Charlie Hofheimer plays Peggy Olsen’s boyfriend, Abe Drexler on Mad Men. He is a journalist/writer who basically just lives off Peggy. She just bought an apartment and he’s doing “some light remodeling.” I would do that for a free place to live. Hell, I had to do some light remodeling when I moved into my current apartment, like removing the door knob from my closet door and putting it on my roommate’s bedroom door because it was missing a knob. I wonder what kind of knob problems Abe is dealing with?
Ben Feldman plays Michael Ginsberg on AMC’s Mad Men. Season 6 of Mad Men takes place in 1968 and as far as I can tell there was a Mustache Boom that year. Also it doesn’t really seem like people had to worry about matching their clothes, as evidence in the above picture. In the last episode a guy was wearing a sweater-turtleneck with a cardigan sweater over it. The double sweater is almost impossible to get away with these days.
As I uploaded this picture I had a realization of just how weird the whole thing is. Today is Christina Hendricks’ birthday so I photoshopped a mustache on her?! Holy smokes! I mean I think I did a pretty good job and if she ever saw this there’d be a small chance she wouldn’t be creeped out, but in general this is the behavior of a full-on weirdo.
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I just saw this picture on the Breaking Bad Facebook page and I think I am legally obligated to share it here. Enjoy.
I couldn’t find a good picture of Glen Bishop’s mustache from last night’s episode of Mad Men, so I had to take a screen shot and it’s a little dark. Just trust me that it was there and it made him as creepy as ever.
Spoiler Alert: In an episode that included a man hanging himself and a young girl’s first period, Glen Bishop still made me feel the most uncomfortable.