She joins cast mates Jon Hamm and John Slattery in paying a visit to Springfield.
"The weirdest thing is having to make, like, sex noises."
It's already March, and TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz already expects this miniseries to make his year-end "Top 10" list.
"You don’t want to be put in any position — pun intended — that’s not good."
The miniseries, which stars Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss, aired in one fell swoop in Park City.
"I will spoil that."
She can't say much, but ... read between the lines.
Her co-star says she's off the show ... sort of.
At least for Emmy purposes.
"It’s Jon Hamm. I play Don Draper."
And Diane Keaton's wearing Milkbone underpants.
She's in final talks.
Let us know who you think needs to have a serious talk with their stylist tomorrow.
"That's who they are to me," says Lynch.
They'll star in a West End adaptation of 'The Children's Hour.'
Moss's favorite line said by Peggy this season? "Playgrounds."
As if he wasn't perfect enough already.
They may never consummate their close relationship, she says.
Plus: Alexis Bledel joins Geoffrey Fletcher's 'Violet and Daisy.'
Peggy was a buttoned-up, Brooklyn-born-and-bred 20-year-old Catholic secretary in season one. And now? Wow.
Everyone who's anyone, and anyone who's dressed.
Plus: Drew Barrymore rips woman's face off.
With our favorite couple now in splitsville, who is there left to root for?
Plus: Nightcrawler gets a dad.