Workplace Aggression

Offices, factories, schools, even taxi dispatch stations provide the setting for thriving antagonisms. Workers resent bosses and each other. In every sitcom, close proximity produces enmity and your story must reveal the farce around the friction.

Some of the on-the-job plots used frequently today include a compliment goes to the boss's head, someone is expecting an important job promotion, and someone is accused of being a crook.

Names often express an important personality trait and keep the viewer focused on character expectations. "Hot Lips" was appropriate for her passion, Archie Bunker talked bunk, and Hawkeye Pierce sounded like a rascal, not a Park Avenue doctor.

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