Could this be the end of the 4am Creative Advertising Bureau?
Ian and our merry band of creatives have been called to the Chairman’s office, this can’t be good? Will the plug be pullled? Will they all be made to reapply for their jobs? Will the coffee machine ever get fixed? All may be revealed in this thrilling finale to series 3. Or something.
Elsewhere, Lennard and Darby are trying to diffuse the situation, Helen and Ian are struggling with information overload and Derek takes an unappreciated call. Meanwhile, poor Tim can’t seem to get the wording right and Live Tweeting takes on a whole new level.
Don’t miss the final episode of 4am CAB… or you’ll have to buy the Boxset. The end is Nigh, or is that near?
Things are changing at the 4am Creative Advertising Bureau.
Fleur is wide awake in the small hours and making cupcakes when she learns her future is uncertain. Ian attempts some firefighting but it might be too late. Does this mean that Brett will have to fall back on being a Doctor? Well, at least there are baked goods.
Meanwhile in the future, Chris is getting lost, Dez & Charlie are finishing each other’s sentences, Sharkov and Chang may (or may not) have developed the greatest achievement of mankind and Steven Frost has woken from a very long sleep and is feeling a bit woozy.
Roll up, roll up get your fags and tech products here. It’s time to go back to the generic MP3 device for the penultimate episode of Series 3 (not including the Christmas Special – if we decide to do one.)
Oooh, would you close that door, there’s a terrible stink coming in!?
The 4am Creative Advertising Bureau have a new assignment.
The Japanese want to take an English delicacy and rebrand it. Fleur and Martin are ready to take on the considerable challenge but Brett has been listening to chinese whispers. This could all go to pot if they’re not careful.
Rupert and Beryl are breaking up whereas Mr Darcy is about to the pop the question and our roving reporter ventures oop north. Debbie, meanwhile, is finding James a bit hard to swallow.
4am CAB puts on it’s airs and graces before embarrassing itself by using the wrong fork. It’s time for the fourth episode of Series 3 – what oh!
It’s very quiet at the 4am Creative Advertising Bureau today.
Cheryl calls in a favour from Martin who takes his new responsibilities very seriously. With great power comes a great deal of arsing around, especially when the coffee machine is still knackered. Meanwhile, Brett has lost his passport, Fleur has lost the plot and Ian has lost the thing he finds most precious. Oh and what do you think of when you hear Turkey Timeshare?
We have an extremely limited range of actors for hire, we eavesdrop on a couple of unconventional interviews and all the while James is struggling to pick up his daily perk me up. Also, if they can get their act together, The Mob might just have the answer to all their problems.
4am CAB dusts off it’s best suit and joins the sweaty commute for the third episode of Series 3
Another day dawns on the 4am Creative Advertising Bureau.
New kid on the block, Martin, is very excited. Today he joins the 4am CAB team – not that he’s getting paid though, much to his mothers annoyance. It’s a dog eat dog food world out there.
We unleash the trailer for the next big summer blockbuster, Tim has a date but is struggling to tell the time and Gav ‘n’ Trixie are bashing their heads together and seeing stars. There are a pair of hot blooded slugs, the eternal search for the potato peeler and we get lovey-dovey in the poetry club.
We get crazy in love for the second episode of Series 3 – maybe you should buy your man some flowers?
Welcome to the 4am Creative Advertising Bureau. Brett is enduring a self-inflicted mid-twenties crisis, Cheryl is having a bakery emergency, Fleur just wants the coffee machine to work and all the while Ian is living in his own little world. The 4am CAB is open for business, just.
Meanwhile, there’s a wardrobe malfunction of epic proportions, the local constabulary is piloting a new identity concept, and there’s nothing but repeats on the radio.