After our Milky Way collapses (pulverizing Earth in an instant), it is replaced by the StarCreme NougatSwirl Galaxy. Spawning ground of an orderly and peaceful Nirvana, the new galaxy is based on the voluntary double helix. This is reflected in everything from the shape of its most populous Yape-Sidara Dual Parallel Solar Systems to the reciprocating orbits of Ya-Si's central planetary twins [...]
Matthew Weiner Addresses Those Bob Benson Conspiracy Theories
Dr. Zira: “Love Sally's smile. That apple does not fall far from the tree...”
And everyone yells at him! Ken, Jim, Pete … did you ever feel like the resident punching bag?
It’s funny. There are so many pressures on these guys. You see them dealing with so much. And then Bob comes in smiling ear to ear. He’s an easy target, quite frankly. But he’s confident in himself. That’s something the producers told me: “You don’t become bashful about your own sense of self. He has real confidence.” Even though there’s an affable quality to him, there’s also a confidence, a steely resolve to take those punches and roll with them, which I loved.
Wendy [to Don]: “Do you want to get it on?”
“The Crash,” May 19, 2013
Anachronism alert! While this episode takes place in 1967, the term get it on, or to have sex, didn’t come about until 1971, according to the OED, appearing in B.B. Johnson’s Blues for a Black Sister: “She gripped him with her legs and they got it on.” But if anyone can antedate this term, please let us know in the comments.