With Alina watching his every move, Nick vows to ditch his new broom closet office and claw his way back up the corporate ladder. Special thanks to Rattle and Hum! New episodes return this January! Distributed by Tubemogul.
After abruptly canning her assistant, snarky lifecaster Lindsay "Socialista" Sheraton (played by guest star Kelly Samardak) is forced to "buy a temp" to record her every mundane move for posterity. Distributed by Tubemogul.
With Nick taking some totally unnecessary vacation time, Mark and Laura have been handed control of Commodity Staffing, forcing them to hire new temps. They soon learn the talent pool is a bit shallow. Distributed by Tubemogul.
While still unconscious, Nick dreams up a new scheme to take some completely unnecessary vacation time courtesy of his guardian angel Tom Cruise and makes a life or death decision about Commodity Staffing. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Season 3 premiere episode. Mark and Laura make a shocking discovery when they return to Commodity Staffing to deliver their time sheets. Meanwhile Nick gets a visit from his guardian angel, Tom Cruise. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Season 3 premieres February 20th with THREE new episodes and a visit from Tom Cruise. Well...kinda. This season, Nick takes some unnecessary R&R after a near-death experience and some advice from his guardian angel Tom Cruise (natch), leaving Mark and Laura to run Commodity Staffing, which has become the go-to agency for companies peddling the world's worst temp jobs.
When Mark and Laura confront Nick about their soul-crushing temp jobs he sent them on, they learn Nick's darkest secret and how they have been pawns in his grand plan.
Laura never thought her dream of working for the "House that Bill Gates Built" would involve assembling the furniture.
Mark's first temp job at the new Commodity Staffing as an "actor on Broadway" isn't quite the "toe-tapping, finger-snapping" career-booster he thought it would be.
When new Commodity Staffing CEO, Nick "Trouble" Chiapetta assembles his crew of hapless temps for the first time, their true personalities are put on display...a bit too soon.