Coming to TV this Fall season is the new sitcom about three photocopiers residing in the MathSoc Office. Each has their own personality that keeps them from doing their job without getting scraped for being utterly useless.
The three main characters are Pricy, Smudgy, and Jammy, three animate photocopiers sharing closed quarters. Pricy is the photocopier used by rich people, and people that don't bother reading signs. Jammy is the photocopier experiencing a mid-life crisis who buckles under any pressure. Whenever anyone needs to photocopy anything: Jammy freezes and mangles the work. Lastly, there's Smudgy, the lazy one. Smudgy does more work than Jammy, but doesn't care enough about life to do it well.
The pilot episode features a lot of drama. Jammy's day was filled with people ripping into him because he didn't output the paper. Pricy noted that he had a higher quality of customers, thus giving Smudgy the opportunity to compare Pricy to a hooker. Although, Pricy seemed to be on a high horse, we see that there's a sadder side to him. Since no one uses him because it costs too much. All throughout the episode people are constantly clearing jams and calling Graphics to have the copiers fixed.
The show seems more like a social commentary of the monopoly run by Graphics Services of UW, and it has been scheduled to continue until at least 2008. This is when the contract for the current devices expires and MathSoc can futilely try to negotiate getting functional machines added to the show. Like all TV shows, you need to remember that the photocopiers presented on the show are not an accurate representation of all of the photocopiers out there: some of them work.