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Jon Hamm Reveals How He Actually Wanted 'Mad Men' To End

The ending of "Mad Men" could have been way different.

While accepting the award for Best Actor in a Television Drama at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards, Jon Hamm revealed that he had pitched a very different ending for the show "Mad Men."

Hamm told the audience that he had tried to convince series creator, Matthew Weiner, that the last moment of the series should be soundtracked by the band Chumbawamba, most famous for their 1997 song "Tubthumping."

The Golden Globe Awards are very serious and Hamm is a very serious actor, so this statement should be taken at face value. As Hamm is also a very handsome, serious actor, that face value is worth even more than usual.

The Huffington Post will not reveal exactly how "Mad Men" ends, although if "Tubthumping" was playing during that moment where Hamm's character, Don Draper, was convinced by his son, Kylo Ren, to come closer to him on that bridge and grab the lightsaber ... that would have been pretty jarring. What a bizarre suggestion, Hamm!

 

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