Draper vs. Draper? Analyzing the 'Mad Men' season 6 key art
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Draper vs. Draper? Analyzing the 'Mad Men' season 6 key art

Why does Don have a doppelganger? Whose hand is he holding? Where is the plane headed?

We still have about a month to go before the April 7th premiere of "Mad Men" season 6, and given Matt Weiner's penchant for secrecy, don't expect much, if any, information about what's happening — or even, as usual, when it's happening.

AMC did release one set of clues today, in the form of the season 6 key art, drawn by veteran illustrator Brian Sanders. It's an intriguing image that raises all sorts of questions and theories about the new season, like: 

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Firewall & Iceberg Podcast, episode 172: '30 for 30: Survive and Advance,' 'Justified,' 'SNL' & more

Dan and Alan also answer questions about DVRs, pilot casting and 'previously on' clips

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Last week, we thought the Firewall & Iceberg Podcast would be short. Instead, it was our longest ever. This week, we also thought it would be short, and it was — but only by the absurd F&I standards, in that it still clocked in around an hour. Another slow week brought with it more check-ins, a review of the latest "30 for 30" documentary, some listener mail and even a few minutes of sports talk! The lineup:

30 For 30's "Survive and Advance" (00:01:30 - 00:11:35)
"Justified" check-in (00:11:45 - 00:29:15)
"Saturday Night Live" check-in (00:29:15 - 00:39:30)
Listener Mail: Pilot casting (00:39:45 - 00:45:45)
Listener Mail: DVR impact on advertisers (00:45:50 - 00:50:20)
Listener Mail: Rotten Tomatoes for TV (00:50:40 - 00:53:35)
Listener Mail: "Walking Dead" and spoiler-y "Previously on" segments (00:53:35 - 00:59:40)
Sports Blather (00:59:50 - 01:04:50)
 
As always, you can subscribe to The Firewall & Iceberg Podcast over at the iTunes Store, where you can also rate us and comment on us. Or you can always follow our RSS Feed, download the MP3 file or stream it on Dan's blog.

And as always, feel free to e-mail us questions for the podcast.

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<p>Wallace Shawn and Julianna Margulies in a scene from last night's &quot;The Good Wife.&quot;</p>

Wallace Shawn and Julianna Margulies in a scene from last night's "The Good Wife."

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Be our guest: How 'The Good Wife' has mastered the art of stunt casting

Wallace Shawn's turn last night as a drug kingpin lawyer was just the show's latest bit of guest star inspiration

I was going to write up a post devoted solely to last night's episode of "The Good Wife," if only so I could begin with the line "just as soon as I sing the the 'Growing Pains' theme song." But I was inspired by Wallace Shawn's turn as Lamond Bishop's intimidating lawyer to instead write about how well that show, and some others on TV right now, use guest stars.

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<p>Marnie (Allison Williams)&nbsp;sings on &quot;Girls.&quot;</p>

Marnie (Allison Williams) sings on "Girls."

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Review: 'Girls' - 'On All Fours'

Marnie finds her voice, Hannah battles her OCD and Adam tries being a good boyfriend

A review of tonight's "Girls" coming up just as soon as I have the face of an old-timey criminal...

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<p>David Morrissey as the Governor on &quot;The Walking Dead.&quot;</p>

David Morrissey as the Governor on "The Walking Dead."

Credit: AMC

Review: 'The Walking Dead' - 'Arrow on the Doorpost'

Rick and the Governor try to talk through their differences

A review of tonight's "The Walking Dead" coming up just as soon as I bring my butler...

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<p>Gillian Jacobs and Joel McHale in &quot;Community.&quot;</p>

Gillian Jacobs and Joel McHale in "Community."

Credit: NBC

Review: 'Community' - 'Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations'

Jeff confronts his father, while the group tries to escape Shirley's awful Thanksgiving dinner

A review of tonight's "Community" coming up just as soon as I have to do a Jewish thing in the other room...

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<p>Rex Lee and Carly Chaikin in &quot;Suburgatory.&quot;</p>

Rex Lee and Carly Chaikin in "Suburgatory."

Credit: ABC

Review: 'Suburgatory' - 'How to Be a Baby'

Noah becomes obsessed with Carmen, Tessa helps Jill and Dahlia gets Mr. Wolf a makeover

A quick review of last night's "Suburgatory" coming up just as soon as I write to your AOL address...

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<p>Matthew Rhys as Phillip as &quot;Clark&quot;&nbsp;on &quot;The Americans.&quot;</p>

Matthew Rhys as Phillip as "Clark" on "The Americans."

Credit: FX

Review: 'The Americans' - 'Trust Me'

The KGB's mole hunt creates problems for Phillip, Elizabeth, Nina and even the kids

A review of tonight's "The Americans" coming up just as soon as it's a duck holiday...

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<p>Brian Van Holt and Josh Hopkins in &quot;Cougar Town.&quot;</p>

Brian Van Holt and Josh Hopkins in "Cougar Town."

Credit: TBS

Review: 'Cougar Town' - 'Make It Better'

Jules and her dad battle injury at the same time, while Grayson tries to give Travis some game

A quick review of last night's "Cougar Town" coming up just as soon as I have non-McConnaughey examples...

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<p>Raylan (Timothy Olyphant)&nbsp;takes a swing on &quot;Justified.&quot;</p>

Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) takes a swing on "Justified."

Credit: FX

Review: 'Justified' - 'The Hatchet Tour'

Raylan takes a desperate gamble to find Drew Thompson, while Tim goes hunting for Colton

A review of tonight's "Justified" coming up just as soon as I'm looking at a bright future in mall security...

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