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You Can Now Buy the ‘Zou Bisou Bisou’ Song From the ‘Mad Men’ Season Five Premiere

Perhaps the most memorable moment of 'Mad Men's' season five premiere Sunday night was Jessica Paré's sultry perfomance of the song 'Zou Bisou Bisou.'

Paré, who plays Don Draper's young new wife Megan, is French-Canadian, and she used her bilingual skills to sing the sexy French language song during Draper's 40th birthday party.

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10 Hilarious ‘Mad Men’ Memes

'Mad Men' returned on Sunday after a nearly two-year absence, beginning its long-awaited fifth season with the revelation that Don Draper had married his secretary, Megan. (Admit it -- you watched the entire episode while "Draping.")

To celebrate the return of America's favorite chain-smoking, liquor-swilling ad execs (and Christina Hendricks, of course), we've gathered some funny photo memes inspired by the show from around the Web. (Note: some images contain NSFW language and outdated views on women in the workplace.) 

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Obama Gets the ‘Mad Men’ Treatment in ‘Chief Exec’

'Mad Men' returned for its fifth season on Sunday night. Not only has a lot changed for the folks at Sterling Cooper Draper Price during their 17 month TV hiatus, but a lot has changed for those of us in the real world.

Take Barack Obama, for example. 17 months ago, the President wasn't thinking about Mitt Romney or raising gas prices. But now those are just some of the challenges on his plate. With that in mind, Will Rabbe offers his take on the iconic 'Mad Men' opening sequence, but with Obama in the place of Don Draper.

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‘Draping’ Will Get You Ready For the ‘Mad Men’ Premiere

Since you are already way sick of Jolie'ing, we have another body positioning internet meme that you and your digital camera can play along with. It's Draping, and it's based on 'Mad Men' protagonist Don Draper and his name-appropriate habit of casually draping his arm over things like couches and ladies.

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‘Mad Men’s’ Sally Draper Plays Child Star Psychologist [VIDEO]

Sally Draper, the troubled daughter of Don and Betty Draper on 'Mad Men,' saw a child psychiatrist last season. Clearly eleven-year old actress Kiernan Shipka, who portrays Sally, has picked up some tips from those on-screen sessions.

In this Funny or Die sketch, Shipka plays psychologist to such fellow child stars as Nolan Gould (Luke Dunphy on 'Modern Family') and Danielle Fishel (formerly Topanga on 'Boy Meets World').

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Vintage ‘Mad Men’ ‘Playboy’ Covers Are a Fan’s Dream [IMAGES]

The good folks over at Tauntr have made our 'Mad Men' dreams come true with vintage 'Playboy' covers featuring Alison Brie, Christina Hendricks and January Jones.

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Jane Lynch’s 2011 Emmys Opening Number [VIDEO]

Jane Lynch opened the 63rd Emmy Awards with a song and dance number that took the audience through the world of television, reimagined as an inner-city apartment building housing all the top TV shows.

Lynch walked through scenes of hit series like 'Mad Men' (where she was asked to leave the room when she informed Don Draper that in 50 years people would be fast-forwarding through commercials) and 'The Big Bang Theory' (where she learned that not all jokes merit canned laughter).

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Animator Re-Imagines ‘Mad Men’ Opening Credits [VIDEO]

Can't wait until 2012 for more 'Mad Men'? We've got two suggestions to whet your appetite: Emotions with Jon Hamm, a Tumblr dedicated to the expressive man behind stoic lead Don Draper, and this animated re-imagining of the show's opening credits, from the mind of illustrator Paul Rogers.

The sleek, colorful images of the characters' favorite props (a typewriter, a pack of Lucky Strikes, Don's Coupe de Ville, Joan Holloway's pen necklace, etc.) are enough to make ousted art director Sal Romano jealous.

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