This is circulating around the Internets today, and for good reason. It's funny, and it's original. It's comedian Paul F. Tompkins with Mad Men's Rich Sommer in "Sketch Of The Dead," an Atom.com original sketch. And no, it's not a stretch at all to see Sommer doing comedy — not only does he hang out with funny people quite often in NYC and L.A., but he's also a UCB alum. (See Sommer talk to me about Monty Python on the red carpet back in October). Roll the clip! Pre-P.S. Don't shoot me if you think I'm a zombie, because I'm not. Thanks.
3 thoughts on “What if Mad Men’s Rich Sommer became a zombie? Watch Paul F. Tompkins in this Atom.com original”
This is one of the best series ever to air on television. It’s hands-down the best TV has to offer today. “Mad Men” has it all – beginning with a well-crafted storyline and including its big-budget-film level production values, the incredible writing, impeccably wrought characters portrayed by perfectly cast actors and actresses…and the music, particularly the songs selected to play out at the end of each episode…WOW…Matt Weiner, his cast and crew have given us three solid seasons of the finest television…cannot wait till Season 4.
I saw this on AST about 5 minutes ago and it’s just as funny as I remember it being way back then!
Rich Sommer and PFT together is almost too much adorable for one video. Even as zombies!
Great, great sketch!
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