Entertainment NBC's 'Superstore' makes us wish we worked at Cloud 9 By Meghan Giannotta email@example.com Updated April 6, 2017 11:33 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Office games, ladies' lunches, corporate gossip — the Cloud 9 employees have it good. "Superstore" stars America Ferrera and Ben Feldman — who give off serious Jim and Pam from "The Office" vibes — are at the center of the NBC show’s hilarious drama, which takes them away from nearly all of the typical woes that come with working in retail. The Justin Spitzer-produced comedy, now in its second season, has us ready to throw on blue smocks and don the megastore’s logo. Below, a few of the countless reasons the "Superstore" crew has way more fun at work than you. "Superstore" returns from a mid-season hiatus on April 6. Inter-department communication is a breeze. Photo Credit: NBC The cashiers, stock crew and managers easily came together to invent Muffinball. (Imagine if they put that much effort into something that would actually benefit the customers.) There’s never any downtime… Photo Credit: NBC Really, though, with Dina and Glenn laying down the law, there's really not much time to do anything else except partake in some "water cooler chatter." Weekly meetings are never boring. Photo Credit: NBC It doesn't really count as a meeting if most of it is spent watching Mateo's home videos and gossiping about Sandra's fake boyfriend. Midday karaoke is a thing? Photo Credit: NBC Try skipping out for a ladies' lunch one afternoon and see how many hours you end up working late afterward. Taking an actual lunch break is, too … apparently. Photo Credit: NBC The "Superstore" crew has probably never had to endure the sad desk salad. When lunch is over, embark on an impromptu strike. Photo Credit: NBC Unless you're a part of your local union, standing outside with a homemade "workers rights" sign probably won't get you too far -- no matter how many random neighborhood randoms stand in with you. Sometimes celebrities show up. Photo Credit: NBC And, sometimes, they casually give life advice to those who need it most. (We're looking at you, Amy.) Puppies. They get puppies. Photo Credit: NBC Office puppies boost morale. They decrease stress. They're just downright adorable. Bring in this list when trying to convince your boss to allow Fido to sleep under your desk during your 9 to 5. Working overtime involves extra puppet time. Photo Credit: NBC The only time a Cloud 9 employee works late is when one of their co-workers is in need. Enter Glenn, with a monkey sock puppet to turn that frown upside down. Wishing your boss was as chill as Glenn? Photo Credit: NBC Go ahead and reach for those Cloud 9 applications. By Meghan Giannotta firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Our picks for what to stream on NetflixGet to the couch and get comfortable. 'Stranger Things' is returning this summer Go ahead and clear your evenings. The new shows you should be watching Get ready to watch a ton of TV. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.