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By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Funny reality show promotes popular humor website.

TV Bravo Reality TV 2012
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LOLwork offers a real-life version of The Office by featuring the staff engaged in quirky conversations, odd behaviors, and offering their private thoughts about each other in one-on-one confessionals. But underneath the workplace humor are glimpses of what makes the company successful, including explanations offered by Ben Huh about some of the decisions he makes, and how they balance creativity with the practical needs of a successful Internet business.

Granted, viewers are bombarded with animal videos, company logos, and other images that continually encourage them to go to their website. Meanwhile, most of the show feels like it is being staged and produced to maximize its humorous appeal, rather than trying to create a voyeuristic reality experience. But it is the staff's varied personalities that make the show work, and thanks to them, the series is quite entertaining.

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