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Your favorite men are finally coming back to work! Brand new season of Men at Work starts Wednesday, January 15 at 10/9c.

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Your favorite men are finally coming back to work! Brand new season of Men at Work starts Wednesday, January 15 at 10/9c.

    • EPISODE 1

    Pre-Posal

    Neal (Adam Busch) looks for the courage to ask P.J. (J.K. Simmons) for Amy’s hand in marriage. Milo (Danny Masterson) asks Gibbs (James Lesure) to be his mentor, while Tyler (Michael Cassidy) worries about getting old.

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    Neal (Adam Busch) looks for the courage to ask P.J. (J.K. Simmons) for Amy’s hand in marriage. Milo (Danny Masterson) asks Gibbs (James Lesure) to be his mentor, while Tyler (Michael Cassidy) worries about getting old.

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    • EPISODE 2

    Post-Posal

    As Neal’s (Adam Busch) marriage proposal is derailed by Milo (Danny Masterson), Gibbs (James Lesure) accuses Tyler (Michael Cassidy) of “straight-baiting” a wealthy gay friend. Guest starring Lance Bass.

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    As Neal’s (Adam Busch) marriage proposal is derailed by Milo (Danny Masterson), Gibbs (James Lesure) accuses Tyler (Michael Cassidy) of “straight-baiting” a wealthy gay friend. Guest starring Lance Bass.

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    • EPISODE 3

    Holy New Boss!

    As Neal (Adam Busch) struggles to recover from his failed marriage proposal, a new Editor-in-Chief (guest star David Krumholtz) demands everyone justify their jobs as he looks for someone to fire.

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    As Neal (Adam Busch) struggles to recover from his failed marriage proposal, a new Editor-in-Chief (guest star David Krumholtz) demands everyone justify their jobs as he looks for someone to fire.

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    • EPISODE 4

    I Take Thee, Gibbs

    As Gibbs (James Lesure) agrees to marry his British girlfriend to get her a green card, Milo (Danny Masterson) is upset to learn his new girlfriend is close friends and business partners with her female ex. Tyler (Michael Cassidy) fights for their new boss’ (guest star David Krumholtz) approval.

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    As Gibbs (James Lesure) agrees to marry his British girlfriend to get her a green card, Milo (Danny Masterson) is upset to learn his new girlfriend is close friends and business partners with her female ex. Tyler (Michael Cassidy) fights for their new boss’ (guest star David Krumholtz) approval.

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    • EPISODE 5

    Gigo-Milo

    As Milo’s (Danny Masterson) pitch to a book publisher (guest star Jane Seymour) takes an unexpected turn, Tyler (Michael Cassidy) and Gibbs (James Lesure) are enlisted to write tweets for Myron (David Krumholtz). Neal (Adam Busch) hires an aging intern (guest star Ed Asner).

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    As Milo’s (Danny Masterson) pitch to a book publisher (guest star Jane Seymour) takes an unexpected turn, Tyler (Michael Cassidy) and Gibbs (James Lesure) are enlisted to write tweets for Myron (David Krumholtz). Neal (Adam Busch) hires an aging intern (guest star Ed Asner).

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    • EPISODE 6

    Hi, Jude

    Tyler (Michael Cassidy) must prove his intellectual bona fides to win the respect of the magazine’s newest writer. Milo (Danny Masterson) struggles with being an unemployed novelist. Guest starring Kelen Coleman and Apolo Ohno.

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    Tyler (Michael Cassidy) must prove his intellectual bona fides to win the respect of the magazine’s newest writer. Milo (Danny Masterson) struggles with being an unemployed novelist. Guest starring Kelen Coleman and Apolo Ohno.

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    • EPISODE 7

    Molly

    While trying to salvage Neal’s (Adam Busch) chances with a new girl, the guys land at two different parties where they unwittingly take two different drugs.

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    While trying to salvage Neal’s (Adam Busch) chances with a new girl, the guys land at two different parties where they unwittingly take two different drugs.

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    • EPISODE 8

    Suburban Gibbs

    A party at his new girlfriend’s (guest star Molly Sims) house has Gibbs (James Lesure) in danger of becoming a suburbanite. When Tyler (Michael Cassidy) offers to help support him, Milo (Danny Masterson) learns the truth about their apartment’s rent.

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    A party at his new girlfriend’s (guest star Molly Sims) house has Gibbs (James Lesure) in danger of becoming a suburbanite. When Tyler (Michael Cassidy) offers to help support him, Milo (Danny Masterson) learns the truth about their apartment’s rent.

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    • EPISODE 9

    Jude Awakening

    As Tyler (Michael Cassidy) asks Jude (Kelen Coleman) on a date, Milo (Danny Masterson) struggles to make Gibbs (James Lesure) cry. A spur of the moment date reveals Neal’s (Adam Busch) huge secret.

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    As Tyler (Michael Cassidy) asks Jude (Kelen Coleman) on a date, Milo (Danny Masterson) struggles to make Gibbs (James Lesure) cry. A spur of the moment date reveals Neal’s (Adam Busch) huge secret.

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    • EPISODE 10

    Odd Milo Out

    When Jude invites the rest of the guys to a basketball game on their annual Bad Movie Night, Milo (Danny Masterson) accidentally leaks word of her romance with Tyler (Michael Cassidy). Gibbs (James Lesure) undermines Neal’s (Adam Busch) attempt to move into his own apartment.

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    When Jude invites the rest of the guys to a basketball game on their annual Bad Movie Night, Milo (Danny Masterson) accidentally leaks word of her romance with Tyler (Michael Cassidy). Gibbs (James Lesure) undermines Neal’s (Adam Busch) attempt to move into his own apartment.

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