1 of 13 NBC
"The 16th Precinct on Law & Order: SVU. I would love to work at the 1-6 alongside Benson and Stabler, kicking perp ass!" — EmilyDiaz
2 of 13 AMC
Talk about a perfect day: Stroll into work around 10, flirt with your co-workers, have a few cocktails over a long lunch with a client and pitch a few ideas to sell cigarettes. Working at Mad Men's Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce would be A-OK with us.
3 of 13 CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images
We'd love to work at WKRP in Cincinnati just so we could hang out with DJs Dr. Johnny Fever and Venus Flytrap. Forget their taste in music; we want fashion tips!
4 of 13 Chris Haston/NBC
"[The Office's] Dunder Mifflin in Scranton. Michael is a dream boss! You can come in when you want, leave when you want, do nothing all day and still get paid! — Maverick152004
5 of 13 ABC Photo Archive/Getty Images
With Danny DeVito's Louie De Palma safely contained in the dispatcher cage, the collegial cabbies of the Sunshine Cab Company were free to team up against the crankypants.
6 of 13 HBO/Getty Images
Working at a funeral home was oddly appropriate for the depressing, dysfunctional and very real Fisher family.
7 of 13 Everett Collection
President Bartlet's senior staffers kept the country moving like a well-oiled machine as they walked and talked through the labyrinthine halls of the White House.
8 of 13 Mitchell Haaseth/NBC
"I'd work at the Buy More on Chuck. Are you kidding? With the castle underneath and so much always going on, how could it not be exciting? Plus, with Sarah Walker always around and co-workers like Chuck, Morgan and John Casey, things would always be... different — in a good way!" — youneedajohnhug
9 of 13 Everett Collection
Working in a junkyard isn't the most glamorous locale, but bickering father and son Fred and Lamont made it exciting. If nothing else, we learned lots of get-rich-quick schemes and how best to fake a heart attack.
10 of 13 Warner Bros/Kobal Collection
"I would love to work at ER's County General. Fun, fulfilling, exciting, and filled with a revolving door of awesome doctors and nurses? Count me in. Just keep me out of psych rotation and away from helicopters." — veghead731
11 of 13 Landov/CBS
For a show about a local TV station, very little of the action took place in a studio. Instead, an anonymous office setting let the show's wacky ensemble take center stage.
12 of 13 Ali Goldstein/NBC
"30 Rock hands down!!! Playing jokes on the nerds all day would be so much fun." — carehoff
13 of 13 Everett Collection
Who wouldn't want to work in a bar? Bonus: At this one, everybody knows your name.