Peggy's back at the bulletin board taking down her ad, which now has the "Margaret" circled and a "Hi, Peggy!" written on it. Heh. Joan enters the break room and, after amusedly observing what Peggy's up to, says she thinks the right girl could have a great effect on her. "I do, however, find your ad unfortunate." She adds that Peggy's ad reads like "the stage directions from an Ibsen play," and opines that using "Margaret" is the wrong approach. Peggy thinks the name is more adult, but Joan points out that that's the problem -- getting a roommate in Manhattan should be about two girls having an adventure. She gives Peggy some suggestions for the ad including "fun-loving," "gallivanting," and a bunch of other words I'd, as much as I love her, never connect with Peggy. Peggy thanks Joan, but Joan cautions her, referring to the bulletin board, "Don't put it up there. Everyone here knows you." I think Peggy should also thank Greg for being such a loser that Joan's going to be forced to keep working, but it has to be acknowledged that the price of her advice is little barbs like that one. Peggy, however, doesn't waste any time in sitting down and taking notes on what Joan just told her.
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