April 13, 2010
 

MAD-WOMEN's Donna Draper

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Next week, on Monday, Sept. 21 Oprah will be taking a trip back in time to the 1960s. She has produced a special episode will feature a blast-from-the-past '60s themed set, a studio audience decked out in their best '60s costumes, appearances by "Mad Men's" Jon Hamm and January Jones and a few surprise guests! One of them will "not" be Tom DeLay.

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Oprah herself will wear a one-of-a- kind dress created by the show's designer, Janie Bryant. Plus, she'll unveil what would have been her "Favorite Things" from the 1960s.

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Since this coincides with Advertising Week, a straw poll indicates that at least 99 44/100's percent of pure real life Mad Men and Mad Women attending the week-long event boondoggle are making pledges to consume vast amounts of alcohol and tobacco so that attendees at various events will feel what it was like to work at Sterling Cooper.

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President Vladimir Putin of Russia is scheduling an appearance on the show later in the season. Plans being negotiated are that he will rename Russia back to the USSR as the cliffhanger. He plans on wearing Nikita Khrushchev's shoes at a visit to the UN to commemorate Khrushchev's fancy footwork.

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Angela Merkel, president of Germany has ordered in 200,000 tons of concrete to be delivered to Berlin as a way to jumpstart that country's building industry. Should Germany's economy not respond to the opportunity there is talk about building a special replica of the Berlin Wall in time for the holidays.


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