‘Men at Work’ take time to play
Characters from 'Men at Work' on TBS make their picks
Men at Work follows the misadventures of four buddies who work together at a magazine.
• Danny Masterson plays the recently dumped Milo, whose friends are determined to help him get back in the game.
• James Lesure is Gibbs, a photographer and successful ladies man.
• Michael Cassidy plays Tyler, a features writer who brings a dose of style and sophistication to the group.
• Adam Busch is Neal, a somewhat nebbish reporter and the only one in the group with a steady girlfriend.
Together, the four serve as each other's wingmen as they help each other navigate work, friendship and women.
Season 2 premieres at 10 p.m. ET April 4 on TBS.
For each round of the NCAA basketball tournament, the Men at Work characters will weigh in with their picks -- including a lock to win as well as an upset to watch for (and of course, good-natured ribbing for the totally ridiculous picks the other guys make):
|MEN AT WORK CHARACTER||UPSET ALERT||LOCK, THIS WEEK||WHAT WERE YOU THINKING|
|Going with my tried-and-true coin-flip method again this year. Sorry, Duke, no Sweet Sixteen for you. Also, get your colors straight: devils are red||Since the best teams don’t always have the prettiest uniforms, my Lock is that Tyler doesn’t pick a single game right. Also, tails says Michigan State’s goin’ deep.||Neal’s bracket actually looks pretty good this year, which can mean only one thing: Amy made all his picks for him.|
|The Tar Heels are going home early this year. For the record, I made that choice before reading that a number of prominent bracketologists predicted the same thing.||Louisville to win it all. Again, my own independent analysis.||Very funny, Milo. I’ll have you know, Amy merely offered helpful suggestions, but when it came time to make the hard decisions, she wasn’t even in the room.|
|I don’t believe in upsets. I’m taking the high seeds and not looking back. If you don’t want to get any picks wrong, I suggest you do the same.||Gotta love the No. 1 seeds to make the Final Four. Not only do they have the best records in the country, but being a No. 1 also means you never have to face a higher seed.||Am I seriously the only one who picked the better team in every game? If there was a No. 1 seed for picking brackets, it’d be Tyler State.|
|Wichita State. Yup, I'm picking a shocker from the Shockers! That's right, they're called the "shockers." Heh.||I like Saint Louis a lot. The Billikens are a deep squad and they’re coming off a big win against VCU over the weekend. Confession: I just search-engined "Billiken" and I still don't know what it is.||Awww, Tyler’s pretending to know about sports, how adorable. But, you never know; he did correctly call the last six winners of Project Runway.|