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It's a generational clash when 40-something ad exec Thom Payne gets a new wunderkind boss, who is in his mid-20s. When his boss starts using words like digital, social and viral, Thom realizes he may need to rebrand himself to compete in a technology-driven world. His pursuit of happiness is going well to this point -- he has a beautiful house in the woods, a loving family, a roster of big-name clients and a trophy shelf filled with awards for his work -- but being slow to adapt compromises his quest. His immediate supervisor, 50-something Jonathan, has begun to embrace the changing environment and encourages Thom to do the same. Otherwise, Thom may be stuck being just "happyish" for the rest of his life.

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Thom writes a story, and then quits his job; "Radical Capitalism"; hopes and dreams; a big red slide.
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Thom learns something terrible about Larry; Lee takes Julius to Hebrew School; Thom seeks advice from Dani.
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Thom is forced out of his office; Lee meets Sandy while helping out as "lunch mom"; James Deen gives advice on success in porn and corporate America.
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Thom promises Julius he will return from Los Angeles with a toy, but must stay longer than expected; Lee gets a new cell phone.
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Thom takes over a campaign and consoles Larry; Lee goes into a tailspin over a new store at the mall; the Swedes try to steal Lorna.
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When Thom misses a morning meeting, Gottfrid questions his priorities; Lee finds a new studio with a Holocaust survivor for a landlord; Thom's train kills a commuter.
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Thom is overrun by jerks; the Swedes emasculate Thom at work; Jonathan introduces the official Nazi handbook at a meeting; Julius is suspended.
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Thom receives differing ideas on the meaning of suffering after Julius gets ill; MGT departments begin downsizing.
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Thom gets a lesson in corporate America involving German pornography; the Swedes push a new campaign; Lee's mother sends Julius a package.
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A 44-year-old man is pressured to rebrand himself when his agency hires young creative directors to evolve the company.

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