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It's the time of the year for the Teddy Awards again. Ted, as usual, is stepping up his campaign to woo the Teddy Awards nominating committee and voters with his week long supposed deeds of do-gooding. Just before the nominations are to be announced, Lou hears through the grapevine that Ted didn't even get nominated this year. Lou wants Ted to hear the news from a friend rather than when the nominations are officially announced. Lou didn't however hear about who is being bestowed the Albert Mason Award, an award he despises both for its origins - Albert Mason being a crook who only originated the award as a tax write-off - and the fact that it is given to over-the-hill newspeople who have nothing left in their news careers. What ends up being worse for Lou than telling Ted he wasn't nominated is later learning himself that he is this year's Albert Mason Award winner. As disgusted as he is in being named the winner, Lou has another reason for not wanting the award: he's afraid of making public speeches. Lou thinks he has a way of getting over both hurdles in accepting the award.
Lou wins an award that he originally ridiculed.
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