Bobbie Barrett—Don Draper's new "other woman"—isn't my favorite of the women on Mad Men, but the plots and themes surrounding her character are. A few weeks ago I was riveted by the weirdly tense sexy/abusive scene when Don grabbed her crotch, and this week I was just as drawn into her brief but profound advice for Peggy Olsen. "You're never gonna get that corner office until you start treating Don as an equal. And no one will tell you this, but you can't be a man. Don't even try. Be a woman. It's powerful business, when done correctly." Like everything else about this show, her words are multi-layered, could be interpreted a number of ways, and shouldn't be taken at face value. I found her advice to be somewhat of a modern feminist mantra, and wise beyond its year (1961). So often, we're led to believe that in order to be equal with men, we have to be the same as them. And sure, some women are in many respects, but a lot of us aren't. And we shouldn't have to be. That's the whole point of "lib," right?