Michael Bublé’s musical guest job on Saturday Night Live this past weekend included a pair of performances and a funny turn alongside Mad Men‘s Jon Hamm in a commercial for the best little ham-and-bubbly restaurant you’ll ever visit, “Hamm & Buble.” Watch Bublé comically narrating the idea behind this new culinary venture in song.
The most hilarious SNL moment, per usual, came in the form of the weekly “Digital Short,” where Hamm played the role of an obscure ’80s cult movie figure revived in 2010. Anyone who’s seen the vampire flick Lost Boys will remember Tim Capello, or the “Greasy Sax Man” as Film Drunk has dubbed him, the muscle-bound and sweat-soaked saxophonist that performs briefly in the film. Capello has become somewhat of an Internet phenomenon, and on this weekend’s “Digital Short,” Hamm stepped into the role as a “crazy sexy sax man named Sergio” who appears before a cursed Andy Samberg at all the worst times. It’s like Drag Me to Hell, if Satan was Yanni. Watch this week’s Digital Short, and the Lost Boys clip that inspired it, below: