This show is refreshing, fun and unique. Not only it's entertaining, but it also has a heart. Most of the negative reviews are made by those who never watched beyond the first 2 episodes or the misleading promos. The four guys are really tight as a group. Each one has his own style and personality. Milo is charming, Gibbs is magnetic, Tyler is classy and Neal is adorable. No, it's NOT all about sex. In fact, I'm pleasantly surprised females are portrayed in a positive light. Through the mistakes they make in their dating lives, the guys learn the best ways to deal with women. Also, expect lots of bromance, as the main focus of the show is the friendship among the guys.
I couldn't be more impressed with all the lead actors.
Danny Masterson does an awesome job as the likable, funny Milo. He's basically the Carrie Bradshaw of the group and the mediator who always brings his buddies back together whenever they argue. I noticed a majority of the show's followers are Masterson fans from "That 70's Show". In here, he succeeded in bringing Milo's character to life, just like what he did to the iconic Hyde.
James Lesure has a lot of hilarious moments as Gibbs the womanizer. Gibbs is always out for a good time and a natural in chatting up all the ladies, so the smooth, playful vibe he brings to the character is enjoyable to see. Without his outgoing persona, the show would probably be boring, as he puts all the energy and fun into his work. Fans who have seen Lesure in "Las Vegas" will love him here.
Michael Cassidy is my #1 fave TV actor. Very underrated yet versatile, he can take on any genre. People recognize him more from his run on "The OC", but his talent is best showcased in mystery/romance/drama roles like on "Smallville", "Hidden Palms" (award-winning performance right there!), "Scandal" and "Castle". Cassidy specializes in playing characters with layers, so it's endearing that Tyler can prove he's way more than just a pretty boy. He's smart, sassy and hardworking.
Adam Busch has excellent comedic timing. He actually makes me laugh the most with his humor. Neal is different than the other guys, as he's the only one with a steady girlfriend. More power to him. Having been a fan favorite since "Buffy", Busch continues to deliver on this show. I just wish his character isn't portrayed as the standard nerd type because Neal is just as special as the other three, so I look forward to more epic scenes with him on Season 2 (premieres this April).
All in all, "Men at Work" definitely deserves more recognition.