On The Daily Show last night, Jason Jones met with Tad Devine, a political consultant, to talk about the increasing emphasis on "the women's vote" among the remaining presidential candidates. After pointing out that many of the discussions about women in Washington don't actually involve women, Jones invited Joanne Smith (Girls for Gender Equity), Julie Menin (Eleanor's Legacy), Sonia Ossorio (NOW NYC), and representatives from Emily's List and the League of Women Voters to join in.
What would happen if the Capitol sent 24 characters from Mad Men to the arena to kill or be killed? Would Betty's ennui be enough to take on Don's powers of manipulation? Does Sally have what it takes to compete against Joan? Can Roger convince his sponsors to keep the booze coming? Which Mad Men tribute truly has the odds ever in their favor?
We imagined said SCDP Hunger Games in the infographic after the jump. Take a look at our arena, and vote in our poll to determine which tribute would be the victor!
After 18 long months, Mad Men returned last night with a two-hour episode, bringing plenty of cocktails, office power plays, and surprise-party dance numbers along with it:
Don't let my fake laugh deceive you—I'm so pissed right now." - Don
Andi, Annalee, and I will be recapping Mad Men this season (just like we did with Project Runway All Stars). However, since we assume you watch the show too—and since there are plenty of summary recaps out there—we'll be picking and choosing parts we find most interesting to talk about each week. Be sure to join in in the comments!