Before he was Don Draper, Jon Hamm was a 25-year-old waiter with the floppiest possible '90s hair who went on a terrible dating show. And lost.
In 2014, the idea of turning down a foot massage and "a night of fabulosity" with one of the world's most sought-after, least underpants-wearing gentlemen seems patently absurd.
But in 1996, two single women passed Hamm up for a kinky 28-year-old stuntman and a finance major with boyband blond chunks on short-lived dating game show The Big Date.
It's okay, Mary and Shonia. Nobody knew a humble car salesman would grow up to run Sterling Cooper, either.