[Spoilerish] Jon Hamm On the Set of “Mad Men”

Posted on June 18, 2014

As soon as these pictures appeared late yesterday, we got a ton of messages asking us to “decipher” the “meaning” behind the costumes. After peering really hard at them, and then doing ten hours of exhaustive research, we’re here to tell you…

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Don dies at the end. Probably in a fire.

Or we’re just screwing with you.





[Photo Credit: Miguel Aguilar/PacificCoastNews]

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  • Feathers McGraw

    I would think both of the above statements are equally true.

  • ScarlettHarlot

    Those last two pics are giving me Jack Arnold realness.

    • KinoEye

      Yes!! I guess that means Sally is Karen and Bobby is Kevin. And Gene is Wayne?

  • FrigidDiva

    I don’t know what the deeper meaning is of these costumes, but wow is he an attractive man. Even in the more casual costumes he gives off a Carey Grant vibe. Maybe it’s just the hair.

    • Gatto Nero

      It’s just his everything.

      • decormaven

        Lovin’ that everything….

  • lahallita

    I was so excited, to have *something* like a Mad Style post to enjoy this morning! My Wednesday’s have gotten a bit darker since the Mad Men S7, Part 1 came to an end…

  • Kimberly Southern-Weber

    Don is sporting sideburns! This obviously signals he is capable of change.

  • Counterpoint

    Obviously, Don got transported to the future – cell phones and all. And the car is a new DeLorean.

  • ampersand86

    He’s still wearing plaid, though. Same ol’ don on the inside.

    • Kimberly Southern-Weber

      Nah, it just means he’s a dad.

    • but why is he wearing a shirt that’s too short to tuck in? has don lost his sense of style?

  • sienna elm

    I’m still not settled with the idea that they broke the last ‘season’ into two parts. It seemed unnecessary, and it’s not like the last episode was a major cliffhanger. I guess it’s just for the extra money for AMC? While I will certainly watch the last episodes, it’s honestly made me a little less enthusiastic about the show in general. And I’ve seen almost no comment about the split season. Maybe there are comments from the BK community?

    • not_Bridget

      There have been comments all over the ‘net about the split season. It was AMC’s decision, not Matthew Weiner’s. I rather think the obvious non-cliffhanger (with a musical number!) was Weiner’s comment on the split.

      Possibilities: AMC doesn’t want to lose its best show so soon. (Have you seen TURN? Nope.) AMC wants more chances for Emmys. (I can sort of agree with this one.) I really doubt AMC will get extra money from the move.

      I don’t love the split but will gladly turn in next year. After 2015, no more Mad Men forever…..

      • MilaXX

        Yep, once Mad Men ends the only true hut AMC will have left is Walking Dead

      • mlurve

        They were clearly banking on Turn and Low Winter Sun to be their next cash cows. Both shows were visually fine but the actual content was awful. Halt and Catch Fire seems okay but I don’t see it developing the passionate fanbases like Mad Men, BB, and Walking Dead do.

        • Gail Anderson

          I beg to differ with you. Turn is boring at times, but I see potential there. I’m something of a history buff, so I hope that AMC gives this show a break and renews it. As for Halt and Catch Fire, it hasn’t gotten huge Nielsen ratings, but those of us who are watching it love it. Lots of fans tweeting about how great it is. However, I fear that this show may have lost half its audience in the last episode. Spoiler Alert: Joe MacMillan (Lee Pace, in my opinion the best thing on the program) made out with a guy in the last episode. We Bitter Kittens love our TLo, but let’s face it, not everyone is as cool with gay rights as we are. I’ve read a few complaints about how this episode was “another attempt to shove the gay agenda down our throats”. Never mind that MacMillan had sex with his female engineer two weeks ago.

          • not_Bridget

            Why do they always complain about “shoving the gay agenda down our throats”?

            Paging Doctor Freud!

          • Gail Anderson

            Thank you! I’ve always wondered about these people, they seem real closeted to me.

      • Violentcello

        “More important: Will Tom & Lorenzo find a show that inspires them to the heights of Mad Style?”

        That’s definitely most important. Dark days when the Mad Style posts and Mad Men recaps go away.

      • Kent Roby

        I promise you that we’ll see the majority of MM actors on other projects, similar to the way the Oz cast diffused into numerous shows (and commercials).

    • AmeliaEve

      Didn’t AMC also do this with Breaking Bad? With Mad Men, there is a certain rationale for calling it a two-part season, since each season of the show represents one year. But Breaking Bad had no such logic, and it would have made more sense to call them two separate seasons.

      • It cost AMC less money to do 16 episodes in one season with BB. If I remember correctly. Vince Gilligan wanted to do two final seasons of 13 episodes but AMC wanted just one season of 13 episodes. They compromised on one season of 16 episodes split into two.

        I think it worked out ok with BB but I do think the extra 10 episodes would have allowed us those moments which did occasionally seem to be missing from the final seasons of BB – those long sweeping landscape shots, the time lapse showing time passing, that kind of thing seemed a bit more rare in the final 8 and the story telling did feel a tiny bit rushed, e.g. I would have loved to have seen more of Jesse’s confession

        I think AMC saw this saved them money with BB and wanted to do the same thing with Mad Men – however I feel like it doesn’t work anywhere near as well with Mad Men. And what the hell is with two seasons of 7? That is just odd.

        They are amazingly stupid to cost cut with their most popular shows. All they have done with Mad Men is irritate the viewers, at least they have irritated me and from what I’ve read around the web I am not the only one.

    • FrigidDiva

      There were quite a few comments when the news first came out on some of the entertainment sites. Personally I think they made the split because they’re trying to give themselves enough time to come up with the next big thing for their network. They’ve got the Walking Dead, but most of their new programming has fallen flat. Low Winter Sun was supposed to be the next Breaking Bad but I couldn’t make it through more than one episode, and that was only for Mark Strong. I did watch Halt and Catch Fire, mostly for Lee Pace and I actually enjoyed it. They may have something there with that one.
      I’m not a fan of the split into two seasons though, from a story telling standpoint I don’t really think it was necessary. I would have preferred to have the whole last season have the ability to build and unfold instead of feeling like they had to cram two mini-seasons in–that’s how I felt with the last season of Breaking Bad.

      • suburbanbohemian

        Halt and Catch Fire is better than I expected.I’m not watching with interest as opposed to a wait and see approach. Saw all of Low Winter Sun and it was such a waste of actors, etc.Mark Strong had nothing to do expect stare with extreme intensity.

        • MilaXX

          I may need to revisit that. I barely made it thrust one ep of Halt & Catch Fire

      • sienna elm

        If the mini-seasons were made a bit longer then it might have been okay, but this was just barely a tease. I was only just getting into the story, and now the wait…

    • Carrie

      From what I saw after the news came out, the move has been seen as a ploy for an Emmy grab. But then True Detective and Fargo came along, so it remains to be seen how well that will work.

  • Tanya Wade

    “Well he was feeling 1972….”

  • Emily Dagger

    Don is wearing a green polo shirt under the green office sign of a hotel with green railings and stairs. My reading is that he is about to commit Super Mega Adultery (which is really the best kind of adultery).

    • Jessica Freeman

      I think Super Mega Adultery is the only kind that Don commits.

      • TrixieConQueso

        Dibs on Super Mega Adultery for my new band name.

        • Kent Roby

          I’m still keeping Tassle-Tickled Lady Garden as my band name, but I will pay to see Super Mega Adultery.

          • Emily Dagger

            I’m pretty sure I saw Tassle-Tickled Lady Garden open for Super Mega Adultery at Desert Sky Pavilion when I was in high school.

          • Kent Roby

            And how was that marijuana cigarette, Peggy?

    • Kent Roby

      Don should be costumed in green-and-blue for every single episode, because he is one major adulterous dog. I’m actually shocked that I somehow care what becomes of him, considering how much I despise everything about him.

      • Glammie

        He hasn’t cheated all season and now he’s separated from Megan, so I think he’s supposed to have turned a new leaf.

        • Kent Roby

          You know from our uncles’ reviews that people never really change (in the world of MM)! Don will be a cheating lying SOB until his dying days!

          • Glammie

            Well, I think they can evolve a bit, though their fundamental natures don’t change. Don will always be damaged, but he might cope a bit better over time. He started telling Sally the truth and he apologized to her. Freddy Rumsen will always be an alcoholic, but he can be an alcoholic who knows he can’t drink. In other words, I see some possibilities of redemption and free will in the MM universe. I guess I deviate a little bit from the “never really change” and go toward real change is hard and limited, but possible and even life-saving.

          • Kent Roby

            I hope that’s the case, even though we’re talking about fictional characters! That’s been my general real-life belief, that people don’t fundamentally change, but that they have the ability to adapt and to suppress their bad inclinations. We shall all be very excited to see how our fictional friends cope as they head into the 70’s!

          • Glammie

            Yep. The question is what does Matt Weiner believe? Just looking at the plot arc so far, I think he does believe in redemption, but only on rare occasions. I’m dubious about Betty becoming a better person, though maybe if her marriage had been different she might have had a better chance–her first marriage, not the one to Henry Francis.

    • Spreecord

      I do not like Green Shirt and Hamm. That colour is not his friend.

      • rh33

        Would you like him in shed, would you like him in a bed?

        • Kent Roby

          Would you like that Green Shirt on the floor, while you scream “Hamm, I want some more!”

          • demidaemon

            Oh, the Dr. Seuss of it all!

        • Spreecord

          I would like him in my box. I would even like him wearing socks.

        • L’Anne

          Would you like him in Ban Lon, would you like in No on…

  • marlie

    What’s interesting is that, for the most part, both of those outfits would work today. Get rid of the white piping on the polo, and he’s every suburban dad. And the second look is practically a hipster uniform.

  • EveEve

    Cadillac Coupe deVille. Looks to be a ’65 or ’66.

    • Heather

      Yup… I actually wonder if this is a flashback? They look like the clothes Don would wear when visiting Anna in the early/mid-60s, not 1970ish (when, I assume, the final ‘season’ takes place).

      • AmeliaEve

        My dad was born about the same time as Don and he continued to wear chinos, plaid shirts, and poplin windbreakers for decades. That was a generational leisure uniform (though Don is wearing classic loafers while my dad favored desert boots). One of the ongoing themes is that Don has stopped keeping up with contemporary styles. His suits are way out of date compared to most of the other men, so it’s appropriate that his sports clothes are also a little old school.

        • H2olovngrl

          Yup. Same with my gramps. This is how he dressed for yardwork, walks, chores etc., all the way up until his death in 1997. His 50’s/60’s/70’s suits were way more easy to date than his casual clothes.

        • not_Bridget

          So we never saw Don in a Nehru jacket. He will also avoid the Leisure Suit…..

          • H2olovngrl

            Can you blame him?

          • Kent Roby

            Even as a child in Mississippi in the 70’s, I knew that Leisure Suits were the spawn of Satan.

      • They also look like an outfit you would see guys wearing today. Seriously I can go to the other half’s wardrobe right now and pull out almost exactly this, though the polo would not be mint green and he does not have brown dress shoes, they would be black..

        Just shows how little mens fashion has changed over the years. πŸ™‚

      • Kent Roby

        Could be a flashback, or just having an older car due to making less money.

        • Therese Bohn

          It can’t be a flashback with those sideburns!
          My prediction — Bobby has a problem with camp, which brings Don back into Betty’s orbit. Maybe something has happened with Henry, whom Bobby loves and worries about. If Henry is dead (!) then Don might be back with Betty. And Megan? She died while visiting Sharon Tate one weekend, so she’s gone and Don’s a wreck. Back to the 1960 set up, with a new more sensitive Don that will have to deal with a new, confident (if heartbroken) independent Betty.
          And if anyone takes my prediction seriously, there’s a bridge in Brooklyn I’ve got for sale…

    • Cabernet7

      It’s the same car he’s had for a few seasons now.

  • FrauKrissie

    Yes. I, too, am “peering really hard” at these pictures. πŸ˜‰

  • Lilyana_F

    Damn, he’s one fine looking man… *swoon*

  • boweryboy

    So, when is your Mad Style book coming out? I would love to see all of your Mad Style posts in one full color coffee table book with a foreword from Janie Bryant.

    • ConnieBV


    • Seriously, this is a wonderful and marketable idea. I see a 15 x 30 format, heavy glossy paper, and a cover photo which includes you guys photoshopped in with the cast. (In Mad Men attire, of course.) Release after the series ends next year, in time for holiday gift giving. I hereby pre-order my copy.

      • Danielle

        I don’t even watch Mad Men and I would have that on my coffee table.

      • boweryboy

        I want this so bad I can taste it.

      • Therese Bohn

        Me too!

    • Kristin


    • decormaven

      Amen and amen. I would buy this book and gift it to friends. It would stay on my nightstand (along with BMODM).

    • Fay Dearing

      OMG, I would buy five!

  • Jessica Freeman

    I conclude Jon looks quite nice in that shade of green.

  • A Shiny O’Connor

    Further analysis – Don Draper can really work mint green.

    • Kent Roby

      He certainly works it better than Colton Haynes just did.

    • Gatto Nero

      He can work anything he likes.

  • Kent Roby

    I’m almost caught up after a month-long binge starting from the first episode, and I was shocked in the first episode of this last season at how good Don’s face looked after shaving in the airport bathroom before hopping in the car with Megan….They (makeup artists, Hamm himself) were so great at showing Don look worse and worse throughout the first 6 seasons that I found it shocking to see his face looking fresher again. I’m really looking forward to being caught up on MM when the final episodes appear.

  • Ozski

    The thing about Don, is that he found his signature style in the late 50’s-early 60’s, and pretty much stuck with the well-tailored, Brylcreem look. My Dad is about 10 years younger than DD, but he did resemble this, sans the heavy sideburns, in the early 70’s. It’s hard to tell with this particular character what the time-period is, but I am going to go out on a limb and say it’s 1970, maybe a business road trip with Peggy?

    • Cabernet7

      I’m guessing it’s at least 1970, since it appears to be spring or summer, and it is one of the last episodes. We left this season in July of 1969, and the episodes generally are a month to a month and a half apart.

  • Kent Roby

    Re: our Dearest Uncles’ comments above: I had to laugh in the 4th episode of this season of Orange when Piper grabbed her Atonement book and said “Everyone dies!”, which is what I’ll often say as a “spoiler” about movies that friends haven’t seen.

  • Mary Elizabeth Poytinger Baume

    that green shirt is hot.

  • BLUE and GREEN and PLAID.

    Also… pecs.

  • GillianHolroyd

    A grease fire?

  • mommyca

    Notice his sideburns have a 70s’ feel to them… He looks wonderful, I think Jon Hamm should always wear his hair like Don Draper…
    and he has no wedding band so I guess there is no reconciliation with Megan (at least when this was filmed)…
    anyways, I miss the show… πŸ™

    • Wink

      Totally agree… Mr. Hamm’s hair looks best in the Don Draper style. And he’s at his hottest when he’s not smiling. Perhaps he should take lessons on “how not to smile” from Victoria Beckham.

      • mommyca

        now that you mention it, you are right: his “serious” faces are definitely the hottest… I could stare at his serious look for hours…
        (oh well…. back to work)

    • MK03

      I don’t think Don has ever worn a wedding ring. He didn’t when he was married to Betty; he said that his father always said that “jewelry is for women.” I don’t think I’ve seen him wear one with Megan either.

      • mommyca

        good point: i never noticed that… now i’m looking at some pictures and indeed he didn’t have ring while he was with Megan… oh well then… thanks!!!

      • Cabernet7

        When did Don say that?

        • MK03

          It was early in season 1, I believe. Maybe the second episode?

  • Edie Rose

    He dies, but by falling/jumping off a building.
    The opening sequence has been hinting at that fact from the beginning πŸ˜‰

  • Mr. J.

    Looks to me like Don checks into the Bates Motel….

    • joancarol

      I was going to say he found his father who is Norman Bates.

  • Is it because his hair was flammable? πŸ™‚

  • EveEve

    Looks to be a classic Barracuda or Harrington jacket. That whole look is classic and timeless – chinos or khakis, plaid shirt and Barracuda jacket, with penny loafers is worn today and nobody gives it a second thought.

    • KTBSN

      Yes the Harrington Baracuta- classic. Think Elvis.

  • cat772

    T&L, you just made me cackle. I think some birds outside my window flew off in a panic.

  • kburnell

    Also, Mad Style/Jon Hamm lovers, there are a couple of other on set photos (looks to be part of the same location) of Don wearing very short swim trunks. Just alerting y’all for the sake of further theorizing. Right.

    • Imma gonna have to google this.

    • decormaven

      These require a separate Mad Men post. In the sake of public interest.

      • They’re on hold by TLo for Friday, the specialest of days?

  • MissKimP

    In his Dad plaid. He’s on the trail of Sally, who has run away from home.

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      Hmm…could be.

    • Glammie

      But he’s also in a Bobby-blue jacket. Sally seems to be settling down–I’m going to guess Bobby may have an episode. Either way, I think you’re right–this is a kid episode.

  • NMMagpie

    Good grief, what a handsome man.

  • Heather

    That’s the actor that plays Betty’s dad, so I guess we’ll be getting a flashback to the 50s?

    • Not the same actor.

      • Heather

        Well there goes that theory. That’ll teach me to look from my phone

        • sweetlilvoice

          It’s close though….I miss Grandpa Gene. He was good for Sally.

        • Alloy Jane

          And knowing is half the battle?

  • numenah

    That plaid shirt is short on him. The fact that it is untucked is interesting. I don’t recall any dads of that era ever not tucking their shirts in.

  • He probably has to keep his hair that way to stay true to the character but seriously, after he sees these photos, he should consider NEVER changing the style. Such a great look. Plus of course trim, clean-shaven, no tattoos, and Ray Bans! What else could there be to love? Yowza.

  • Therese Bohn

    I love his minty freshness! But I don’t think that’s Betty’s Dad or a flashback. I think it’s a camp for either Bobby or Sally.

  • ashtangajunkie

    “…filming for the final episodes of Mad Men…”

    Thems are some sad words.

  • smh4748

    Holy cow, Jon Hamm is such a gorgeous specimen. He’s yummy in that mint polo.

  • Shoelover1512

    God he’s sexy!

  • Gatto Nero

    Exactly what my weary eyes needed today.
    Thank you.

  • MilaXX

    *snort* you guys are bad!

  • OffToSeeHim

    I think most of those clothes would just melt and congeal in a fire, wouldn’t they?

  • MK03

    I can’t tell if Don is supposed to be in California or Pennsylvania. Either way, I’m intrigued.

    • Cabernet7

      I’m guessing it’s on the east coast, since that’s the car he’s had for a few seasons. I don’t see him driving it across the country, although I guess it could happen.

  • czarina

    Dear Uncles, I hope you are saving the photos of Jon Hamm as Donald Draper in navy blue swimsuit and unbuttoned plaid shirt (hello, hamm hairy chest!) for Sausage Friday! They appeared on the Internet yesterday and are from the same hotel location.

    • Chickadeep

      THIS. A thousand times this.

    • Bower Bird


      • czarina

        Just google “daily mail jon hamm burly chest” — Oh Those Brits

  • desertsweetpea

    My eyes immediately go toward the crotch every single time. It’s a hammDong addiction.

  • C$

    My Grandpa dressed exactly like this. It’s like seeing a younger version.

  • Teresa Wyatt

    The man is gorgeous

  • random_poster

    That made me guffaw, TLo!!!!

  • dmkava

    That is a great shot of him leaning against the wall. I don’t know if he’s lost weight, his face is thinning out because he’s getting older, or what, but he looks super handsome there

    • Bower Bird

      It looks as if they have shaved him to make his hairline recede, ala Pete Campbell. Just subtly.

    • Orange Girl

      definitely looks like Don’s lost some weight, so maybe that’s an indication he’s doing well? Not the bloated, alcoholic philanderer we saw in season 6? we shall see…in a year.

  • Therese Bohn

    I don’t think we have EVER seen Don in this color green. Looks really happy to me! If I apply my TLo-inspired observations, I can see that Don, in his mint green, is VERY connected to this place, which is either a hotel or a Summer camp. His greens match the pillars of the porch and the neon in the sign!
    Let the speculation begin…

    • Don leaves the rat race to run a motel in Arizona…

    • Glammie

      Yeah, I noticed the match, too. But where is he supposed to be? Some place a bit run down and rural. Looks like a motel.

      How is it that Jon Hamm can make make dad clothes look good? Except for Bobby’s blue jacket. Hmmm, maybe Bobby’s got an episode. Bobby’s usually in red, white and blue.

  • colorjunky

    He and Peggy are going to get together and start their own agency, maybe in California.

  • EEKstl

    It’s amazing what happens to Jon Hamm’s face when he’s Don. Tight, pinched, the opposite of Jon as Jon. I realize that’s why they call it ACTING, but it’s sad how few actors really physically inhabit their roles.

    • ShaoLinKitten

      I also noticed that his face looks really smooth and taut in these photos. I was wondering if it was the makeup.

  • bitchybitchybitchy

    It’s Sausage Friday two days early! YES!!!!! Always happy to see my favorite Hamm.

  • suzq

    A fire caused by wearing one of his son’s jackets and looking at the smart phone the tyke just invented.

  • Oh, no. In that third shot, Jon looks exactly like my grandfather. D:

  • Bower Bird

    Methinks that he is headed upstate New York to Woodstock.

  • Frankie Carter

    Would hit that, would hit like the hammer of Thor. Good lord

  • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

    Is that Bobby’s coat?

  • Buster

    There are succulents in some of the photos. I say DD is in California for some reason.

    • Gatto Nero

      Succulent. Yes.

  • Juvenile Sinephile

    Guys, it’s not a flashback. Look at Don’s sideburn game. We definitely hit the 70s.

  • alainalynn

    *Wolf whistles* He looks good in green.

  • jml27

    He is going to buy a motel and drink himself to death all the while screwing the chambermaids and talking about the glory days. Or he is looking for his daughter who ran away with a band of hippies.

  • ShaoLinKitten

    My father had that exact haircut/sideburns deal with the jet black hair in the 70s…

  • Ajay

    About time he has sideburns something for a change. That’s not California for sure. I supposed there’s no reason for him to be there anymore. Megan is out of the picture and she’s also no longer his priority. That’s his car in NY. Maybe he’s in the remote outskirts of NY or in another state near by. As always, any pictures of him on sets (presumably spoilers) will appear to me that Don is up to something.

  • Audrey Fine

    how about that Hamm has packed on a few pounds and has no business wearing clingy poly-blend golf shirts — tucked in?

  • Michelle Gennari

    My God, he is SO handsome. I could just sit and look at these pictures all day. :::wiping drool from chin:::

  • melanie0866

    Is the old guy Uncle Mack? No, he couldn’t still be alive, could he?

    • Dave

      I don’t think so. I’m pretty sure he mentioned during his confession to Betty in Season 3 that all of his family had died.

      • VeryCrunchyFrog

        Yes, Don told Betty in Ep. 3-11 that all the people in the photos were dead now, even Adam. I think Adam also told Dick!Don in season 1 that both Abigail and Mack had passed away.

  • nycfan

    Would Don really wear his shirt untucked like that second set of photos? Kind of odd how same set he is dressed first for warm weather, next for late fall …

  • heartbot

    Those first few pictures are probably the best he’s looked in the Don drag in a while.

  • lilibetp

    Looks like he’s on vacation or something.

  • Darn, I was hoping the final season would be set in the late 70s/ early 80s.

  • Orange Girl

    wow, Don in a plaid shirt. that’s new.

    he’s so handsome, i can’t even….finish this sentence.

  • malarkey

    he moves into Anna’s old house…

  • Is that Bobby’s summer camp? But painted in different colors? Maybe it’s just the same set?

  • Sherilyne Cox

    His wardrobe has certainly gone South since the big bust-up…..Sally needs to take her Dad shopping. I love me some Don Draper, but I would have to insist he remove that horrible Ban-Lon or Munsingwear pullover. There’s more grease in his hair than in my Aunt Jo’s hushpuppies.

  • suzq

    Don is torn between an iPhone and an Android. In 1970. Because he can see the future.