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Men At Work - S2

Episode Notes/Recap:

  • Tyler Visits A Website Called “Missed Connections”, And Sees A Post From Some Girl. The Girl Says That She Had A “Moment” With Someone (Who’s Description Closely Resembles Milo). Milo Thinks That It’s Possible That He Missed A Connection With This Girl.
  • Neal And Gibbs Plan To Go To A Party That Neal’s Wealthy Cousin Is Having/Hosting, In The Hamptons.
  • Milo And Tyler Go To A Coffee Shop To Meet With The Girl That Posted On “Missed Connections”. Milo And Tyler Arrive Only To Find A Horde Of Men That Closely Resemble Milo. It Seems That All Of  The Men Have Responded To The Girl’s “Missed Connections” Post.
  • The Girl That Posted On “Missed Connections” Arrives At The Meetup Location. Milo Learns That He Is Not The Man That She Had A Connection With.
  • Tyler Tells Milo That They Should Use The “Missed Connections” Site To Design The “Perfect Woman”.
  • Tyler Tells Milo That They Should Post On “Missed Connections”, Describing The Perfect Girl That They Would Want To Meet, And See If Anyone Shows Up/Responds.
  • Milo Describes His Perfect Girl To Tyler, Who Then Posts The Information On “Missed Connections”.
  • Neal And Gibbs Begin Driving To Neal’s Cousin’s House, For The Party.
  • Tyler And Milo Go To Meet With The Girl That Responded To Milo’s “Perfect Girl Post” (Molly).
  • Gibbs Tries To Get Neal To Stand Up To His Overbearing, And Sometimes Non-Appreciative Family.
  • Milo Meets Molly, And Begins Talking With Her. However, The Girl Doesn’t Seem To Be Interested In Milo. It Seems That Molly Was Expecting To See Someone Else. Her True “Missed Connection”.
  • Milo Agrees To Help Molly Find Her True “Missed Connection”. The Man That She Was Originally Expecting To Meet.
  • Neal Learns That His Dad Is Giving The Classic Family Car To His Cousin, Who Is Hosting The Party. Neal Had Been Expecting To Inherit This Car, At Some Point.
  • Tyler, Milo, And Molly Begin Their Search For Molly’s “Missed Connection”.
  • Neal Reaches His Breaking Point After His Dad Calls, And Tells Him That He Is Giving The Family Car To His Cousin. Neal Finally Stands Up To His Family, And Speeds Off In The Family Car.
  • While Searching For Molly’s “Missed Connection”, Molly And Milo Seemingly Become Closer. They Begin Finding That They Have Many Shared Interests.
  • Neal Wakes Up In The Backseat Of The Family Car, And Finds That Gibbs Is Driving. Neal Learns That He And Gibbs Partied All Night, And Are Now En Route Back To The City.
  • Neal Learns That His Father Has Reported The Family Car Stolen. Neal And Gibbs are Consequently Pulled Over By The Police.
  • Molly Finally Finds, And Meets Up With, Her True “Missed Connection”.
  • Neal’s Dad Agrees To Not Press Charges Against Neal/Gibbs For “Stealing” The Family Car.
  • Molly Posts On “Missed Connections” And Says That She May Have Known Her “Mr. Right” All Along. Molly Then Invites Milo Out For Coffee. It Seems That Milo And Molly Had A True Connection.

Favorite Episode Quotes:

1) “Come On, You’re Like The Third Best Looking Milo Here.” – Tyler

2) “You Mean Like Build-A-Bear But With Girls?” – Milo

3) “Captain Gibbs Is On The Bridge.”  – Gibbs

4) “Don’t You Do It, Curly Sue!” – Tyler

5) “Aw! Is That A Gorilla In A Tuxedo?”  – Gibbs

6) “Is It Weird I Feel A Little Like Fred From Scooby-Doo, Right Now?”  – Milo

7) “Go For T-Dog.”   – Tyler

I Was Definitely Glad To See That Men At Work Had Made It Back To TBS! This Became One Of My Favorite, Quirky Shows, That Seemed Like It Would Be Dull At First. However, There’s Quite A Bit Of Story, And Many Relate-able Characters In The Show. This Scripted Comedy Has Gotten A Lot Of Hate, Throughout It’s First Season, However, I Think That It Has Done Quite Well. Overall, This Is A Fun Comedy That I Would Like To See Last For A While.

~ Scott R.

 

 

 

 

 

 


9/8c Saving Hope on NBC

Recap last weeks episode 1×05 “Out of Sight

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9/8c Burn Notice on USA

Recap 6×03 “Last Rites”

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9/8c Anger Management On FX

10/9c Suits on USA

Recap 2×03 “Meet The New Boss”

Tonight:

10/9c Rookie Blue 10/9c on ABC

10/9c Men At Work 1 hour season finale on TBS

Awkward 10:30/9:30c on MTV


Both Burn Notice & Suits are off this week.

9/8c Saving Hope on NBC

Recap last weeks episode “The Fight”

9:30/8:30c Anger Management on FX

Recap last weeks premiere.

10/9c Rookie Blue on ABC

Recap last weeks episode “Girls Night Out”

10/9c Men At Work on TBS

Recap last weeks episode “Plan B”

10:30/9:30c Awkward on MTV

Recap last weeks Season 2 Premiere


9/8c Saving Hope on NBC

Recap last weeks episode.

9/8c Burn Notice on USA

9/8c Anger Management 1 hour Premiere on FX

10/9c Suits on USA

Recap last weeks episode.

10/9c Rookie Blue 10/9c on ABC

Recap the last episode.

10/9c Men At Work on TBS

Recap last weeks episode.

10:30/9:30c Awkward Season 2 Premiere on MTV


Episode Notes:

  • Tyler  Begins Testing A Lie Detector App.
  • Milo Has A One Night Stand At His Apartment, With A Woman Named Abbie.
  • When Milo Arrives Home From Work, He Finds Abbie In His Apartment, Cooking Dinner.
  • By Using The Lie Detector App, Tyler Learns That Gibbs Didn’t Like Him For The First Year That They Knew Each Other.
  • Abbie Continues To Stay At Milo’s Apartment.
  • Tyler And Gibbs Apologize To Each Other, And Ultimately Become Friends Again.
  • Milo Learns That Abbie Is An Escaped Mental Patient, And He Is Finally Able To Get Her Out Of His Apartment.

Favorite Episode Quote(s):

1) “If You Don’t Stop, I’m Gonna Throat-Punch You.”   – Gibbs

 

Review:

I Apologize For The Short Recap, And Lack Of Quotes. Tonight’s Episode Was Relatively Simple, And It Lacked Details, Which Made The Notes Short. As For The Series, I’ve Enjoyed Men At Work Since The Pilot. The Show Is Able To Throw Hundreds Of Laughs Into A 30 Minute Time Frame. This Is The Kind Of Show That Will Have You Laughing Hysterically. Along With Comedy, Each Episode Has An Interesting Plot. Overall, I Would Definitely Recommend Men At Work. Watch Men At Work Live: Thursday’s At 10/9C. On TBS.

 

~ Scott R.