Alcoholic lawyers probably picked up on how authentically Jon Hamm captured the alcoholic personality of Don Draper on "Mad Men." Hamm got down perfectly the self-hate, self-pity, self-entitlement and, yet, the inability to own success.
Well, today you found out that Hamm wasn't really acting. It was more like he was just being himself. Or his pre-rehab self.
As TMZ reports, Hamm wrapped up a 28-day stay at high-end Silver Hill rehab in Connecticut for alcohol addiction.
In April, the last half of the last season of "Mad Men" starts. We are all curious if Draper has the capacity for change. If he doesn't change, will he wind up a suicide like Lane Pryce?
Pryce was grasping onto a new life for himself with a woman of color. His father stepped in, literally on his hand. Pryce returned to his wife and a lifestyle which he couldn't afford. After Draper found out he was stealing from the firm and fired him, Pryce hung himself in the office.
It's more like Draper to go out a window.