Kate is thrown off when John pitches her the opportunity to date one of his wife's seven illiterate brothers.
The Art of Giving Up
Jake and Grace look back at the moment they each consciously stopped living life to the fullest and encourage Matt to do the same.
Email Terrorism - Uncensored
Kate and John are outraged when Matt repeatedly sends single-word messages, defying the unspoken rules of email etiquette.
Matt's a Mommy
While the rest of the office, including Matt, is busy falling in love with a dog, Jake expresses his hatred for all canines.
An Orgy of Meaningless Handshakes and Empty Promises
Matt, Jake, Kate and John break down the art of networking after being sent to represent Hampton DeVille at BusinessCon.
How Did Four Hampton DeVille Employees Drink 16 Margaritas?
Upon returning from their Los Angeles business trip, Matt, Jake, Kate and John get interrogated about expense reports by the office accountant.
Big Brother Is Watching
Matt and Jake are put in charge of new desk sensors that monitor their coworkers, but they're met with resistance from employees who think it's an invasion of privacy.
It's Better to Be Feared Than Loved - Uncensored
Jake becomes paranoid that someone's watching him after he receives a spreadsheet documenting and recording how frequently he uses the bathroom.
A Powerful, Sorkin-esque Speech - Uncensored
While working in the office on Labor Day, Matt and Jake throw out talking points for a speech on Hampton DeVille's carbon footprint.
Working from Home Was Not an Option - Uncensored
After getting a little too comfortable working in the empty office on Labor Day, Matt and Jake discover they're not alone in the building.
No Crying at Work
Following an upsetting tragedy, John cracks down during a meeting and enforces a no-crying rule.
Another Social Media Tragedy
Hampton DeVille employees take to social media to grieve yet another nationwide tragedy, but they manage to make it all about themselves.
Matt Gives a Taste of Trivallo - Uncensored
The staff at Hampton DeVille lives vicariously through Matt as he enjoys biscotti during his exotic vacation.
The Fall (of Society) Is Here
Christian is impressed by BNN's plans for fully capturing viewers' worst fears with their end-of-the-world programming and cross-promotion.
Change Is Overrated
Jake tries to convince Matt that life will never change, but Christian attempts to shake things up at Hampton DeVille.
Matt and Jake marvel at their impressive forehead wrinkles until John steps in and scares them with his own.
Important Opinions on Movies
Jessica and Paige spend their coffee break critiquing a film they haven't seen, and Kate joins in to discuss "Game of Thrones," which they also haven't seen.
Matt, Jake and Grace's coffee-time sighs of satisfaction quickly escalate.
Tragic Attempts to Make Small Talk with a Co-Worker - Uncensored
When it comes to office small talk, no subject -- weather, sports, divorce, weekend plans or the laws of physics -- is too boring.