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Life in the Office

THE BEST (AND WORST) WORKPLACES IN TV HISTORY


TELEVISION GOES TO WORK




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TGSCTU Los Angeles


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WJM-TVSterling Cooper



Desks, typewriters, phones, computers, clocks, and slamming doors: the office set has been a television staple since the earliest days of the medium, providing offbeat characters, motive for interaction, and plenty of dysfunction. The question is: where would you most want to work? Sterling Cooper? Dunder Mifflin? WKRP? Here’s a look at some of the best (and worst) workplace settings in TV history...

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