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In a skit during the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards, host Andy Samberg spoofed the finale of AMC’s Mad Men.
The sketch opened with Samberg meditating cross-legged on a hill, just like Don Draper did in the last moments of the series finale episode.
Samberg’s inner monologue can be heard aloud: “I sure am happy for everyone who’s won, but it sure is a bummer that there are more losers than winners. If only there was something I could do.”
Samberg then broke into the song “I’d Like to Give the World an Emmy,” sung in the same melody as that from the 1971 classic Coca-Cola advertisement “I’d Like to Buy the World a Coke.”
In Mad Men, it is suggest that Draper came up with the iconic commercial featuring people singing about Coke on a hillside, but Samberg’s version ended a little differently, with the host tossing an Emmy award to Jim O’Heir, who played office pariah Jerry Gergich on NBC’s Parks and Recreation, impaling him in the process.
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