Who killed the boss? Everyone has stayed after work to attend Rupert Maxwell’s retirement party. Not because they like him, but because they want to make sure he is really going, once and for all. With no expense spared, his P.A. has organised an Eighties throwback disco and the cheapest bubbly money can buy - but just as the party starts the bloated M.D. falls down dead. Find out who made Maxwell’s party a real choker!
Maxwell’s P.A. (she took a load off Maxwell every day!) Costume : In a skirt cut to the knee and flower print blouse, you make the perfect P.A. With your hair pulled tightly back and glasses attached by a chain around your neck you’re ready to tackle any job – and a Dictaphone allows you to take notes on the move.
HR officer (she has a smile for everyone, and maybe more!) Costume : Flamboyantly coloured trousers and blouse mirror your bubbly persona, as do your mind-boggling earrings. You regularly carry sweets with you to treat good employees, and a ruler to reprimand the bad ones.
Photocopier repairman (he likes showing off his equipment!) Costume : Grey overalls are nicely complemented by a big shiny spanner and screwdriver set. Photocopy toner may have made a few marks on your face, but your rolled-up sleeves show your manly arms. A sports cap worn backwards completes the picture.
Office junior (he gets the sticky jobs no-one else wants!) Costume : Casual in shirt and trousers without tie, your prized possession is a wooden spoon that you carry around with you, after winning it for being worst employee of the month. You have trouble hearing people over the tinny beat of your personal stereo.
Accountant (his great mathematical mind has left his body behind!) Costume : A checked woolly jumper and brown trousers softens your hard man of accountancy image. A brand new calculator gives the right impression despite being coupled with a well thumbed ‘Beginners Guide to Accountancy’ book.
Sales rep. (he’ll pump you for every last penny!) Costume : Italian designer suit, greased hair and ultra fashionable sunglasses (worn indoors only!) are the tools of your trade. Gold watch and mint fresh breath spray finish the look.
Executive (she’ll do anything for a plush corner office!) Costume : Dressed to impress, your sharp business suit is cut in all the right places. Your blouse is low-cut enough to close any deal, and the latest mobile phone completes your corporate high flyer look.
Receptionist (she’s fun and flirty and a little bit dirty!) Costume : Goth fashions are a must for Wanda, with black jeans, skirt or dress. Lots of silver jewellery, eye make-up and most importantly – any type of piercing is desirable. Couple with multicoloured nail polish and a terrible phone manner.