Gordon finds that he is star of Simon's campaign to stop a library closure.
Sydney's mother has the deciding vote when Lewis, Roberts + Roberts receives a buyout offer.
Following Gordon and his partner's relationship ending, Simon becomes disillusioned with his own.
When Zach over-promises during a pitch, he must try and get Brad Paisley to sing a jingle written by Danny Chase.
When Andrew's sisters visit the office to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, Simon's hatred for the holiday grows.
Driven by his increasing desire to be a grandfather, Simon interfere with Sydney's relationship. Meanwhile at the office, Andrew and Zach see whether they are able to work with different partners.
The Bar Mitzvah which Simon is throwing for a client’s son could be in jeopardy when Zach recognises into an old flame.
Simon faces a dilemma when he is asked to eulogize a jingle writer who was widely disliked.
Andrew and Zach try to boost Simon's self-confidence when he loses a creativity contest to a new research analyst. Meanwhile, Sydney wonders if she is becoming overly attached to her new pet.
When most of the office is off sick with the flu, Lauren must work with a big client who is facing a PR disaster.
Sydney gets addicted to trying to win a video game when she gets put on the account.
When the annoying daughter of an important client becomes an intern in the firm, Sydney's insecurities are brought to the fore.
While Gordon and Simon argue about whether landing an important client is more important than their moral values, Lauren gets stuck in the multi-million dollar Victoria’s Secret Fantasy Bra.
It's the annual Accounts vs. Creatives 16-inch softball game and a job is on the line.
Due to a conflict with another account, Simon is forced by his partner, Gordon Lewis, to give up his first ever client.