Jon Hamm was the host of "Saturday Night Live" on October 30, and this is the second Halloween episode that he appeared in. He opened the monologue with a Happy Halloween greeting before channeling his inner Don Draper, the character he played on the Emmy-winning series "Mad Men". Hamm admits that being on the show has made him aware of the advertisement world.
Hamm challenged the audience to give him a product and he would create a slogan for it. The fake audience suggested purse, diapers, refrigerators and 9 volt batteries. He had difficulty in the latest but managed to pull it and exclaimed, "Wham! Bam! Thank you Hamm!".
A digital short was then played featuring Rihanna and Andy Samberg as robbers duo Ronnie and Clyde. While Rihanna's Clyde is the mastermind of a bank robbery, Samberg's shy Ronnie is the follower who apparently is only shy when Clyde is present. "Hands in the air, it's a stick up," Clyde tells the people in the bank. "If you don't want to end up dead, you'll do anything Shy Ronnie says!"
Too shy, Ronnie only mumbles in his rapping part. Clyde says, "No one in the back can hear you. Use your outside voice!" When it doesn't work, Clyde suggests Ronnie to picture everyone naked, but it ends up with a boner alert. Clyde then ditches her partner who actually has confidence when she's not around. But before she takes off, she grabs one more money bag and a hunky hostage played by Hamm.
Hamm appeared more prominently in a couple of more skits, including as '70s crimefighter in "Highway Cops" and horny senator John F. Kennedy in "Vincent Price's Halloween Special".