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Part Timers 

A group of employees attempt to deal with the mundanity of working at a dysfunctional children's restaurant called Pork E. Pine's.
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Series cast summary:
Ian Hecox ...  Ian 20 episodes, 2016
Anthony Padilla ...  Anton 20 episodes, 2016
Casey Webb ...  Dinger 20 episodes, 2016
Jade Martz ...  Ella 20 episodes, 2016
Natalie Whittle Natalie Whittle ...  Lori 20 episodes, 2016
Cat Alter ...  Mads 20 episodes, 2016
Noah Grossman ...  Pete 20 episodes, 2016
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A group of employees attempt to deal with the mundanity of working at a dysfunctional children's restaurant called Pork E. Pine's.

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Comedy

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It is based off of Ian Hecox's first job at Chuck E. Cheese's. See more »

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The Perfect Theme Song
11 March 2019 | by jonsefcikSee all my reviews

This series is okay. It's very hit-or-miss; sometimes it's really funny and other times it's just lame. I'm bumping my rating up to an 8 purely for the opening theme. Its one of my all time favorite theme songs.

This is America, land of dreams Everyone can climb higher (not you though, you're stuck here...) Cause you're part timers (yeah!) You can do anything (as long as its not hard) And you can go anywhere (as soon as you get a car) You'll be a huge success (come on, that's not who you are) You're a part-timer cursed with full-time dreams And this low-paying job is as bad as it seems, bad as it seems What the f%$# are you doing here (Oh wa-oh) What the f%$# are you doing here (Ah-ah-oh) Seriously, dude? (like what the f%$#?)

It perfectly describes the struggle and state of mind of so many young people who feel trapped in dead end jobs. As kids we have all these big aspirations and many of us even go to college to get a shot at pursuing these aspirations, but in reality a lot of us don't get very far in life. Sad but true. I realize this song was probably written as a joke and I may be looking for something that isn't there, but it's just too unironically real.


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USA

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English

Release Date:

11 January 2016 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$900,000 (estimated)
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Defy Media, Generate See more »
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