In the season finale, Mike has to get through his performance review without his CEO realizing Mike’s not wearing any pants.
A squirrel in the apartment means Mike can’t pretend to work, so it’s up to Vera and the Doorman to help him catch it.
Mike’s company sends a life coach to help him get motivated, but he struggles with some of life coaching’s core concepts.
Mike enlists Vera (Jessica Brodkin), the Doorman (Courtney Fearrington), an unsuspecting delivery guy (Pete Bladel) and an old TV host (Chet Bankman) to help spice up his lunch time experience.
Mike teaches a boss (Herbie Gill) about the nuances of dating a coworker.
When Mike needs a new password, the company’s IT guy Gerald (Mikael Johnson) is way too eager to help.
Mike must figure out a way to keep his nosy landlord Vera (Jessica Brodkin) from disrupting his work day.
When the neighboring building’s doorman (Courtney Fearrington) has trouble with his job responsibilities, it’s up to Mike to coach him up on how to be a doorman.
In the second episode, a visitor (Becca Steinhoff) has trouble getting Mike to say what exactly his job is.
On the series premiere, Mike tries to recover from cursing on a conference call after forgetting he’s on speaker.
I recently dedicated an episode of my movie review podcast, We Just Saw a Movie, to talk about the production of Mike Works From Home. Elizabeth and I welcomed our fellow cast and crew mates, Herbie Gill and Becca Steinhoff, to discuss some of the behind the scenes action on the show. It’s a good…
Before our premiere, check out this trailer previewing the season to come.