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7 surprising facts from the With only four episodes to go until the series finale, "Mad Men" has been surprising long time fans with some information that's been resurfacing about the show's characters. We looked inside our "Mad Men" trivia vault and found some startling tidbits that even we didn't know or that we simply forgot. 1. How about the fact that Bill Murray's brother, Joel, plays that rascally adman, Freddy Rumsen? Remember him? He was the one who was so drunk he wet his pants before a presentation. 2. Single mother Joan Holloway is twice divorced. We all knew she divorced her rapist husband, Greg Harris, but there was another Mr. Joan before him. His name was Scotty. It's fairly commonplace for actors to audition for one role on a show and be offered another. It's fun and unimaginable to think of these actors in the following roles, which they tried out for: John Slattery (Roger Sterling) as Don Draper, January Jones (Betty Francis) as Peggy and Christina Hendricks (Joan) as Midge Daniels, one of Don's first mistresses. 4. Although "Mad Men" has won the Best Drama Emmy award four times, no one in the cast has won an Emmy for acting. 5. The character of Don Draper (Jon Hamm) is partially inspired by Draper Daniels, a legendary Chicago adman best known for creating the Marlboro Man. 6. Though she lip synced the song "Zou Bisou Bisou" for Season 5, actress Jessica Par recorded a full length version that topped Billboard's World Music chart at 1. 7. How time flies: Although Betty Francis was happy to see the grown up Glen Bishop (Marten Holden Weiner) in last week's episode, she once fired her longtime housekeeper Carla (Deborah Lacey) when she allowed Glen to visit Sally (Kiernan Shipka) against her wishes.