This A-list movie star apologized to Jon Hamm for not seeing Mad Males

Sometimes an “apology” is enough.

During the Wednesday December 9th episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Jon Hamm shared the story of Andy Samberg I apologize for not seeing Mad Men who went off the air in 2015.

“When I first did ‘SNL’, everyone was dressed like everyone else in Mad Men clothing,” the star began. “And I was like Samberg who thought it was half-hearted. I was, ‘What are you – who are you?’ You just put on a tie? What’s up? Everyone else – like, Paula Pell stuck a cigarette to her thing and wore a little pencil skirt. “

He noticed that too Bill Hader “was in the air as Joan. Like everyone else, somehow was in it.”

The Baby Driver actor continued, “So I realized, as Samberg – he texted me like in April or May. And he said,” I have to tell you man, I saw the show. I’m kind of embarrassed I never saw it. ‘I said,’ Oh, don’t be embarrassed, but I’m glad you’re enjoying it now. ‘ “

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