As certain brilliant minds bravely predicted, Jon Hamm finally scored a more-than-deserved Emmy on Sunday for his legendary turn as the internally conflicted but ever charismatic Don Draper on AMC's unparalleled dramatic achievement, Mad Men. As true TV heads the nation over congratulated Hamm on a proper and undeniably victorious sendoff for Draper and company, a predictably large amount of news organizations and various publications did the same:

Pay close attention to the fact that each of these tweets, though varied in their potential coolness and/or lameness, are all accompanied by an actual photo of the actual Jon Hamm. Thankfully, esteemed literary journal CNN also joined the Twitter conversation with their own Draper shout out by going full CNN:

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What the fuck, CNN? That is most certainly not Jon Hamm. That is, in fact, Lawrence Zarian. Lawrence is surely a very kind and charismatic force of his own, but he's no Hamm and he's certainly no Draper. Though CNN's @ replies quickly alerted their aloof social media manager to the error, prompting a slightly delayed clarification from the network, they still haven't deleted the original tweet.

The moon may very well belong to everyone, but the Emmy belongs to Hamm.

Keep it dicey, CNN.

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