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June 25 2013


Firewall & Iceberg Podcast, episode 188: Mad Men, Under the Dome, Hannibal & more

In the new Firewall & Iceberg Podcast, HitFixs Alan Sepinwall and Dan Fienberg review CBS Under the Dome, the season finales of Mad Men and Hannibal, and discuss the legacies of the late James Gandolfini and Gary David Goldberg. http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/firewall-iceberg-podcast-episode-188-mad-men-under-the-dome-hannibal-more

August 10 2012


The man who hunts for anachronisms in Mad Men, Downton Abbey, and Edith Wharton. - Slate Magazine

For period dramas like Downton Abbey and Mad Men, historical authenticity is crucial to the viewer experience. Vigilant designers work from photos to accurately recreate everything from kitchenware to hairstyles. But what about the dialogue?... http://www.slate.com/articles/podcasts/lexicon_valley/2012/06/lexicon_valley_anachronisms_in_mad_men_downton_abbey_and_edith_wharton_.html
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March 27 2012


Firewall & Iceberg Podcast, episode 121: Game of Thrones, The Killing, Mad Men premiere & more - HitFix.com

In the latest Firewall & Iceberg Podcast, HitFixs Alan Sepinwall and Dan Fienberg review Mad Men, Game of Thrones, The Killing, Luck, The River, and New Girl. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/firewall-iceberg-podcast-episode-121-game-of-thrones-the-killing-mad-men-premiere-more

March 25 2012


The Visser of Ozcast Episode Fifteen

For Episode 15 of the Visser of Ozcast, we welcomed dear friend and fellow podcaster Pieter Baker into our continental Skype studios for a fun discussion. This episode breaks our usual mold of systematically discussing a handful of select topics. Instead we let the good vibes and good company direct us in a myriad of fun tangents. Don't worry, regular listeners, we still hit on all of the usual pop culture and sporty goodness you expect and love from the two-man wrecking ball crew at the VoO, but Pieter injects some welcomed easy going vibes to our usual buttoned-up affair. It's tough to nail down a theme from this ep, although we do spend a good portion at the beginning of the episode discussing the Hunger Games phenomenon. SPOILER: kids get mutilated by tridents and we all agree to disagree about its artistic and entertainment merits! Anyways, buckle up for this free form ride and be sure to check Pieter out on Twitter and at his own podcast when you get a chance. Until next time!

March 17 2012


The Visser of Ozcast Episode Fourteen

Long time no see, friends/listeners/lovers! The boys at Visser of Ozcast are back once again with a super special St. Paddy's Day blowout episode. So set down your potatoes and stop balancing that green beverage on your stupid head, 'cuz it's time to feast your ears on a variety of topical sports and culture talking points. We at the Visser of Ozcast would like to believe that we offer a little something for everyone, so if any of the following nuggets don't even remotely pique your curiosity, then you probably don't have a pulse: - March Madness is back and better than ever! We discuss all the upsets. Do not miss this segment, folks! () - NFL Free Agency is heating up and now that the Colts sucked for Luck, a trio of teams are now panning for Manning. We break the news on which team's are cravin' for Peyton. Don't miss this exclusive, guys! () - The NBA trade deadline passed on Thursday and a handful of significant players swapped teams. We'll let you know the massive implications of the moves, including the birth of the Javale McGee renaissance in Denver. You won't want to miss us talking about all of the text messages Ms. McGee sent us after the trade! () - Finally, we take a break from sports talk, to dish on high culture: the Guggenheim's newest performance art exhibit, Justified's third season, the return of Mad Men, and the best comedy show on TV right now, Key & Peele. We rank 'em, spank 'em, and flank 'em. Don't get caught out in the cold on this one, guys! () Wow, almost impossible NOT to listen to this episode with all of those bombshells being dropped. I feel like you guys would be LOSING money on this free podcast if you didn't give it a spin. Can't imagine a better way to spend St. Patty's Day than with the boys at the Visser of Ozcast, so throw it on the 'old vinyl and smash a few Irish Car Bombs. It's time to celebrate!

February 14 2012


BBC FrontRow Podcast: Mad Men’s Jon Hamm / Don Draper

John Wilson interviews actor Jon Hamm who plays anti-hero Don Draper in Mad Men; the secrets of successful stage rain; the history of cotton retold in an exhibition at Manchester's Whitworth Gallery and Sarah Beeny on her exhibition looking at 250 years of the everyday British home. http://podcast.co.uk/bbc-frontrow-podcast-mad-mens-jon-hamm-don-draper/

October 19 2010


Discussion: Mad Men, Season 4 (At the Half)

The first seven episodes of AMC's Mad Men are behind us. Six more to go. Phil and I briefly discuss our thoughts thus far. Warning: there are spoilers.
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