‘Touchy Feely’: Rosemarie DeWitt as director Lynn Shelton’s Emotional Cornerstone

Rosemarie DeWitt is a face you probably recognize. She’s popped up in television shows, indie films, and has a background in New York theatre. Some of DeWitt’s most compelling work has been with director Lynn Shelton in Your Sister’s Sister and more recently, Touchy Feely. Your Sister’s Sister is a comedy (comedy-drama) and for a … Continue reading ‘Touchy Feely’: Rosemarie DeWitt as director Lynn Shelton’s Emotional Cornerstone

Who Run the Emmys? Women.

Despite the buzz around the usual suspects—Mad Men and Breaking Bad—last night’s Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live seemed to be coming up ladies. Even though the show was hosted by Neil Patrick Harris—who seems to be taking on one too many hosting duties—Amy Poehler and Tina Fey started the night out on a good … Continue reading Who Run the Emmys? Women.

Mad (Wo)Men 6×13: “Well, aren’t you lucky to have decisions.”

Everyone’s disappointed that Mad Men‘s clues and parallels between Megan Draper and Sharon Tate didn’t pan out in the season finale. But my question is: Didn’t it? There was no physical violence or murder plot carried out, but if we think back to Don’s L.A. hallucination: Megan appeared to him. Surprised to see her, she … Continue reading Mad (Wo)Men 6×13: “Well, aren’t you lucky to have decisions.”

Mad (Wo)Men 6×11: “Maybe I’ll make it worth your while.”

Peggy Olson Despite Peggy’s quick progress up the corporate ladder as a copywriter, this season seems to be demonstrating how traditional Peggy’s values really are. Last week, when Joan went against the grain to bring in a new client, Peggy chastised her for being in the wrong, which is the same argument Pete Campbell presented to … Continue reading Mad (Wo)Men 6×11: “Maybe I’ll make it worth your while.”