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Mad Men, Ep. 6.3, “The Collaborators”: Love and War

Mad Men, Season 6, Episode 3: “The Collaborators”

Written by Jonathan Igla and Matthew Weiner

Directed by Jon Hamm

Airs Sundays at 10pm Et on AMC

There is an undercurrent of war present in “The Collaborators,” exclusively in the scenes concerning infidelity. Pete flirts with his neighbors at a party and is struck with the news that North Koreans have taken captive a Us ship. A moment of post-coital bliss shared by Don and Sylvia is interrupted by news reports of the Tet Offensive. Dr. Rosen engages Don in discussion of both events at dinner before he has to take a call, leaving Don and Sylvia alone together. Johnny Carson is interrupted by a report from Vietnam as Pete anxiously awaits Trudy’s return. It’s worth pointing out that both these events—the Tet Offensive and the Pueblo affair—involved countries violating treaties.

The most electrifying declaration of war comes courtesy of Trudy Campbell.
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Hal Holbrook to be feted by Actors Fund during L.A. Tonys party

Hal Holbrook to be feted by Actors Fund during L.A. Tonys party
The Actors Fund will be honoring Tony winner Hal Holbrook during their annual Los Angeles screening of the best of Broadway kudocast. The award, named for five-time Tony champ Julie Harris, will be presented at the end of the evening, following the airing of the Tony Awards. The event at the Skirball Center will be produced and written by Marc Cherry (producer/creator of "Desperate Housewives") and David Rambo (producer/writer of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"). Holbrook won Best Play Actor in 1966 for "Mark Twain Tonight!"  He contended for the first of 12 Emmys for his taped performance of that role the following year. He won Best Drama Actor for "The Bold Ones" in 1971, both Best Movie Actor and Actor of the Year for "Pueblo" in 1974, Best Limited Series Actor for "Lincoln" in 1976 and Best Performance in Informational Programming in 1989 for "Alaska." Most recently, he contended for his first Oscar ...
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