If you've been anywhere near the Internet for the past two weeks then you're well aware of how psyched Game of Thrones fans are about the fact that winter is coming.

Meanwhile, a smaller and far less vocal group is equally excited about the return of January.

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Jon Hamm completed a 30-day treatment program for alcohol addiction this week. His publicist issued a statement today saying that the actor voluntarily checked into Silver Hill Hospital in New Canaan, Connecticut at the end of February. 

Hamm, of course, rose to fame portraying alcoholic ad man Don Draper on the acclaimed AMC drama Mad Men.

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The end of an era will soon be upon us. After seven seasons, 47,000 Scotches, and several gallons of pomade, the critically acclaimed AMC series Mad Men will begin airing its final episodes in April.

The show's creators are notoriously tight-lipped when it comes to plot details, but today AMC posted a couple photos of boozy adman Don Draper living out the final days of the '60s:

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Fans are understandably upset by AMC's decision to split the seventh and final season of Mad Men into two truncated halves. It's a strategy that paid dividends for the Breaking Bad finale, but is unlikely to provide a similar ratings boost in this case.

In fact, it may well drive casual viewers away from the acclaimed series.

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Talk about a demotion! What's Peggy doing chasing down customers in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant?

Oh, just demonstrating the pluck and ambition necessary for a woman to climb the corporate ladder in 1969 (or today, for that matter). As usual, of course, her male colleagues (even the ones who work beneath her) aren't struggling quite so mightily.

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In the fourth season of Mad Men, Don Draper - adrift, drunk and newly divorced - broke down into tears after learning of the death of his sole confidant, Anna Draper.

It was a moment that astounded fans and inspired countless memes based on the sight of the usually aloof ad man's outpouring of raw emotion.

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It's always strange to see the offices of Sterling-Cooper (or whatever they're calling it these days) devoid of click-clacking typewriters and comely secretaries.

After all, the last time Don Draper walked into a silent lobby he discovered his co-workers huddled around a television watching coverage of the JFK assassination. 

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