'Mad Men' fans count down to tonight's fifth season premier

Count Chris Matthews among one of the many people talking about the return of "Mad Men." His show featured a parody of the drama's iconic opening sequence, starring President Obama, on Sunday.

Good morning! On the occasion of the new season of Mad Men, the New York Times would like to remind you: In a certain sense,

Will 'Mad Men' protagonist Don Draper's dark secret come to light? Will Peggy Olson keep breaking sexist barriers? Can Roger Sterling keep 'living like he's on shore leave?' And will Pete and Trudy ever dance the Charleston again?

That certainly improves our chances, though if Jrue Holiday and company can't contain Tony Parker this time around, it won't matter all that much. 7:00 tip from the AT&T Center. You guys know that Mad Men is over two hours tonight?

Count Chris Matthews among one of the many people talking about the return of "Mad Men." His show featured a parody of the drama's iconic opening sequence, starring President Obama, on Sunday.