A few last, random “Mad Men” clicks:
— Matthew Weiner talks about the midseason finale — and says there will be no spinoffs. Too bad; I can see a fairly entertaining sitcom set at Peggy’s brownstone, can’t you?
— Actor Allan Havey, who plays Lou Avery, talks about what it’s like for a “Mad Men” superfan to land a role on the show (he went around and “sat in every seat on the set”), and about what a pro Kiernan Shipka is:
Well, we were rehearsing the scene and she was quiet, and I thought, Oh, she forgot her line. No. She didn’t forget. She was in the moment. She was wondering what this creep was doing in her dad’s office. I was the one who wasn’t in the moment. So when we did it again, I didn’t say anything to her, I just said to myself, Havey, just get back into it. Learn from this actor who’s been here for seven years.
— And, if Sunday night’s soft-shoe-in-argyle-socks routine left you wanting more of Robert Morse, song-and-dance-man, here’s a clip from the 1967 movie “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” in which Morse reprised his 1962 Tony-winning Broadway role as J. Pierrepont Finch. Yes, that’s him. Just try to get that tune out of your head today.