A lot of straight women—and gay men—would give their hind teeth for the chance of a date with Jon Hamm.
But it hasn’t always been that way—back in the day, when he was a “nobody” in Hollywood the aspiring actor was turned down by not one but TWO women on the ‘90s dating show The Big Date—and Popdust has the video.
Long before he was the smooth talking Don Draper, the 25-year-old had to rely on his own, unscripted, sweet talk to try and woo the ladies—with disastrous results.
Skip to around the 3:21 mark in the video to watch the floppy haired aspiring Lothario promise his potential lady loves that on their first date he’ll treat them to "fabulous food, fabulous conversation with a fabulous foot massage ...for an evening of total fabulocity...."
Oh… praise the lord for Mad Men’s script writers.
Talking of which, the boys of Sterling Cooper and Partners return to our screens April 13 for the first seven episodes of its 14-episode split-season finale.
There goes my Sunday nights…
The former mayor of New York City has officially lit the last of his credibility on fire.
Last week the New York Post published a story about "evidence" of corruption on a hard drive allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden.
Son of the Democratic candidate for president, Joe Biden, Hunter Biden has not been secretive about his past, speaking openly about his struggle with drug addiction and acknowledging that his controversial role on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma—during the Obama-Biden administration—was most likely a result of who his father is.
The bassist and producer has died at 40.
Chet "JR" White, the former bassist and producer of the indie pop band Girls, died Sunday at 40 years old.
"I hope you feel nothing but peace now my brother," White's Girls bandmate, Christopher Owens, wrote in a tweet last night. "I love you, and thank you for believing in me, and for what you brought to the table. Always and Forever, and I'll always be proud of you."