Stars Bryan Cranston, Connie Britton, Andrew Lincoln, Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Moss discuss their shows and craft during a roundtable with Los Angeles Times writer Greg Braxton. Watch more from the Envelope Round Table series.
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Even if you’re not wild about Harry, you have to admit: he’s onto something with this whole TV thing. Mad Men’s Harry Crane (played by Rich Sommer) found his calling in the show’s second
Rich Sommer: I was so happy to see Danny Siegel in the script when I saw it. Of course, happier to see him karate-chop John [Slattery] in the balls. Maybe one of the single best moments in the show. I loved it so much.
… I can tell you that this is a show where just about everyone hugs when we get to work—we hang out outside of work, we hang out inside of work. I was texting with Lizzie Moss at five this morning about the episode last night.
This line, coupled with Megan’s “it’s all I’m good for” line, must be part of the Megan-is-Sharon-Tate theory.
Then there’s the T-shirt Megan was wearing at the end of the episode, which Janie Bryant confirmed was inspired by a Sharon Tate photo in a 1967 issue of Esquire:
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“I don’t see it as a series. Maybe a movie.”
I watched this episode today. Mad Men fans, check out the second screenshot from the top in the left column: The same actor who played Young Michael Bluth has been playing Young Dick Whitman. Brandon Killham
Aaron Staton, who plays the hard-working, hard-dancing advertising executive Ken Cosgrove on “Mad Men,” discusses his moment in the spotlight from the episode “The Crash.”