Episode #15 – The More Things Change…


Our pal and Mad Men megafan Margarita joins us once again to hash out topics surrounding the fourth season of AMC’s Mad Men and its season finale, including:

-Was the finale a poor episode, or are fans just upset that it didn’t go the way they wanted?

-Lamenting Mad Men‘s continuing racefail

-The long-awaited onscreen emergence of “Poan” (pictured above)

-Is Joan’s a “bad” marriage?

-How about that abortion storyline?

-Fat suit flashback

-Our ~*^hopes and dreams^*~ for next year


“Chalky White: Boardwalk Empire’ puts ‘Mad Men’ to shame” [TheLoop21.com]

“No One’s Ever on Your Side: Betty Draper Francis Still Needs Your Love” [Tiger Beatdown]

“Do Multiple Abortions Actually Harm Your Ability to Conceive?” [Jezebel]

End music:

“Cato as a Pun” by Of Montreal


Episode #14 – Night of Light, Book of Faces

Actors Jesse Eisenberg and Joseph Mazzello are shown playing the roles of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his associate Dustin Moskovitz. They are looking intently at a computer screen.

Jesse Eisenberg and Joseph Mazello in The Social Network

The image is a wide angle shot of a crowd of people inside a gallery space with a high ceiling. You can see three large paintings on the wall.

Nuit Blanche 2010 at the Winnipeg Art Gallery


Nuit Blanche — it’s sweeping the globe! And it came to Winnipeg before New York, apparently. A bit on some Winnipeg art stuff — Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan, Mark Saunders, Wanda Koop. Plus: cop talk.

The Social Network — Cynara gives her (favourable) thoughts on the Facebook movie. They’re favourable mostly vis a vis something called “The Peter Griffin Factor.”


Shawna Dempsey & Lorri Millan

Wanda Koop

Mark Saunders’ cop sculpture