As the season progresses Megan is getting more and more confused. We first see her on set of To Have and To Hold dressed as Corinne’s (evil? French?) twin, Colette, in a blonde wig, dangling earrings, and a tight, red, lace dress with turtleneck and long sleeves. She’s completely covered up and consumed by her character, the only part of Megan you recognize is the tiny bit of her face that is visible. Her acting career is overwhelming her, it seems. (Sidenote: Didn’t she say last week she was going to ask to take time off from the soap to vacay in Hawaii with Don? Guess that’s not happening anymore.)
She later attempts to connect with Don by talking about her work problems while wearing a black tank and jeans, but fails to engage him. Whereas Don is allured by Betty in her casual outfit and relaxed mood, he ignores casual Megan. He doesn’t want to have a casual relationship with Megan because that ruins her mystery; he only likes Megan when she is trying hard to please him and forgetting about her personal needs.
Since Don doesn’t make her feel any better, Megan calls over Arlene, the swinging star of the soap opera. Megan wears a rainbow pastel top with white pants and a blue scarf headband, a very young and innocent look for her. It seems very odd that she would call Arlene to hang out, especially after the swinging incident, but maybe Megan is subconsciously looking to feel needed by someone. The whole thing goes over quite badly, however, embarrassing Arlene and putting Megan’s job in an awkward position.
In her final scene, Megan wears white undies and a white tee with a red star on it–a very Marc Jacobs spring 2013 look to us.