On tonight’s season 2 premier of TBS’ Men at Work, “The New Boss,” a new editor (guest star Peri Gilpin) is picked up at Full Steam Magazine, and the boys all do their best to impress. Gibbs’ game gets shaky, Neal experiences a colossal confidence boost and Milo tries to get noticed. Meanwhile, Tyler tries to change up his dating style, and it doesn’t go quite as well as he’d like to think. | Full Story
On tonight’s season 2 premier of TBS’ Men at Work, “Will Work for Milo,” a homeless man (guest star Seth Green) decides to bully Milo to the point of no return. Neal is convinced that he needs to make a relationship power grab, and Amy isn’t having any of it. Gibbs takes on a new, more respected position after finding an old pair of glasses. Tyler fakes a job in order to pick up a new customer. | Full Story
On tonight’s season 2 premier of TBS’ Men at Work, “Missed Connections,” Tyler comes up with an ingenious plan to “create” the perfect woman for Milo and help him find an offline love…online. Gibbs experiences a different side of Neal while driving to a family engagement and tries to unleash the beast. Sarah Wright guest stars.
Men at Work is a comedy in it’s second season and is based on four friends who work together at a magazine, the recently dumped Milo barely has time to nurse his wounds before his friends decide to help him get back in the game. | Full Story
TBS has recently renewed their new TV show Men at Work.
The series is a new sit-com which stars Danny Masterson (That ’70s Show), as a man whose girlfriend recently left him. His friends — played by Adam Busch (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), James Lesure (Las Vegas) and Michael Cassidy (The O.C.) — are desperate to help him get it back together and find a new relationship.
Men at Work is doing well thus far and has averaged more than 2.7 million weekly viewers (factoring in Live + 7 DVR playback). | Full Story