper’s work somewhat obscure in the advertising world. No longer, it seems, as Heinz has officially adopted an abandoned ketchup pitch from Mad Men Season 6 for use in the real world.

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