According to IMDB, the trademark of Heroes star Milo Ventimiglia is his smile. Uh, bro? That's my trademark. We both can't have the same devastating, heart-warming trademark.
Check out this new episode of The Temp Life where Milo plays a cook helping Trouble track down a pastrami theif.
Posted in The Temp Life
with tags The Temp Life
, Wilson Cleveland
, Taryn Southern
, Tony Janning
, Illeana Douglas
, Mark Gant
, web series
on 1/3/2011 12:42:45 PM by DannyMoney
It's Monday, and that means it's back to work - but wait! There's good news!
"Good news?" you ask. "How could there be any good news, you jackass?" Well, Mondays mean that another new episode of The Temp Life has premiered on My Damn Channel, and this week everyone at the Celtons office is hungover - just like you are from all that New Year's celebrating you did.
So enjoy, and don't worry: Friday will be here soon enough.
We've been watching The Temp Life, a series about the head of a temp agency who falls from grace and has to temp his way back up the ladder, since CJP Digital Media created it in 2006 for Spherion Staffing Services.
With the premiere of Season 5, The Temp Life becomes the longest-running original branded entertainment web series. and we're very proud to add The Temp Life to our roster, because The Temp Life's Season 5 was written by "Legend of Neil" writers Tony Janning and Gabe Uhr, will feature guest appearances by Taryn Southern, Tony Janning and Milo Ventimiglia, and-- not least of all-- because it features some familiar faces:
Illeana Douglas as "Eve Randall"
Sandeep Parikh as "Stevie P."
Wilson Cleveland as "Nick 'Trouble' Chiapetta"
and Craig Bierko as "Eddie Chiapetta"
We won't bore you with stories of our own experiences as temps. Like the time we worked as a typist for a religious cult that sold yoga classes. Or the time we worked for a legal headhunter who made us cut and paste newspaper articles into scrapbooks that she could read each night when she took the subway home. Or the time we worked as a receptionist for a major television network and wrote down in our personal contact list all the extensions for the programming executives-- you know, just in case.
We won't tell you about all of those stories because they're not nearly as interesting as the season premiere of Season 5, which you should totally watch right now-- unless you're a temp currently on assignment, in which case: finish your work, turn in your time sheet, get your supervisor's signature and watch The Temp Life only when you're sure no one has any other work to
dump on you assign you. Trust us.