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It's another day at heartless, multinational corporate hellhole Hampton DeVille, where junior executives-in-training Matt and Jake are at the beck and call of tyrannical CEO Christian DeVille and his top deputies, brown-nosers John and Kate. Working their way through an ever-revolving series of disasters seems to be Matt and Jake's specialty, and their only ally is human resources rep Grace, who is strung out by Hampton's toxic culture. The dark, edgy comedy is the brainchild of writers/executive producers Matt Ingebretson and Jake Weisman, who star as their namesake characters.

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Jake is forced to share their office with an unsettling new deskmate while Matt is on vacation.
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When a national tragedy happens, everyone in the office competes to see who has the most incisive and heartfelt social media post.
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Matt and Jake get up to mischief while working on Labor Day, until they discover they are not the only ones in the office.
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Things get out of hand fast when Hampton DeVille starts tracking when people leave their desks.
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Jake, Matt, John and Kate get grilled by a dogged Hampton DeVille accountant after eating an expensive dinner.
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Matt's broken exclamation point key strains his relationship with John and Kate; Jake convinces Grace to help him get rid of the office dog.
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Jake tries to market makeup to men; Grace coaches Kate on how to talk to their male co-workers after John complains about her tone.
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When Matt's old college buddy invites him to hang out, he's determined to prove he's still young and fun.
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Matt tries not to develop a crush on a new colleague, and Christian buys a news network.
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Matt copes with his family trauma by throwing himself into the office holiday party; Christian questions his world view; Jake considers leaving the company.
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John pressures Jake and Matt into helping him move a grandfather clock in his apartment, sabotaging their weekend plans.
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As the staff obsesses over a prestige TV show, Jake resists their attempts to force him to watch; Matt's life starts to eerily echo the events of the series.
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Forced to take charge of a meeting after Christian gets a call, John and Kate trap the staff in the conference room without their phones until they finish brainstorming.
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Matt and Jake struggle to convince a co-worker to wear a shirt on casual Friday; Christian seeks to strike a deal with a group of megachurches.
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Business gurus teach Matt how to be a more confident person; Jake finds love at a networking mixer.

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