Dig This 'Mad Men' Blaxploitation Makeover

Don-O-Mite! This blaxploitation version of Mad Men is a winner. With characters like Black Peggy, Slim Sterling, "Sugar Hills" Holloway, and Pete "The Soup Man" Campbell it's an instant classic. If AMC is looking to fill their schedule, they need look no further. Unless they want to come off as racist.

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Why would they change things up now? Mad Men has had historically unhelpful teasers at the end of its show. Matthew Weiner is required to do them by AMC, but doesn't wish to give anything away, so the result is a chain of non sequiturs and inane dialog from the upcoming episode. This time around, in anticipation of the last Mad Men ever, we don't even get that. What we get in this extended, minute-long clip is a series of looks back at the time we've already spent with these rotten people. We don't know where the show is going in its last hour, but this clip does offer a slightly sentimental take on where its been. Take a look.


A Makeover, Yoda Got, For 'The Phantom Menace' Blu-Ray

George Lucas couldn't just leave it alone. Despite claims that they wouldn't f*ck around and add anything to the new Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace Blu-Ray, George Lucas just couldn't resist giving Yoda a little work. However, in this case, LucasFilm has improved upon the original version. In the clip above you'll see the crappy Yoda puppet used initially has been swapped out for CG Yoda. Looks much better and allows more consistency throughout the prequels. Now, if only they'd do something about the Mars Guo puppet that crashes and burns around the 4:33 mark in the video below. What is that thing? rubber chicken with a belt across its eyes?? (via /Film)


Don Draper Arrives In First Teaser For 'Mad Men's' Final Season

This gives us so much, yet so little. The first teaser for the final season of Mad Men is here and gives us very little. Or maybe it's a lot. That's the beauty of Mad Men. It's got symbolism out the butt. Here we see Don Draper stepping off a plane and putting a hat on his head in slow motion. Where is he arriving? Did he follow Megan to California? Did he return to his hometown to confront the ghost of Dick Whitman? Does he realize his hat got switched with another guy's and go back on the plane to try to swap it out because of cooties? The symbolism is there, people. Look closer to find out.


Colbert Interviews Weiner, Asks The 'Mad Men' Questions We're All Thinking

Colbert voices all of our criticisms of 'Mad Men'. As we wrap up the front half of the final season of Mad Men, it's time to clear the air, and Colbert does exactly that when he sits down with series creator and showrunner Mathew Weiner. He touches on the following during the brief interview: Why is the season split in the frustrating Breaking Bad fashion? Why is everything so sad in the show? Does Mathew Weiner fear 70's fashion? And oh, so much more. So take a look, mourn the loss, then curse the creator (Weiner, not God) for drawing this out far longer than he should have.


Made Man's 'Men Of The Moment': Vince Gilligan

Spend twenty minutes with the man! Keep an eye on this Gilligan kid. He's got a promising career in television. Made Man recently sat down with the drama juggernaut to talk about success, the future, and, of course, Breaking Bad. It's interesting to revisit the show a) because it's awesome, and b) because it's been long enough since the maelstrom of coverage that we get a slightly different perspective. Granted, it's only been like a couple months, but it FEELS like a long time. Whatever. It's Breaking Bad-related. Just watch it.