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As far as what I think about this episode of Peyton Place, it makes me
appreciate having a team that doesn't have ego clashes or melodrama. It
does remind me of a former workplace where walking down the hall from my
desk to the coffee maker resulted in at least five stilettos sticking
out of my back.