When a corporation wants to buy out Lewis, Roberts+Roberts, Gordon calls in the board to vote, and Simon’s ex-wife and Sydney’s mom has the final say.
Simon and the team try an out-of-the-box idea in order to save a library from being shut down, and Gordon literally becomes the unwilling poster boy for the campaign.
Simon’s promising new relationship is tested when he becomes disillusioned with love after Gordon and his partner break up.
Trying to channel Simon, Zach over promises on a pitch and must get Brad Paisley to sing a jingle written by Danny Chase.
Simon’s hatred for all things related to St. Patrick’s Day is exacerbated when Andrew’s rowdy and spirited sisters descend on the office to celebrate the holiday.
Simon’s desperation for grandchildren forces him to interfere with Sydney’s new relationship. Meanwhile, Zach and Andrew try working with other partners.
Simon offers to throw a client’s son’s Bar Mitzvah, but Zach’s run-in with the only woman he’s ever loved may upend the festivities.
A woman asks Simon to eulogize her deceased father, a jingle writer who was not a well-liked man.
When the agency’s new research analyst defeats Simon in a creativity contest, Zach and Andrew work together to help Simon get his groove back. Meanwhile, Sydney worries that her new attachment to a cat will ruin her chances with future human relationships
Simon gives Lauren a chance to work with a big client facing a PR disaster when the rest of the office comes down with the flu.
When Simon mixes up the assignments in the office, he puts Sydney on an account for a video game that she becomes addicted to winning.
Sydney’s insecurities about how she is perceived resurface when the bratty daughter of an important client becomes their intern.
While Simon and Gordon disagree on compromising their values to land a lucrative client, Lauren gets stuck in the multi-million dollar Victoria’s Secret Fantasy Bra.
Someone’s job is on the line at the annual Accounts vs. Creatives 16-inch softball game, and the truth about Simon’s last epic win threatens to surface.
Simon is intent to make things right when his partner, Gordon Lewis, forces him to give up his very first client when it conflicts with another account.
An infatuated ex-co-worker of Sydney’s writes a stalker-ish song about her. Meanwhile, Simon struggles to pitch the Australian Tourism Board, the location of his final bender.
In the series' witty and hilarious opening season we meet unorthodox Simon (beloved Oscar Winner Robin Williams) and his sensible daughter who's tasked with keeping him in check!
Oscar Winner Robin Williams shines in this witty sitcom as the hilarious, unorthodox head of a powerful ad agency. With any luck, his sensible daughter/partner will rein him in!
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Beloved Oscar® Winner Robin Williams brings his unique, high-energy humor to the small screen in this witty, hilarious workplace comedy from acclaimed writer-producer David E. Kelley. Although ad man Simon Roberts’ (Williams) methods are unorthodox and unpredictable, as head of his own agency, he’s kept in check by his dedicated staff, especially his no-nonsense daughter, Sydney.
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