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- Mr. Mobsy of The Suite Life shows seems to be working for Mr. Tippon 24/7 when not forced to do something else.
- Krystal from Dead Like Me.
- Wanda from Corner Gas seems to always be working at the gas station. But to be fair, her boss Brent lets Wanda get away with everything she wants to do, so she probably enjoys practically living there if only Brent would leave her alone.
- Despite this, Brent chose himself to be his own employee of the month in an episode.
- Likewise, the town's only two police officers are rarely seen off-duty, although they don't do much to begin with.
- Rob Schneider's character from the "makin' copies" sketches on Saturday Night Live turned this Up to Eleven by never seeming to even leave his desk.
- In the Garfield comics, Irma is always seen at the diner.
- Lampshaded in one strip where she dozes off while pouring coffee and says she's considering hiring an assistant.
- The guild owner in Recettear is lampshaded to spend almost all of his time in the guild office, citing problems at home with his overbearing wife being the reason why.
- Dora from Questionable Content may fit here, as she seems to always be at the coffee shop. She does have a slight excuse though, since she owns it.
- They mention that she works so much that she doesn't sleep all that much, and she has much less free time compared to the rest of the main cast. This might explain her occasional bad days.
- Apu Nahasapemapetalon and Moe Syslak on The Simpsons.
- Averted in Futurama; the guy who works at the 7/11 shop is always there when the protagonists are shopping, but he's seen outside of it occasionally (although he's hard to recognise without his suit of plexglass armour, as the DVD commentory points out).