Work It: Season 1 (2012)
Critic Consensus: Work It is offensive not simply because it traffics in absurd and outmoded stereotypes, but because it brings nothing fresh or funny to the workplace comedy.
In this sitcom's only season, two out-of-work men try to beat a bad economy by posing as women to get sales jobs at a pharmaceutical company. After Lee (Ben Koldyke) finds work at the firm and recruits his friend Angel (Amaury Nolasco), the two learn to live as women while cherishing their off-the-clock lives as men.
as Dr. David Deutsch
as Dr. Robert Collins
as Dr. Keith Sorenson
as Make-up artist
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[Work It is] a retrograde shame-spiral of a series that hates women nearly as much as its viewers will hate themselves. But this detestable disasterpiece doesn't even have the courtesy to be interesting in its inanity.
When you add to that a string of obvious, unfunny cross-dressing jokes and a set of female characters that are barely even one-dimensional, the premise pretty much collapses entirely.
This series aims so low, to paraphrase another artifact from the Bosom Buddies era, it could practically play handball against the curb.
Work It may prompt a grin or two with its initial sight gags. That's not nearly enough to hold this thing together, though. Toot toot tootsie goodbye.
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