What's going to happen to that Losers Party now? Jon Hamm finally won the Emmy for Leading Actor in a Drama Sunday night for playing Don Draper on Mad Men for the past eight years.

"There has been a terrible mistake, clearly," he joked after crawling on his belly to the stage (no, really) as the audience roared with applause and gave him a standing ovation. "This is impossible. It's impossible to be named with all of those extraordinary gentlemen. It's impossible to be standing up here. It's impossible to have done this show with this incredible cast, these incredible people, these incredible writers, our incredible crew. The network and the studio who put this on. Lionsgate and AMC. Am I saying that right?" he asked.

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"It's incredible and impossible for me personally to be standing here, so I want to thank the people to whom I owe an incredible debt...people who, in my life have gotten me here. Families who have chosen for some reason to take me in and be nice to me along this strange, strange road."

Hamm went on to thank a long list of loved ones, including "Jen," who is probably his long-time girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt, from whom he split earlier this month after 18 years together.

"Thank you all very much," he said. "I would not be standing here without you. Thank you to everyone who watched the show, and thank you for this."