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August 29, 2015


Review: Mad Men - Shut the Door, Have a Seat (season finale)

by Allison Waldman, posted Nov 9th 2009 12:01AM
It's a cold Friday, December 13, 1963. The President's been killed and the world as Don Draper knows it has pretty much fallen apart. For most of the season, the ground has been shifting under Don's feet and he's be holding on, trying to right himself and his life. He's tried with Betty. He's tried for Sally and Bobby and Gene -- at least as much as Don is able to try.

With Conrad Hilton he's never been on a level playing field, and from the moment he was forced to sign the contract, Sterling Cooper has not been his domain as it had been. With this episode, this season finale, all was changed and, perhaps, all has been righted. More after the jump.

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Private Practice: Who is the father of Violet's baby?

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Apr 24th 2009 3:07PM
Private PracticeThere is one episode left in this second season of Private Practice and we still don't know who is the father of Violet's baby is. Are you getting tired like me of this ongoing mystery? Since the reveal may happen during next week's season finale, it's time we make our predictions as to who is the father of the baby: Sheldon or Pete? Place your bets in our poll after the jump!

The rest of the post contains information revealed in last night's episode so proceed with caution.

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Celebrity Big Brother Day Eight update: task failed, Traci angers Jodie

by Martin Conaghan, posted Jan 12th 2006 6:45PM

Traci BinghamThe Celebrity Big Brother housemates will have to survive on basic rations and £1 per day, per person, for the next week following their failure to complete the variety of allocated tasks.

According to the British tabloid newspaper, The Sun, 79-year-old British celebrity Jimmy Savile will be entering the house for one day over the weekend, possibly to try and break up the tense atmosphere generated by the presence of Jodie Marsh and her attention-seeking behaviour. Savile is probably best known for his long-running BBC television show, Jim'll Fix It, where he made the wishes of members of the public come true.

Jodie continues to spend most of the time in a foul mood, and vented her anger earlier today over Traci Bingham's joint diary room session with Samuel Preston, unaware that the pair were organizing plans for their birthday celebrations which will be spent as guest of Big Brother.

The first eviction of the series will take place on Friday night, with George Galloway, Jodie Marsh and Pete Burns all up for the chop, so check back here for updates.

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