With Jon Hamm, star of critically beloved, underviewed show "Mad Men" hosting "Saturday Night Live," multiple skits based on the '60s-era, Emmy-winning show featured in the show. Joining Hamm in the first were two of his actual costars, Elizabeth Moss and John Slattery. The sketch was, "Two A-Holes Go An Ad Agency In The 1960s," with the a-holes themselves Jason Sudeikis and Kristen Wiig, snapping gum, calling each other "babe" and pitching a product idea.
Later was Don Draper's Guide to Picking Up Women. Draper is Hamm's character on the show.
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