You know he's not real, www.askmen.com, don't you?
But I guess in light of the fact that drinking, smoking and sleeping around is all that is getting press these days it makes sense.
The website says he “represents something about male identity that is enduringly captivating but has nonetheless vanished…a brilliant career man and a temptation-swayed philanderer who sincerely wants to be a family man.”
Reminds me of another fictional character that may have won if his show was still on the air.
Will the real Slim Shady please stand up?