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Why can’t our staff be more sitcom-worthy?

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As if it weren’t bad enough that everyone on sitcoms seems to have a strangely entertaining job, they have to go ahead sometimes and do zany things with their co-workers beyond the office walls. Will any of that craziness ever happen to us? Here are the odds:

1. In an episode of “Taxi,” Alex and the entire gang at the garage rented a cabin in the woods, where they dealt with an unexpected lack of provisions, a freak snowstorm and an aggressive bear.

The chances of it happening to us: 4%. The likelihood that everyone at work would want to spend a whole weekend in each others’ company is slim, much less in such close quarters. On the other hand, if it were to happen, let’s get real: It would be all about the food, and everyone would most likely show up with trunks fully loaded with every conceivable Pringles variant.

2. On “Cheers,” Sam and his staff were always having a go at Gary’s Olde Towne Tavern, especially in the athletic ...(register to read more)

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