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“Fact: The grilled cheese sandwich was invented by the J. Walter Thompson advertising agency, in 1936.” Louis Witting has some other surprising news for you, too.
“Sad that another season of Mad Men has come and gone? Wondering what you’re supposed to do with yourself while you await Season 6?” Ken Honeywell has eight suggestions.
“I’d like to think that fear of a higher power is not the only or best reason to grow a backbone and take responsibility for your life. Sometimes, you stay put because it’s the right thing to do.” Ken Honeywell finishes another season of Mad Men.
“It’s the idea you love. You have a vision, and the only thing standing between your vision and its realization is that somebody has to convince the client to give you the money to make it real.” Ken Honeywell has ideas about Mad Men.
“It was a confusing time to be a kid; maybe it’s always confusing to be a kid, but looking back through the lens of Mad Men, it seems the late ’60s were especially so.” Ken Honeywell grows up.
“You work with a bunch of bright, talented people who are looking for better ways to sell Carnation Instant Breakfast to the masses; meanwhile, beefy policemen with nightsticks are beating people in the streets. Rome burns; you fiddle.” Ken Honeywell rosins up the bow.
“In ‘The Better Half,’ Episode 9 of Season 6 of Mad Men, we find ourselves placed squarely in the middle of Matthew Weiner’s season-long–perhaps series-long–obsession with doubles and doppelgängers.” Ken Honeywell is of two minds.
“We’re not sure what’s real and what’s not, and it makes for an unsettling and ultimately confusing hour of television.” Ken Honeywell leans into the confusion.
“The CGC team is moving into SCDP’s offices, and everything is a mess. Boxes are stacked everywhere and people are stacked like boxes. Joanie’s just stacked.” Ken Honeywell has the latest Mad Men news.