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Mike McNeil (Denis Leary) is a self-medicating, hard-drinking, decorated New York City detective with a wife, a mistress and a crush on a coworker. Surrounded by a partner and fellow squad members who are just as colorful, McNeil pursues his uniquely unconventional, yet effective, approach to crime solving while attempting to manage the chaos of his personal life.
Originally broadcast on ABC in 2001, The Job was shot entirely on location in New York City, giving the show a gritty look to match its always edgy comedy.
Interview/Commentary with creators Denis Leary & Peter Tolan Gag Reel
A series benchmark is "Barbeque," in which an anniversary party hosted by Pip and his commanding wife, Adina, inexorably descends into chaos when McNeil and company disregard Adnia's "no alcohol" edict. Another classic is the episode in which McNeil suspects that Frank is gay. While it does not jibe with Internet episode guides, the episode chronology on this four-disc set builds to a powerful climax, with Mike's girlfriend en route to confront his long-suffering wife (who may herself be having an affair), and Pip considering cheating on Adina with an old flame, all scored to the Ramones' pounding rendition of "Wonderful World." Whether it was ahead of its time, a victim of network neglect and mishandling, or just too dramatically different, The Job was too good for prime time. That it led to Leary's new hit series, Rescue Me, is small comfort. For faithful and frustrated viewers, it's great to have McNeil back on The Job. --Donald Liebenson
Leary at his best I've watched the series over and over and laugh just as much as the 1st time. If ur a leary fan THIS IS A MUSTPublished 6 months ago by ray palica
Although I like Dennis Leary, really didn't care for this tv show. It didn't hold my interest as well as some others have, sorry Dennis!!Published 7 months ago by Nancy Sawyer
If you are one of these people who actually goes out of his/her way to find reasons to be offended, then this show is for you. Read morePublished 9 months ago by O. Beltrami
I have to find the review which inspired me to buy this - the reviewer totally "gets" the series' subtle humor. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Nickie Jay
Since "Rescue Me" - I've considered Denis the most adorable/sexy/out-where-the-trains don't run actor/producer ever. Never heard of "The Job" series - immediately had to have it. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kandy Langford
Sorry that it is no longer on TV, as it was a good show. Nothing has come along to replace itPublished 19 months ago by Jack LIndholme
It had been so long I forgot how funny the show was! It was a gift and he really enjoyed it!Published 21 months ago by Jamie L.