Ever since up-and-coming actress Megan Draper (
So when The Envelope hosted a round table with "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner and the show's lead actresses the other day for a conversation, we couldn't help but inquire about the general health of everyone's characters going forward.
"I don't want to spoil anything for people, but after Lane ..." Weiner began, referring to the late, great Lane Pryce, who was the ad agency's financial officer until he hanged himself at the end of last season.
"They’re barking up the wrong tree,"
Weiner: "It’s just not part of the show. No one’s going to die."
At this point, Pare exhaled loudly and sang out: "Thank God!"
"This season," Weiner interjected, laughing. "I didn’t say never!"
So what was with the T-shirt? And why was young Sally Draper, Megan's stepdaughter, seen reading
"Yes, Sharon Tate wore that T-shirt, but that was just my costume designer Janie Bryant and I solving an argument," Weiner said. "Women's T-shirts had not come into fashion. I always wanted Megan in a