Megan- "I felt better failing in that audition than I did when I was succeeding at Heinz."
Rory Gilmore, Mr. Belding and the end of Megan Draper's run as a copywriter highlighted the eighth episode of Mad Men's fifth season, "Lady Lazarus."To read the rest of my review of last night's Mad Men, head over to TV Fanatic.
One stanza in the Sylvia Plath poem that this episode gets its title from reads:
Is an art, like everything else.
I do it exceptionally well.
Just as the lady of the poem wants nothing more than to finally die after being revived time and time again, Megan Draper wanted nothing more than to finally get out of the advertising business.
She was great at her job. Like the above excerpt reads, Lady Lazarus was exceptional at everything, and like Peggy so astutely commented to Joan, Megan is good at everything...she's just one of those girls.
Mad Men 508 - "Lady Lazarus"