The Impossibly Sexy Elisabeth Moss Plays F***, Marry, Kill with the Men of Sterling Cooper

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The Impossibly Sexy Elisabeth Moss Plays F***, Marry, Kill with the Men of Sterling Cooper

By Dustin Rowles | Pajiba Love | April 4, 2013 | Comments ()


I'm very sad to bring you the news that Roger Ebert lost his battle with cancer today. He was a smart critic, a revolutionary voice, an inspiration to so many of us, and a courageous and determined fighter until the very end. Rest in peace. Mr. Ebert. (Chicago Sun-Times)

After the announcement that Fallon had taken over The Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel bought Fallon's entire staff a congratulatory lunch. That's a helluva gesture, Jimmy. If this is not a heartening indication that the next generation of late-night hosts are going to be more civil than the previous, I don't know what is. (Twitter)

Everyone knows that "The Walking Dead" and "Game of Thrones" get great ratings, but what about the other cable shows you watch? How do they compare to each other? I think you might be surprised by how low-rated some are (e.g., "Justified"), and how comparatively highly rated others are (e.g., "The Client List"). (WG)

In the new issue of GQ, "Mad Men's" Elisabeth Moss plays F*ck, Marry, Kill with the men of Sterling Cooper. Guess who she wants to kill? You get one guess. YOU'RE RIGHT. (Uproxx)

Here's our first look at the zombies from Amazon's Zombieland television pilot, based on the film. Man, that show is brightly lit. (EW)


You know this list of the 10 silliest ways in which movie characters have been resurrected is beyond the pale when not even a Freddy or Jason makes the list. (FSR)

I wasn't going to watch the MTV Movie Awards on April 14th, but maybe I'll check out the opening, which will reunite the cast of Pitch Perfect (Anna Kendrick!) with host Rebel Wilson. (Billboard)


Lena Headey, i.e., "Game of Thrones" Queen Cersei, is somehow broke. According to divorce documents, she has less than $5 in her bank account. She's in FIVE movies and "Game of Thrones" this year. Where is that money going? What is she buying? Did she turn her bathroom toilet into a real-life Iron Throne? (SFGate)

Beyonce has BIG news everybody. Today, she released a teaser commercial for a Pepsi commercial she's going to do because Beyonce really thinks a lot of herself and very little of her fans. Drink Pepsi! (DListed)

Hey! Remember when Patrick Bateman took an axe to a guy's cranium in American Psycho to the splendid four-part harmonies of Huey Lewis and the News? Well, Huey Lewis has finally returned the favor. It's GOLD. (Slashfilm)

Here's 5 TV Shows that could used video game adaptations. Yes, "Archer" is on it. Don't insult Unreality's intelligence by thinking otherwise. (Unreality)

Brad Pitt is returning to Word War II, taking the lead in Fury, about a five-man tank crew battling Nazis. "We're going to be doing one thing, and one thing only: Killing Nazis. With tanks." (The Loop)

If you like Ava Crowder on "Justified," do check out this enlightening interview with Joelle Carter. She likes to garden. She's JUST LIKE US YOUR GRANDMOTHER. (HoboTrashcan)

I had no idea that Jeremy Irons was, like, real-life in-cray-sane. Apparently, he's concerned that gay marriage in the United States may lead to fathers and sons marrying each other for, you know, the tax benefits. (Celebitchy)

Irons' anti-gay marriage rant is certainly not on the side of history, as not only do a majority of folks support same-sex marriage, now a majority of people support the legalization of marijuana. (Salon)

Of course that means that we're one step closer to being a nation of pot-smoking sodomites, and according to certain conservatives, gun control laws are also directly linked to bestiality. So, here's also to a future of peace-loving dog f**kers.

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Comments Are Welcome, Bigots and Trolls Are Not

  • cinemaniac

    Dustin, you rat bastard, Anna Kendrick isn't scheduled to be there! Why do you hate me?

  • Jo 'Mama' Besser

    I just don't see what it is that makes so many people complain about Elisabeth Moss' 'unattractiveness'. I don't understand how she's (or needs to be told she is) not good looking.

    Now, if I actually had a heart and not this nebulously-defined emotional fog enclosed within my body box (instead of this gaffa and mylar tape atrocity), this heart would break over the fact that she's a Scientologist. To that, I say to her, 'Hie Thee Hence!'

  • Is that Ron Perlman as the zombie grandmother? If not that is one ugly lady.

  • chanohack

    "If the gays can marry, what's to stop people from marrying their pets or children?"

    The number of times I have been asked this question on facebook is seriously. depressing. me.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    consent. consent. consent. Seriously. Why is this so hard for people to understand?

  • Bert_McGurt

    I think it's pretty telling that many of those same people feel the need to use terms like "legitimate rape". Consent is clearly not a concept they are familiar with.

    Why? Selfishness and arrogance come to mind.

  • PDamian

    Godspeed, Mr. Ebert, and thank you for all the wonderful reads. The balcony is well and truly closed.

    I'm so sorry to read about Jeremy Irons's leap off the deep end. I thought he was beyond hot in Brideshead Revisited (yes, I realize this dates me). I don't normally care too much about my favorite actors personal preferences or beliefs, but this is not just insane, but insupportable. I can't believe there are those who still equate homosexuality with incest, bestiality, etc., etc. It's the 21st century, for cryin' out loud. Read a book, people -- and not one written by Rush or Glen Beck.

  • Roger Ebert was a class act. Agree with him or not, he was always a great read. If you have only read his film reviews, you owe it to yourself to read his essays and interviews.

    His DVD commentaries for Casablanca, Citizen Kane and Seven Samurai are outstanding. Informative and entertaining.

    I can only hope that when I become ill and infirm, I handle it with half the grace and courage he did.

    I’m heartbroken.

  • I will miss his writings very much. He's lucky to have been surrounded by good people at the end, especially his devoted wife.

  • Jo 'Mama' Besser

    I feel for his wife, too. She's an almost impossibly good woman and those two were the real deal. I'm sure both husband and wife were never short of friends and admirers. He didn't 'lose' anything, he triumphed over despair and an extremely compromised physical state to keep doing what he loved, share love with his family and to give his commentary to his readers when he could've given up faultless in the eyes of the public. Whether you agreed with him or not, he was pretty badass in his handling of his illness.

    Sorry, I lost a couple of people to cancer within the last six months and now I'm all introspective and crap.

  • Sofia Carter

    uptil I looked at the receipt 4 $9302, I didnt believe that my brothers friend could realy taking home money in their spare time on there computar.. there aunts neighbour haz done this for only twenty two months and by now repaid the loans on their mini mansion and got a top of the range Jaguar E-type. I went here,

  • lowercase_ryan

    You're seriously gonna lump us in with potheads? Not cool bra.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Yeah, "impossibly sexy" are not words I would use to define her. "occasionally cute" would be more like it, appearance-wise.

    I'm not up with sexy-inflation. It's ok to have tv stars we like that are just average.

    And yes, Irons is cray-cray, sadly. Remember the women like a good grope every now and then thing?

  • F'mal DeHyde

    Monica Bellucci = impossibly sexy. Elizabeth Moss, not so much.

  • kirivinokur

    Marry Roger? That sounds like a bad idea. Why not Cosgrove?

  • Three_nineteen

    She can't marry Cosgrove, because she already fucked him by leaving him at SCDP when she jumped to the new firm.

  • katy

    Marry Roger, use him for sex, and then get a big divorce settlement out of him?

  • Blake

    Worked for Jane.

  • Definitely marry Cosgrove. Kill Pete. Fuck Don or Roger

  • BWeaves

    That's the best Elizabeth Moss has ever looked. And I could have predicted her Marry, Fuck, Kill list. It's pretty obvious.

  • Tracer Bullet

    This is the real reason gay marriage should become law: So Peggy can marry Joan.

    Also, if she's going to go the gold digger route with Roger, she's better off choosing Bert, who will certainly die much sooner.

  • Guest

    I always kinda though Bert was gay. Which even then would still make him a better choice then Roger.

    *Roger did have a heart attack in Season 1 and doesn't appear to have changed his lifestyle so Bert could easily out live him.

  • Good point and Bert would definitely treat his wife better. He'd be more like your gentleman companion that keeps you in the finest clothes and showers you in compliments but you could also have intellectual conversations about the Times. Not a bad gig.

  • Bert_McGurt

    Ms. Kendrick, don't sell yourself short. It's not difficult at all, if you get my drift (wink wink, nudge nudge, say no more).

  • toblerone

    R.I.P. Roger, now you can join Siskel in that balcony in the sky.

    My F!@#, Marry, Kill for the MM ladies: Joan / *Peggy / Betty

    *Subs: Midge, Rachel, Suzanne, Sukiyaki - Waitress / Elizabeth Tsing

  • Joe Grunenwald

    Is there a 'hate-f!@#' category?

  • toblerone

    Sadly no, but Betty would definitely fall into that category for me if there was.

  • My first instinct would be to put Joan in the fuck column but think of how badass your life would be if you married her. She would run that shit like a boss.

  • Long_Pig_Tailor

    Seriously. Plus, you know, you go to bed with Joan every night. Win.

    So marry Joan, fuck Megan, kill Betty. Because of course you kill Betty.

  • toblerone

    Side note: If Archer was made into a video game it would be Saints Row: The Third.

  • BWeaves


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