Six-episode Creator/{{ABC}} "sitcom" from 2012 about two UsefulNotes/StLouis guys (Lee and Angel) forced to dress as women in order to get jobs as pharmaceutical sales representatives. The reason for this is twofold:
# At least one of them legitimately needs the money. When the series begins, Lee had recently lost his job ''and'' medical insurance, the latter of which he wasn't aware of until he was suddenly $900 in the red after a recent medical appointment.
# Said pharmaceutical company only hires women because the doctors want to bang them.

...Except Lee gets hired because (s)he knows the products and is a decent sales(wo)man. Yeah. And the "fun" doesn't stop there.

''Work It'' was scheduled to air a "tryout" first season (as a midseason replacement for the similarly-themed ''Man Up!'', which was bashed by critics) from January 331, but was massively panned before and during its brief run. Website/TheFutonCritic took [[ one look]] and bashed it in pretty much every facet, while IGN [[ awarded it its first "0" rating since 2005]] and The A.V. Club gave it an "F" (Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} has their comments and others [[ here]]). Audiences clearly didn't like it, either - ABC [[ removed it from the schedule after two episodes]], but not before making excuses.

To say the show was a bomb from conception would [[InsultToRocks inflict undue affront upon bomb makers]]. Nine months after its demise, Matt Schimkowitz of Splitsider [[ took a look at the series]] and pointed out all the reasons ''why'' it didn't work.
!!This show provides examples of:
* BrokeTheRatingScale: IGN gave it a 0/10 score, only the [[ third]] [[ time]] the site had ever done so.
* DisguisedInDrag: Pretty much the entire ''raison d'être'' for the show was to have two guys dressed as women.
* IdiotBall: Nobody can tell the main characters are men in drag, despite the fact that they're obviously men in drag.