Monday Morning Stir

By Patrick Coffee 

-Mother London drives straight off the cliff in its final campaign for MoneySuperMarket.

-So why did Alex Bogusky return to CP+B? Because he has some ideas for agencies to help come up with solutions to their clients’ business problems, duh.

-In case you thought this was over, Mississippi’s Department of Public Safety announced that it will no longer purchase Nike products. So state police can’t wear Jordans?

-Publisher Ozy’s campaign mocking everyone from BuzzFeed to the New York Times reminds us that people in media suck at making ads.

-OMD has retained McDonald’s media business in China as the chain’s global review marches on.

-Check out this effort from Mediahub and Netflix if you don’t think there’s any creativity in media planning.

George Tannenbaum‘s colleague Eric wants us to remember the producers.

-Brooklyn-based production company Voyager has signed on to RepresentationCo.’s Favorite Child roster for its first commercial representation.

-GSK is the latest big-budget client to take its programmatic buying in-house full story for Digiday subcribers only.