S1, EP10 "Starring Christopher Hitchens, Philip Larkin and Josef Stalin"
Thom writes a story, and then quits his job; "Radical Capitalism"; hopes and dreams; a big red slide.
S1, EP9 "Starring Mr. Mike, Joseph McCarthy and Alfred Bernhard Nobel"
Thom learns something terrible about Larry; Lee takes Julius to Hebrew School; Thom seeks advice from Dani.
S1, EP8 "Starring Rene Descartes, Adweek and HRH The Princess of Arendelle"
Thom is forced out of his office; Lee meets Sandy while helping out as "lunch mom"; James Deen gives advice on success in porn and corporate America.
S1, EP7 "Starring David Ogilvy, Anton Chekhov and Gluten Enteropathy"
Thom promises Julius he will return from Los Angeles with a toy, but must stay longer than expected; Lee gets a new cell phone.
S1, EP6 "Starring Helen Keller, Moses and Lenny Bruce"
Thom takes over a campaign and consoles Larry; Lee goes into a tailspin over a new store at the mall; the Swedes try to steal Lorna.
S1, EP5 "Starring Josey Wales, Jesus Christ and the New York Times"
When Thom misses a morning meeting, Gottfrid questions his priorities; Lee finds a new studio with a Holocaust survivor for a landlord; Thom's train kills a commuter.
S1, EP4 "Starring Sigmund Freud, Charles Bukowski and Seven Billion A..."
Thom is overrun by jerks; the Swedes emasculate Thom at work; Jonathan introduces the official Nazi handbook at a meeting; Julius is suspended.
S1, EP3 "Starring Vladimir Nabokov, Hippocrates and God"
Thom receives differing ideas on the meaning of suffering after Julius gets ill; MGT departments begin downsizing.
S1, EP2 "Starring Marc Chagall, Abuela and Adolf Hitler"
Thom gets a lesson in corporate America involving German pornography; the Swedes push a new campaign; Lee's mother sends Julius a package.
S1, EP1 "Starring Samuel Beckett, Albert Camus and Dr. Alois Alzheimer"
A 44-year-old man is pressured to rebrand himself when his agency hires young creative directors to evolve the company.