What do you do after graduating college? Go to work. And that is exactly what Matt wants to do. He wants to climb up the corporate ladder the old-fashion way: by working. But with the ...
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Mitch Crumb is a gay Hollywood screenwriter who returns to his hometown. His mother Suzanne,who tried to take out estranged husband Billy, is newly released and needs his help. They hangout at the family owned restaurant.
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Laura San Giacomo,
Al Bundy is a misanthropic women's shoe salesman with a miserable life. He hates his job, his wife is lazy, his son is dysfunctional (especially with women), and his daughter is dim-witted and promiscuous.
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What do you do after graduating college? Go to work. And that is exactly what Matt wants to do. He wants to climb up the corporate ladder the old-fashion way: by working. But with the bizarre employees that can be found in a multinational corporation, it looks like a long and hard climb to the top. Written by
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Basically Scott Adams' "Dilbert" comic strip given live actors. Was somewhat funny, but too similar to the film Office Space.
Weird stuff regularly happens, and the people mostly take it in stride; this is basically the plot of the entire series, and a number of office stereotypes (the under-appreciated secretary, the idiotic boss, etc.) are present. Fred Savage stands out for some reason, possibly because he is the only one of the cast I can think of that was on something else.
If there is one flaw with this show, it's that it is repetitive beyond belief. 6/10
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