Remember in the last episode at the stables when Arthur talks about his girlfriend and how she reminds him of a character in F Scott Fitzgerald’s The Diamond as Big as the Ritz? He was beaten as a kid and turned out to be a right git — a fact he’s more than aware of. Outnumbered’s Karen will have to raise her game. Watch Three Sundays on iPlayer. It’s been hinted at, but finally boiled over with Anita going to confession and telling Father Gill everything: But then we witnessed a moment of hostility from sister Anita, as she told mum Katherine that Peggy is getting away with murder. Getting into draft talk, team needs going forward After a few weeks away, the Raiders. Is Roger Sterling heading towards a mid-coital heart attack?

We met Don and Betty canoodling in bed on a lazy Sunday morning, only to be interrupted by wee Bobby and Sally. He’s been pretty nice all episode It’s obvious why it had to be, but it makes you realise how much of the Mad Men world is indoors. Narrated by Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe, From The Ground Up, takes the viewer on an unprecedented look into the techniques and technologies, the steel and the stress, and the lives of the men and women responsible for building an ultra-modern stadium in Southern Nevada. Check out additional footage of the caliche blasting that took place on the Las Vegas Stadium site. Is this a self-hating thing? Culture watch now with added Betty affair watch! Anyone who has had the dubious pleasure of an afternoon at their father’s office will appreciate her naughtiness.

After Peggy’s mum has Father Gill over to dinner, Peggy helps him out with public-speaking tips for his big sermon, and everything’s looking kinda rosy for Ms Olson. All to Betty’s annoyance and Don’s ambivalence. Did you notice that Peggy’s sister has a portrait of JFK on the wall of her living room? Take our quiz and test your knowledge. I like that while Don is a total bastard mainaa the people he works with, and his wife, and his secretary — he’s reluctant to be horrible to his kids.

But then we witnessed a moment of hostility from sister Anita, as she told mum Katherine that Peggy is getting away with murder. Is this why he’s less likely to be a wedss disciplinarian? Meanwhile, at the Draper householdBetty’s had enough wesd Don bottling out of disciplining the kids. He’s been pretty nice all episode From The Ground Up Presented by. Bobby Draper is the sweetest little kid on Otta. Watch Three Sundays on iPlayer. Ambiguity seeps through everything Draper does.

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Meanwhile her sister flirts with the dishy priest and swans off back to Brooklyn whenever she pleases. Culture watch now with added Betty affair watch!

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Is Roger Sterling heading towards a mid-coital heart attack? Check out additional footage of the caliche blasting that took place on the Las Vegas Stadium site.

Three Sundays was, I think, my favourite episode of the series so far, mixing business and the mucked-up home lives of Peggy and Don brilliantly.

Perhaps, because her younger daughter is doing so well professionally, she can turn a blind eye to Peggy’s nonchalance.

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Dropping gum on the floor, admiring Joan’s chest, disturbing Kinsey and, er, getting drunk. Show 25 25 50 All. As one of last week’s commenters sexedup pointed out, we’ve not seen much of poor Peggy Olson these last few weeks — she’s been reduced to “not much more than a sour-faced gymslip mom”.

Or is it, as he says, because he just doesn’t want his kids to hate him like he hated his “dad”. Since their inception inthe Raiders have never had a stadium of their own. Katherine, it’s fair to say, was nonplussed. Peggy’s obviously in a sticky situation, but she’s also the one being praised by her mother for her swish job. Getting into draft talk, team needs going forward After a few weeks away, the Raiders. This whole plot arc was deftly done. Additional Footage Caliche Blasting Check out additional footage of the caliche blasting that took place on the Las Vegas Stadium site.

Topics Mad Men TV and radio blog. Duck to Harry at the airline meeting: The American Airlines bid failing Remember in the last episode at the stables when Arthur talks tita his girlfriend and how she reminds him of a character in F Scott Fitzgerald’s The Diamond as Big as the Ritz?

Design Build Since their inception inthe Raiders have never had a stadium of their own. Narrated by Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe, Episode Two of From The Ground Up, adventures through the early phases of the Las Vegas Stadium project with an in-depth look at how dirt and caliche was removed to dig the stadium below ground level.

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We’ll give that a 0. From The Ground Up – Ep. Also, more proof that Sterling Cooper may not be quite the big hitter Sterling and Cooper might like to think. Watch an extra feature from the first episode of From The Ground Up. Is this a self-hating thing?

Don 1 — Duck 0. The kids’ innocent naughtiness continued through the episode — a burnt hand here, a broken record player there.

He was beaten mainz a kid and turned out to be a right git — a fact he’s more than aware of. With the footings in place, the building goes vertical, with elevator cores serving as the building’s backbone and the first of the decking that will be the main entrance. It could be read as spitefulness by a sibling envious of her sister’s city living wess all, Peggy couldn’t have possibly kept both the baby and her job but the anger seems justified.

Well, in a lovely bit of narrative synergy, last night we briefly saw Betty reading Babylon Revisited and Other Storiesa Fitzgerald collection featuring, yep, The Diamond as Big as the Ritz. It’s obvious why it had to be, but it makes you realise how much of the Mad Men world is indoors.

Denver Broncos make trade with Baltimore Ravens John Elway is still trying to find a franchise quarterback for the Broncos. That and the fact it’s not her holding hota baby. Little Sally Draper pottering around the office making mischief. Eposode looking like Harry’s promotion gambit last week hasn’t quite paid wrds yet. Using Father Gill to do it, rather than a glass-smashing dinner-table argument, was as subtle and nuanced a trick as you’d expect from the show — a predictable scenario made infinitely more interesting by keeping the protagonists away from each other.

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