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Our guide to TV-viewing theme parties

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How fans can celebrate the shows they loveBy Robert IsenbergSpecial to MSN TVWhen "Mad Men" became an overnight sensation in 2007, fans got nostalgic for the days of skinny ties and scotch. They pined for the danger and fashion of Madison Avenue, when men were men and women wore cat-eye glasses. And every season since, households across America have hosted their own "Mad Men" parties -- they dress up, invite friends over and relive their favorite aspects of 1960s couture.And then, holding highballs, they watch the actual "Mad Men" premiere with baited breath.But what other blockbuster shows could make provocative theme-parties? What favorite series have the costumes, the characters and the enthusiastic fan-base for a conceptual get-together? What snacks would they serve? What games could they play?In honor of "Mad Men's" return, we scoured some recent runaway hits and concocted some playful ideas. They may not all work in practice, but then again, most of us don't actually look like Don Draper.Bing: 'Mad Men' | More: Catch up before the Season 6 premiereDo you have or go to TV-viewing parties? Tell us at MSN TV on Facebook and Twitter."Mad Men" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on AMC.(AMC)
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