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  • Jenny Lower

    Jenny Lower is a Los Angeles-based freelance journalist who has been writing about culture and the arts since 2007. Her work has appeared in Los Angeles magazine, LA Weekly, Stage Raw, and the Ventura County Reporter. Some of her favorite interview subjects include Gary Baseman, T.C. Boyle, Stephen Tobolowsky, and Naomi Wolf. As a theater and now television critic, she has spent hundreds of hours sitting in the dark. Mad Men is one of her favorite TV shows.

 

"Mad Men" Season 7, Episode 7 Recap: Don’t Be So Cynical

As America heads to the moon, things take a turn for the better. Then the worse. Then the better Read more...

"Mad Men" Season 7, Episode 6 Recap: Have Station Wagon, Will Travel

Peggy really doesn't want you to know she's turning 30 Read more...

"Mad Men" Season 7, Episode 5 Recap: Brother, Can You Spare a Nipple?

Stephanie’s a Madonna, Megan’s a whore, Ginsberg’s just crazy Read more...

"Mad Men" Season 7, Episode 4 Recap: Don Faces His Demons

The metaphors take a turn for the literal as the season deepens Read more...

"Mad Men" Season 7 Episode 3 Recap: Crime and Punishment

In "A Field Trip," Don walks a mortifying gauntlet at SC&P, but there is literally no place for him Read more...

"Mad Men" Season 7, Episode 2: Race to the Top

After six seasons of dodging color, the show serves up a meaty storyline to Don Draper’s long-suffering black secretary Read more...

"Mad Men" Season 7 Episode 1: A Low-Key Start to a Big Finish?

The SC&P crew tries to keep it together as the '60s come to a close and we wonder: By the time we come to the end of Don Draper’s epic saga, will audiences still care? Read more...

Jon Hamm Can Beat You in a Staring Contest and Other Lessons from PaleyFest's "Mad Men" Panel

"Mad Men" cast discusses season seven, letting go, and whether the whole show was really about Peggy Read more...

The Room is the Best Worst Movie Ever Made. Now There's A Book About It

For those yet to wallow in the mire that is "The Room," the film defies nearly every convention of filmmaking, storytelling, logic, and human speech. How in the hell was it made? Read more...

Mad Men Season Seven Predictions

1969 lies around the corner in the Mad Men universe, its summer packed with historical markers: the Stonewall Riots, the Chappaquiddick incident, Woodstock, and the Manson murders. Read more...

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