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Win A DVD Autographed By Chris, Jonah, and Matt From BBC America

Our friends at BBC America are giving away a little something Nerdist . You might want to win it. What is it and how do you win? You know, you’re getting quite inquisitive lately.

All right, what you’ll win is a BBC DVD autographed by your pals Chris Hardwick, Jonah Ray, and Matt Mira. You want that, so here’s what you do: In honor of Jon Hamm’s appearance on the next episode of The Nerdist (Saturday, 10/9c, BBC America), they want your answer to this question: “If you could bring one thing back from the Mad Men era what would it be and why?”

Post your answer at this link. You have until April 13th at 11p. The official rules are linked there (it’s a BBC America contest, so direct questions their way). Post away, and good luck!

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Comments

  1. Gemma says:

    I would bring back the whole dance culture and the more care free attitude that people seemed to have with each other. Nowadays people tend to be more serious in life. We only have one and I think we should live it to the full. Why waste it?

  2. Topher says:

    I’d bring back the hats. They were great.

  3. Kraken Attack says:

    All the great classic artwork!

  4. charles says:

    i would bring back typewritters even though im young i learned alot about them

  5. Ashley says:

    The music! (Beatles)

  6. Barney says:

    Wood Paneled rooms

  7. Christina Hendricks’ character as my S.O. YOW!

  8. John says:

    I’d bring back that post-WWII, pre-Vietnam feeling that great things were possible. That Kennedy-era belief that momentous achievements, like landing on the moon, were not only possible but within reach.