"Men at Work" bracket

Men at Work follows the misadventures of four buddies who work together at a magazine.

• Danny Masterson plays Milo, a funny guy with a bit of a Peter Pan complex. Who happens to be single.
• 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):



Well, currently I'm sitting pretty in 207,945th place, which, shockingly, is not last place. So, go me. The team I had winning it all, Montana, lost 81-34 in its first game. So maybe check the other guys' Locks. Except for Neal's. Neal, do you realize I made my picks by flipping a coin and you're barely beating me? Tell Amy she should be ashamed of herself.


Still feeling pretty good about having Florida make the Final Four. Feeling even better about beating Milo pretty handily. Louisville. The Cardinals won their games by a combined 57 points. I mean, no, I didn't actually see either game because they were playing during Amy and mine's "us time," but, come on -- 57? That's a lot of points. Hey, Milo, how's it feel to be losing to someone who's never even won a game of "Wastebasket H-O-R-S-E" at work? I've never even come in second, Milo.


Upset?! I'm UPSET! Who's the idiot who ranked Gonzaga number one?! You want a Lock? I'm never picking Gonzaga again. I don't care what they're ranked. Even though the Bulldogs let me down in a big, big way, I am still sitting pretty in first. Now, I know there's still a lot of contests left, but I've got a real good feeling that when the last bell rings, Tyler State will be holding the final rose.


Sure, I called the Cal upset over UNLV, but let's talk about the real story here: me picking Creighton over Syracuse on the women's side of the tournament. Anyone else catch that game? I haven't seen defense like that since Neal's junior prom. Hey-O!!!!! Baylor takes its second consecutive NCAA title. Trust me on this; I haven't missed a Lady Bears game since November. And that's only because my cable was out, and then I kept getting yelled at the bar for trying to put it on. I know what you're thinking, "Gibbs watches women's hoops?" You're damn right Gibbs does. And if you're unable to see the beauty of strong, powerful, athletic specimens competing against each other in an aggressive, sweaty, contact sport, then, frankly, I just feel bad for you.

Check out the guys' picks from the opening weekend