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Subway’s new series celebrates the best part of the workday
Warning: This show is guaranteed to make you hungry.
The office can be a drag. But for every Office Space moment, fluorescent light, and pointless meeting that should’ve been an email, there’s a Subway sandwich to stifle the torment.
In the new series, Out to Lunch, Subway celebrates the healing powers of the sandwich, for the office worker seeking a little more joy in the workday. The show stars comedian Kyle Cease (10 Things I Hate About You, Not Another Teen Movie) as that guy from the quality assurance department, and it turns out there’s only one thing that meets his high standards.
See episode one below.
And to improve your office experience, might we recommend a tasteful terrarium?
Screengrab via Subway/YouTube