mean mad men


Kelly: Well, I manage my department, and I’ve been doing that for several years now, and God, I’ve learned a lot of life lessons along the way.

Jim: Your department’s just you, right?

Kelly: Yes, Jim, but I am not easy to manage.

‘Search Committee’ The Office, 7x25/26


Dwight: It’s a terrible idea.

Jim: What is?

Dwight: Them in there all together. They stay in there too long, they’re gonna get on the same cycle. Wreak havoc on our plumbing.

‘Boys and Girls’ The Office, 2x15

What she says: I’m fine.

What she means: HOW DID MAD MEN NOT WIN BEST DRAMA? Not only has it been a consistently intelligent, deeply symbolic show for 7 seasons, but it transports you to the 1960’s. It perfectly blends drama, wit, style, and business: what more do you want, Emmys? Look at how far each character has come from season 1 to season 7: the character development astounds me. Just watch Peggy Olson in “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” followed by “Lost Horizon.” That is how you do character development. Did any other nominated show end with a Coke ad about world peace? I don’t think so. THIS IS NOT GREAT, BOB!

I am amazed at misogynistic women who go to strip clubs or places where there are female dancers and strippers, and just sit there with their arms crossed slut-shaming and judging. Especially the ones with their boyfriends or partners. You mad? I mean, men do it too, but damn, y’all really don’t have to go if you don’t like it. Why you sitting up there mad? Just admire and cheer. I bet, they be the same women trying to copy those ‘hoes’ moves to impress their boyfriends or whoever, and then be like, “But I do mine with class.” Shut up, some of y’all are no more sexual than the next woman. Stop it.