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''My favorite episode is 'The Suitcase.' We had not only a great time making it, I got to work with one of my favorite people in the world [Elisabeth Moss], and we really got to kind of play the whole range of emotion in there. And it was funny, and the mouse and Sterling's Gold and the revelation of Anna's passing away and, just, it was a special time and moment and it was kind of this weird little self-contained bump that was really fun to play. I enjoyed it.''
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''The premiere episode for season 5 was, like, huge for Megan. It's an easy one. ... The introduction to her is so dramatic because we didn't know anything about her and then suddenly we have all of these sort of surprises that not only is she working at SCDP but she's good at it. And not only is she working well with Peggy but they're friends. And not only is she married to Don, but they're happy. And she knows about Dick Whitman, and she doesn't care. And beyond that there's the 'Zou Bisou' scene which tells us that she's open and joyful and infatuated with this guy and extroverted and a little goofy. A little embarrassing.''
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''The LSD section [of season 5, episode 6] was great fun to do, although, you know it's not as much fun as it looks. You're sort of shooting at two in the morning and trying to get all these special effects shots where you're looking into a mirror and that isn't really what you see. It cuts together great but it can be difficult to put together.''
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''My favorite is from season 1, it's an episode called 'Babylon.' Most people remember it as the one where all the girls are trying on the lipstick, and the guys are on the opposite side of the glass, and Joan has an affair. You see the affair with Roger, and he gives her a bird in a birdcage and it was the first time that I had a big episode, and I got to really discover who Joan was and I just was like, 'This is the best job of my life.' So it has a lot of sentimental resonance for me. I just love it, I look back at it and I think it's so beautiful. Don goes into the Beatnik club and you get to see that part of the '60s, and I just thought it really opened up the world of what the show was going to be as far as environment and everything.''
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''I have so many favorite Betty episodes. I maybe have three different ones. I'll try. I love ['The Fog'] where she has the baby. It's a really trippy episode to play out. I loved the episode with shooting the birds ['Long Weekend'], [and 'Shoot'] where she tries to model and the whole Coca-Cola campaign and then the rejection and then the anger and just watching that play out was really fun. And playing it out was really fun. And then I really love ['The Gypsy and the Hobo'] where Betty calls Don out on the Dick Whitman box. That was really emotional for both Jon and I. But it was very intimate too. I think that we both grew a lot and were able to be really open because we trust each other, and it was really a beautiful episode. Beautiful scenes, I thought.''
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'''The Suitcase' for sure. Definitely. I felt like that was a real sort of combination of four years work and four years of that relationship between Don and Peggy. And obviously just having so much to do was cool. Jon's my favorite person to work with so for me to have so much with him was awesome. And as a viewer I really liked it!''
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''I like them all. They're my children! I like them all equally. But it changes a lot for me. I like the episodes of the show that I feel like cannot be done on any other show. I think that 'Maidenform' may still be my favorite episode. 'Signal 30' is a close second that we did last year, which was kind of exciting to me. I love 'The Summer Man.' And I love 'The Wheel.' It's probably what'll be on my gravestone. The most incredible thing is when you don't know that you're doing it. All you know is what you're feeling. And the collaborative effort that goes into these things, just because you have to keep doing it, you have to keep shooting it. To hear that there are favorite anything makes me really happy. ''