After slipping in the lunchroom and winning a massive settlement, Stanley Hudson (Leslie David Baker) packs up his collection of Tommy Bahama shirts and heads to Hawaii to fulfill his lifelong dream of living at the top of a decommissioned lighthouse. Since that’s not enough to sustain a weekly TV series, he also opens a detective agency, specializing in cases that require no physical exertion and can be solved within 22 minutes.
Two exhausted working parents plus two rambunctious tots equals total hilarity in this wacky new sitcom set in the suburban Scranton home of Jim and Pam (John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer). In the pilot, a crossover episode with The Farm, the couple regret accepting Dwight’s invitation to take the kids for a family outing at Schrute Farms when they discover the “petting zoo” is actually three raccoons inside a chicken-wire enclosure. Regis Philbin guest stars as the wisecracking doctor who administers the rabies shots.
Pawn, Baby, Pawn
Fired from Dunder Mifflin for stealing office supplies, Creed Bratton says goodbye to cubicle life and hello to homelessness! Turning lemons into lemonade, Creed hosts this new reality show that combines the excitement of Antiques Roadshow with the cast-off garbage of Junk Brothers by packing all his possessions in a shopping cart and visiting every pawn shop in the greater Scranton area to find the one that will give him the highest price for his cart full of crap.
After Toby Flenderson (Paul Lieberstein) lands a job at the HR department of a multinational chemical company, an industrial accident inadvertently releases a virus that turns everyone but him into flesh-eating zombies. When he’s not busy fending off zombies trying to devour his brain, Toby helps the undead employees deal with their various human-resources issues, ranging from sexual harassment complaints to mediating disputes over entrails.
Strapped for cash after she’s fired for stealing the office supplies that Creed didn’t get around to stealing, Meredith (Kate Flannery) is forced to take in tenants to pay her mortgage. In a zany plot twist, the only people desperate enough to live with her are recently divorced single mother Angela (Angela Kinsey) and squabbling couple Kelly (Mindy Kaling) and Ryan (B.J. Novak), who keeps dragging their gruff-but-lovable next-door neighbour (Jim Belushi) into his get-rich-quick schemes.
Fed up with the hypocrisy of corporate America, freewheeling Sabre CEO Robert California (James Spader) quits his job and spends his final paycheque on a ’69 Mustang, which he uses to embark on an aimless cross-country road trip. Somewhere between Scranton and Vegas, he picks up three hitchhiking hookers (Khloe, Kim and Kourtney Kardashian) who become his traveling companions, helping him solve roadside crime on America’s highways and byways.
Spies & Pies
Oscar (Oscar Martinez) and Kevin (Brian Baumgartner) are improbably recruited by the CIA and become undercover operatives. Their first mission is to pose as a gay couple running a Scranton pie shop while secretly gathering intel about a rival pie shop across the street, which is actually a money-laundering operation funding a notorious transgender terrorist (Chaz Bono). The mission is a success, and Kevin’s unique expertise in pastry causes this unlikely duo to become the agency’s go-to operatives for all missions involving baked goods.