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Human Resources Preview: “Hungarian Like the Wolf” [ + Exclusive Clip] 

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We just started watching Human Resources this season and we already love it. First, you’ve got a group of people who are passionate about finding ways to recycle EVERYTHING. Coffee Beans? Yep, they’ve had that covered for a while. Tampons? They’re trying to overcome the “ick” factor to make it viable. We fear we’re making this show sound boring (or gross) and it’s far from that. It’s basically a workplace comedy in an unusual setting. You’ve got the loner who tries and fails to fit in with some of the cliques in the office. You’ve got the new sales manager, who moved down from Canada, who has trouble connecting with his American compatriots, but wins they over pretty quickly after a game night. You’ve got some characters with enormous bravado who think they can do anything (and often can) and you’ve got some skeptics who tells it like it is. It’s awkward and funny and relatable and the office dynamics are so much fun to watch. And if you learn more about recycling along the way, that can only be a good thing.

Human Resources is an unconventional, comedic, behind-the-scenes look at TerraCycle, an innovative recycling company whose mission is to eliminate the idea of waste. TerraCycle takes anything and everything that is landfill bound—from potato chip bags to cigarette butts—and recycles, upcycles, reuses, or otherwise transforms these objects into something else. Using science, creativity, and a little DIY attitude, it’s changing the way we think about trash.

Photo Credit: Pivot

“Hungarian Life the Wolf” synopsis, from Pivot:

Darshan’s patience is tested when he’s charged with managing TerraCycle’s quirky new Artist-in-Residence, who has one month to create three pieces of art constructed from waste. The TerraCycle staff is upset about a new “no dogs allowed” policy.


Human Resources airs Fridays at 10/9c on Pivot.

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