Wallace D. Popple is having a bad day. Today, life kicks Wallace D. Popple in the balls... Literally. The narrator chronicles Wallace’s pitiful existence in the corporate mincer against a backdrop of painful mishaps and begs the question; Is Wallace’s luckless day just desserts for a spineless existence in a job he despises? Within this off-kilter tale about happiness lies a twist for the twisted.
The everyday lives of office employees in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.
The Office is a British sitcom television series,the programme is about the day-to-day lives of office employees in the Slough branch of the fictitious Wernham Hogg Paper Company. Gervais also stars in the series, playing the central character, David Brent. Although fictional and scripted, the programme takes the form of a documentary, with the presence of the camera often acknowledged.
Life at Wilkins Chawla, a mediocre paper company is as boring as the humour of its 'Fun'jabi boss. Add to it some ordinary employees, an uncomfortable receptionist, the boss' sycophant, and the mediocrity goes a notch higher!
Office Office is an Indian Hindi-language television sitcom that premiered on SAB TV on September 3, 2001. The series starrs Bollywood film actor Pankaj Kapoor in the role of Mussadilal. The series has won the 'Best Comedy' award at the 'RAPA Awards' in 2001 and 2002.
Office is an Indian TV series airing on STAR Vijay created by Jacob and directed by Jacob and Bamini. It is a story about the nitty-gritty of business operations, the relationship between various departments and people, as well as workplace politics. In addition to being the story of a workplace, it is also an intense love story between two characters employed by the same organization.
A look at office life seen though the eyes of Rita Stone, a secretary who has worked at the packaging department of an ad agency called Package, Inc for 19 years.
Office Fight was a reality show proposed by Redline Films in 2007 but was never produced, where office workers who dislike each other get the opportunity to box.
Office Monkey was a British Hidden Camera Comedy programme that aired on ITV2 for 2 series. Series 1 was presented by Steve Jones and series 2 was Voiced over by Steve McKenna. Each episode two people are challenged to perform silly comic dares in an office of unsuspecting people recorded by hidden cameras. The only one in the joke is the managing director, who after watching our office monkeys perform decides which of them wins a lovely holiday and the right to be called Office Monkey.
Office Gossip is a British sitcom that aired on BBC One in 2001. Starring Pauline Quirke, it was written by Paul Mayhew-Archer, who co-wrote The Vicar of Dibley, and George Pritchett. Recently, it has been aired in the United States on various PBS stations as part of 'One Season Wonders.
The Principal's Office is a reality TV program on TruTV that began airing on August 21, 2008, released through Leftfield Pictures. It is set in American high schools and features dramatic and humorous encounters between students and principals. Some events that lead to such encounters are students being late to class, truancy, food fights, smoking, and disruptive conduct in class. New episodes resumed on January 8, 2009. However, the series was abruptly cancelled on February 5, 2009.
One of the world's biggest movie stars is sentenced to community service teaching English at an inner-city high school in South Central Los Angeles.
Two teams of advertising executives compete to win the Raleigh of Nottingham's 'Raleigh Chopper' Christmas ad campaign. One team live and work the 1970s - without computers, mobile phones, internet or even motorcycle couriers - and has two weeks to put together a pitch. The other has team access to all modern technology, but only has a day to do the job.
The Singing Office is a television series that has an American and Australian version. It features ordinary citizens who form singing groups in their workplaces, then compete against other teams; the rights to the concept have been sold to 20 different countries.