This week on our pop-culture podcast, we discuss women in comedy, Mad Men’s finale (spoilers!), and the film ‘Iris’
Yes, the Leafs snagged a big fish in new coach Mike Babcock. But it seems unlikely he’ll be able to turn them around quickly—and he’ll need to.
A recap of the series finale of Mad Men, and analysis of what to make of that ending, and the show
Our pop-culture podcast talks to CityNews’ Shauna Hunt, discusses the cancellation of two defining TV shows, and debates the Hamburglar rebrand
In the second half of our Canada-exclusive interview, the creator of Mad Men discusses that D.B. Cooper theory and why the ending doesn’t matter
In the first half of our Canada-exclusive interview, Mad Men’s creator discusses the magnetism of Don Draper and the show’s literary allusions
Our pop-culture podcast discusses HBO’s Scientology documentary ‘Going Clear,’ and Kim Kardashian’s selfie book
A recap of the fifth episode of Mad Men’s season 7B and analysis of one big moment: A hallucinatory Jack Kerouac shout-out
Our pop-culture podcast discusses trans issues with a trans writer, and talks to Dimitri Reeves, Baltimore’s ‘Michael Jackson protester’
Any argument in favour of watching Floyd Mayweather fight Manny Pacquiao—the meta death rattle of a once-proud sports institution—is untenable.
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Dimitri Reeves took to the tense streets of Baltimore and tried to calm things the only way he knew how: with the power of music and dance
A recap of the fourth episode of Mad Men’s season 7B and analysis of a single moment: the end of an agency
Our pop-culture podcast asks Raffi what makes a great kids’ entertainer, discusses Ben Affleck’s fiasco, and reveals our first pop-culture crushes