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Comedy following the misadventures of four buddies who work together at a magazine.

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 Milo / ... (31 episodes, 2012-2014)
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 Tyler / ... (31 episodes, 2012-2014)
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 Neal (31 episodes, 2012-2014)
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 Gibbs (31 episodes, 2012-2014)
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 Amy (22 episodes, 2012-2014)

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In this new comedy about 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. Together, the four help each other navigate work, friendship and women. Written by Turner Publicity

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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TV-14

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24 May 2012 (USA)  »

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Homens Trabalhando  »

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Breckin Meyer says he wrote the show because: "I just wanted to write something to make myself laugh. I didn't write anything with the intention of doing a show, selling a show, doing a pilot. I wanted to write a longer-form thing, and I sat down and thought of some funny things that had happened to me in my life, and I started writing". See more »

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Brilliant
31 May 2012 | by (New York, USA) – See all my reviews

Despite the stereotypical sitcom-ic nature of the show's storyline, the dynamics of the characters, along with the cast itself, provide a new take on the old stalwart that is the sitcom.

The four male main cast creates a sort of Sex and the City for men; it appeals particularly to my male sense of brotherhood and humor. Much similar to the award winning "The New Girl", it exhibits perhaps more cheek, and can achieve much more. The male-centric element provides a type of humor that is so much more than what other reviewers are calling "Balls jokes" and "1992 humor". Sure, it may be juvenile, but so is the humor of almost every other sitcom out there, and that's the beauty of it. The way it's carried out by the stellar cast is what completes the picture and makes it more than what I've had the pleasure of seeing before.

The jokes flow well, are unexpected and had me not being able to remember a time that I enjoyed a sitcom this much; and I've always been a big fan of Seinfeld, Friends, That 70's Show, How I Met Your Mother, Arrested Development, and more recently Two and a Half Men, Modern Family, The Big Bang Theory and the New Girl.

This show is severely underrated, and shouldn't have the same star rating that "How to be a Gentleman" is receiving; although that's not to say that HTBAG deserves it either.

I rate it at a 7/10 at least, however I'm giving it a 10/10 on the site to boost it from ridiculous patrons who have put 1 or 2/10 just because they're too close minded on the matter.


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