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Jon Hamm gets emotional, but not 'Mad,' for 'Sesame Street'

Jon Hamm gets emotional, but not 'Mad,' for 'Sesame Street'
Leaving Don Draper behind, "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm helps explain emotions.

While Jon Hamm's "Mad Men" character Don Draper tends to bottle up his emotions, the actor Jon Hamm is very free with his -- so free he's helping "Sesame Street" explain a few emotions to its young audience.

With the help of the resident "Sesame Street" TV host, Murray, Hamm runs through "frustrated," "guilty" and "amazed." Check it out in the video above.

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It's about time someone explained "amazed," honestly, given the word's frequency of use these days.

With "guilty," well, we're happy to see Hamm re-creating that one without the stereotypical celebrity mug shot accompaniment!

And about "frustrated"? Well, that's probably what the entire "Mad Men" crew is feeling right about now, since the AMC series debuted its seventh and final season Sunday night to its lowest ratings since season two.

Perhaps we can feel guilty that we watched "Game of Thrones" instead?

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