Men at Work to Return, Who Gets the Last Laugh? to Debut

men at work season twoTBS is kicking off their spring lineup with the return of their Men at Work sitcom and the premiere of Who Gets the Last Laugh?, reports The Futon Critic.

The second season of Men at Work will debut on Thursday, April 4th at 10pm. TBS has ordered 10 episodes once again.

The sitcom stars Danny Masterson, Michael Cassidy, James Lesure and Adam Busch as a group of pals who work together at a magazine. Upcoming guest stars include Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Kevin Corrigan, Jessica Szohr, Marsha Thomason, Benjamin McKenzie, Bethany Joy Lenz, Jason Lee, Maz Jobrani, Seth Green, Peri Gilpin, Sarah Wright and Stephanie Lemelin.

Who Gets the Last Laugh? will launch on Tuesday, April 16th, at 10pm. It’ll take over from Cougar Town once that show finishes its current run.

Donald Faison hosts the half-hour show in which comedians and actors compete to pull the most outrageous practical jokes. Andy Dick, Tom Green, D.L. Hughley, Chris Kattan, Bam Margera, Bill Bellamy, Charlie Murphy, Cheri Oteri and Alan Thicke are expected to take part.

What do you think? Are you looking forward to the return of Men at Work? Will you check out Last Laugh?

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5 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. Jane says

    It did get off to a slow start but will a great finish and enthusiasm for another 10 episodes. Adam Busch has had some great roles and this one suits him well too. The entire cast is a talented team. Cheers!

  2. Ruben says

    Great show! Despite the bad reviews, I think it is one of the funniest shows I’ve seen the past couple of years :)

  3. Jules says

    I’ve been following Men at Work. It has improved tremendously after the pilot, and by the end of the season, you can see that the four guys are really tight as a group. I can’t wait for Season 2. Glad Michael Cassidy finally stars in a show that lasts beyond a season (though I hope to see him back in a drama role as well).

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