It's pretty clear he's referencing Meek, but just in case you don't believe us...
Ch-ch-check out the shady moment and decide for yourself (below)!!!
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We all know that Jon Hamm is a total scene stealer.
But the Mad Men star became an entirely different person when he assumed the role of Bill Hader!
The non-co-stars chat about Hader's favorite SNL impressions, Schumer's echoing vagina, and the sexifying power of a jacket!
Check out the video (below) to see what happens when the actual Bill Hader shows up!
Thank you Netflix!
The streaming site has given us what looks like a perfect prequel to the sublimely silly cult classic Wet Hot American Summer!
In the first full trailer, we not only see returning stars Elizabeth Banks, Marguerite Moreau, Michael Ian Black, Bradley Cooper, Judah Friedlander, Janeane Garofalo, Joe Lo Truglio, Ken Marino, Christopher Meloni, Amy Poehler, Michael Showalter, David Hyde Pierce, Paul Rudd, Zak Orth, and Molly Shannon…
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to get your first full look at the most star-studded summer of all time! then wait patiently in front of your screen for all episodes to drop July 31!
Now that he's filming a movie with Zach Galifianakis, he's just being completely silly — and he's good at it!
The two apparently developed a kind of sideshow act where Jon throws Gummi Bears into Zach's mouth on set; and they're so good at it they even performed at Bonnaroo!
Of course, when Jon told Jimmy Kimmel about it on Tuesday night's show, the host just had to get in on the action himself!
After seven critically acclaimed seasons, AMC's Mad Men finally came to an end on Sunday night.
But was the series finale satisfying as, say, being bought a Coke?
The series that took us back to the world of advertising ended [ SPOILER ALERT ] with one of the most iconic ads of all time, the "I'd Like to Buy The World A Coke" commercial.
And because the "Hillside" ad played right after cutting from Don Draper meditating on a hillside at a hippie retreat, many believed the implication was clear.
Don went on to create the commercial.
Star Jon Hamm says he was "struck by the poetry" of the final moment (which you can watch BELOW). And he has his own view of what it meant for his character. He said:
The sixties are finally over. Mad Men has come to an end.
But how did it end for all your favorite characters?
Find out in this SPOILER-TASTIC recap of the series finale of AMC's flagship original series:
Don Draper always says never look back.
But instead of taking his own advice, AMC has released a promo for the upcoming final episode of Mad Men that is quite possibly the most maudlin, nostalgic thing that's ever been on TV.
Just like every other ad, the trailer gives nothing of the final episode away.
Set to Paul Anka's pretty but in this case on-the-nose Times Of Your Life, the promo instead opts to show best-of moments from throughout the seven seasons.
Of course, it could be worse — Seinfeld did that DURING its final episode!
Watch the last ever Next Time On Mad Men (below)!