Mr. Finger, front man of one of Simon's most successful campaigns ever, pays his annual visit to the firm and shows more personal interest in Sydney then in the tour or dinner she's supposed to offer him. Simon's basically silent firm co-founder, Gordon Lewis, a giant, has had enough of accounting irregularities. Gordon particularly grills the team till he learns the truth about the Stan Wood account, a code name for a used cars salesman, Simon's old friend, who should have been knocked of as incompatible with the contractual terms with major client Ford, utterly unacceptable to Lewis. The team decides to call a marker on Mr. Finger to spearhead a campaign to sell all the used cars, so their inconvenient client can retire completely.
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It was like a lizard flicking its tongue in my mouth. Or it's tail - whatever is grosser!
Huh. So you and Mr. Finger? Yeah, I can totally see that.
That's your takeaway from my story? An old man french kissed me!
References Murder, She Wrote