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"Men at Work" review by Suzanne
Airs Wednesdays 10/9c on TBS

The third season of this show returns tonight! It's easy to forget about a little workplace cable sitcom when there are so many great shows out there to watch, but this one I find to be very funny. I'm kind of picky about humor. I don't like most of today's comedies. This one is good and gets better each season. They've really got it tightly going now so the timing is better and the humor is better.

If you're looking for today's type of sitcom like Modern Family, this is not it. This is a traditional type of sitcom where they have jokes. The people in it are very likable and not annoying. It's like a real group of friends hanging out, except way funnier.

Even though it's mostly about these four guys, women should like it, too. I know I do! In tonight's episode, they all come back from vacation. Neal tries to get PJ's blessing so he can ask his girlfriend Amy to marry him. Gibbs convinces Milo to become a samurai, and Tyler is convinced he's getting old. It's all very funny! Make sure to tune in.




Programming Alert

Weeks of Jan. 13, 20 & 27, 2014



Men at Work

SEASON PREMIERE: Men at Work"Pre-Posal" – Wednesday, Jan. 15, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) – TV-14-L

Neal is going to propose to Amy, but first he has to get her father's blessing – and it's not going to be easy. Milo joins Gibbs on his yearly "samurai cleanse." Tyler finds his first gray hair and is convinced that the end is close… or at least closer. J.K. Simmons guest stars.

Directed by Andrew D. Weyman

Written by Breckin Meyer

Created by Breckin Meyer

Men at Work"Post-Posal" – Wednesday, Jan. 22, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) – TV-14-DLS

Gibbs helps Neal plan the perfect proposal. When Neal doesn't get the answer he expected from Amy (guest star Meredith Hagner), Milo thinks it's all his fault.  The guys accuse Tyler of "straight baiting" his new friend, who happens to be one of the richest men in America (guest star Steven Brand). Lance Bass guest stars.

Directed by Arlene Sanford

Written by Eric Siegel & Eric Wasserman

Created by Breckin Meyer

Men at Work"Holy New Boss!" – Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) – TV-14-DLS

Myron (guest star David Krumholtz), the new boss at Full Steam, has promised to fire one employee by the end of the day. When Neal shows up to work drunk, the guys rally to sober him up and save his job.

Directed by Betsy Thomas

Written by Breckin Meyer

Created by Breckin Meyer

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The boys return to work, Dating & Big-City Life on the Third Season of TBS's Hit COmedy Men at Work

Season 3 Premieres Wednesday, January 15 at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)

MEN AT WORK – the hit TBS comedy about four buddies who help each other navigate the treacherous waters of work, friendship and women – is set to return for its third season next Wednesday, January 15th. Star DANNY MASTERSON (That '70s Show, Yes Man)  is joined by co-stars Michael Cassidy (The O.C), Adam Busch (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), and James Lesure (Las Vegas) on the show which was created by Breckin Meyer (Road Trip, TNT’s Franklin & Bash). The show has an impressive list of guest stars this season such as Ryan Phillippe, Molly Simms, David Krumholtz, Jane Seymour, Ed Asner and Emmanuelle Chriqui.

Created by Breckin Meyer, Men at Work centers on four buddies who work together at a magazine. Danny Masterson plays Milo, whose friends are determined to help him find success in the dating game. James Lesure is Gibbs, a photographer and successful ladies man. Michael Cassidy plays Tyler, a features writer who brings a dose of style and sophistication to the group. And Adam Busch is Neal, a somewhat nerdy ad salesman whose girlfriend, Amy (Meredith Hagner), also happens to be the daughter of magazine’s owner (recurring guest star J.K. Simmons).

This past spring, the second season of the series averaged 1.9 million viewers and 1.2 million adults 18-49. Men at Work comes to TBS from Sony Pictures Television and Fanfare. The multi-camera comedy is executive-produced by Breckin Meyer (Road Trip, Franklin & Bash), along with Fanfare’s Jamie Tarses (Happy Endings, TNT’s Franklin & Bash, TBS’s My Boys) and Julia Franz (Scrubs).

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