He'll be on the road for his accompanying stand-up tour.And as "one of the top five up-and-coming artists on Twitter", there will be more than a few ways to get your fix.Next up, later this fall the show "Guy Court" will premiere, which he and his colleagues from the hit show "Guy Code" will prosecute (or defend) a guy by the official Laws of Manhood.Schulz will continue to write and appear on the 4th season of the record-breaking MTV2 series "Guy Code" as well as the second season of "Girl Code"."Jobs that Don't Suck" is the fifth MTV installment for Schulz.
Jobs That Don't Suck focuses on people who have found their dream jobs.
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