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Don's past catches up to him when he wins an award and gets his picture on a prominent industry periodical. Ken makes his colleagues jealous when he gets a short story published in a national monthly magazine. Drunk and giggling, Betty and Don -- carrying a horseshoe-topped trophy -- arrive home from an award ceremony. As Betty playfully congratulates her husband on the "Newkie," he remains modest. The next morning, Don wakes up, severely hung over, and arrives late to the office. According to Peggy, Pete had given up waiting on him and said the award, which was mentioned in Advertising Age, had gone to his head. In the same breath, Peggy congratulates Ken. Ken wrote a short story, "Tapping a Maple on a Cold Vermont Morning," that was published in the acclaimed Atlantic Monthly. Pete and Paul are s...

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