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The Retaliation Question; WHEN is Workaholics?

A point of contention in "The Meat Jerking Beef Boys" sees Adam and Blake betrayed by Ders because he went to see GI JOE: RETALIATION without them.  

Then, a funny thing happened; the movie was postponed until 2013; with our episode set to air the original week of release. 

You may remember a similar instance of “Whaaaa?” when the guys sold hella fridges in the Season 2 episode "Temp-Tress" in order to win a TV fridge, so they could watch Wrestlemania 28; which wouldn’t happen until April of that year.

Does this mean Workaholics happens… in the future?

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Wordaholics - Temp-Tress

Temp-Tress: An attractive part-time female employee who greatly increases the sexual energy of the workplace she inhabits.  

This increase is derived from her very presence, not necessarily any actions on her part other than those she has performed previously in a body toning or wardrobe selection capacity.

The magnitude of the sexual energy created is dependent on the existing number of attractive full-time employees already working at the company in question.  A complete disruption is expected should she be the only female on the payroll (IE: mechanic’s garage, computer repair store) while almost no loss of manpower should be reported if she’s just another face in the crowd (IE: bank teller, strip club).

While her time at the company is temporary, her impact will live on in the minds of her male coworkers for years to come.

In a Sentence: “Man, I know we need some extra bodies to finish the fall project, but that Temp-Tress they brought in is making me want to finish HER fall project (high-fives coworkers).”

Anatomy Of A Cameo

Meet Naomi’s boyfriend:

His name is Gil (in the episode and in real life) and he’s a friend of the show. Gil was our liaison at Comedy Central and was a fixture on set. We waited until the last minute to cast the role of Naomi’s boyfriend and then we all decided that it would be cool to have Gil to do it. So, that’s what we did.

Gil is a very funny guy and you can follow him on twitter at:

http://twitter.com/#!/GJBaron

The Car Crank Down scene, believe it or not, garnered some notes from Comedy Central’s Standards & Practices (S&P) when they first read this in the script—

EXT. OFFICE/INT. GUYS’ CAR - PARKING LOT - LATER 
The guys are in the car. Ders in the driver’s seat, Adam in shotgun, Blake in the back. They hang jackets in the windows and staple Ders’ swim towels to create dividers for privacy. 
ADAMThis is fun. Reminds me of when I used to crank it on the bus.
DERSLet’s make it quick. I’m pretty sure we can go to jail for this.
Ders UNZIPS his pants to get ready. Adam’s got his shirt behind his head like a shoulder yolk and is already cranking. 


They responded with these very notes, which helped  Production plan how they would block and shoot the scene so that we’d be able to air it:

Page 13:  So we’re good with this group masturbation scene but we should not see any full nudity or actual stroking. And please no “squishy” noises or “beating” noises. We can see arm movement in chest up shots but we can’t blur any sexual motions or nudity.

Thus Ders‘“shoulder crank” technique was born, a motion that seems inorganic to a good crank sesh but we’ve heard works wonders if executed properly. Careful not to blow out your rotator cuff.
When it came time to shoot, Director Kyle Newacheck kept the cameras chest up and let the guys go to town, on both themselves and the scene.  The Vo’s windshield was removed at one point to allow for closeups, and once the scene was cut together, we were left with something we THINK is a TV first. At least, we don’t think The Simpsons ever did it.
The writers try not to do anything based solely on shock value, or being raunchy for the sake of raunch; and with the Car Crank Down scene, we think they accomplished what they set out to do; write a funny scene of three guys masturbating in their car at work.  

The Car Crank Down scene, believe it or not, garnered some notes from Comedy Central’s Standards & Practices (S&P) when they first read this in the script—

  1. EXT. OFFICE/INT. GUYS’ CAR - PARKING LOT - LATER 

    The guys are in the car. Ders in the driver’s seat, Adam in shotgun, Blake in the back. They hang jackets in the windows and staple Ders’ swim towels to create dividers for privacy.

    ADAM
    This is fun. Reminds me of when I 
    used to crank it on the bus.

    DERS
    Let’s make it quick. I’m pretty 
    sure we can go to jail for this.

    Ders UNZIPS his pants to get ready. Adam’s got his shirt behind his head like a shoulder yolk and is already cranking. 

They responded with these very notes, which helped  Production plan how they would block and shoot the scene so that we’d be able to air it:

Page 13:  So we’re good with this group masturbation scene but we should not see any full nudity or actual stroking. And please no “squishy” noises or “beating” noises. We can see arm movement in chest up shots but we can’t blur any sexual motions or nudity.

Thus Ders‘“shoulder crank” technique was born, a motion that seems inorganic to a good crank sesh but we’ve heard works wonders if executed properly. Careful not to blow out your rotator cuff.

When it came time to shoot, Director Kyle Newacheck kept the cameras chest up and let the guys go to town, on both themselves and the scene.  The Vo’s windshield was removed at one point to allow for closeups, and once the scene was cut together, we were left with something we THINK is a TV first. At least, we don’t think The Simpsons ever did it.

The writers try not to do anything based solely on shock value, or being raunchy for the sake of raunch; and with the Car Crank Down scene, we think they accomplished what they set out to do; write a funny scene of three guys masturbating in their car at work.