ANOTHER Day on Set!
Join the Workaholics Tumblr this Thursday as we bring you another “Day on Set”!
We’ll go behind the scenes of shooting our latest episode, meet members of the crew, and take you inside a day in the life of Adam, Blake, Ders and all the people who make Workaholics a reality.
Join us bright and early at call through the last shot of the day; from S’go! to S’go home!
Jerry Jaeger, Costume Department Supervisor:
That’s a (Thursday) Wrap
They called it. We’re done shooting Day 27 (of 40) of Workaholics Season 2.
Now it’s all about wrapping up what we have to get ready and come back to shoot more tomorrow.
We honestly believe Workaholics has the best crew in TV (take that, Grey’s Anatomy) and while we didn’t get to showcase everyone today, we hope to in the future.
There wouldn’t be a show without them, although there wouldn’t be a blog without us, and we don’t see them taking our picture. What gives.
Thanks to all the fans for all the feedback of our first Day on Set, and we hope to bring you another one soon.
Near the End…
Martini Shot is up!
That’s production speak for the last shot of the day— after which, people will drink martinis (allegedly).
Todd Daniels, Prop Master:
Flying a helicopter. Whether it was a prop helicopter or one he had from home, we don’t know. You can imagine the types of things we make Todd buy to use in various scenes of Workaholics, and we’re just glad that he hasn’t been arrested when he has a full trunk of props.
Todd Stites, Associate Producer of Post Production:
Todd, pictured with his editing board. Deep in thought.
Evan Ahlgren, Assistant Editor and Melany Mitchell, Music Coordinator:
Here they are editing music cues for an upcoming episode from Season 2.
Shooting in our TelAmeriCorp set means we don’t have to leave our Production Office, so checking on an episode’s progress in Post is an office away. We tried to get Evan to give us a sneak peek at the scene he was working on, but he said it was ‘against the rules’.
You can’t watch your stupid editing computer all day, Evan. You keep drinking that coffee, and eventually you’re gonna have to 10-1. And when you do, we’ll hop in your chair, try to figure out how editing software works, and THEN we’ll have a sneak peek at your precious Season 2 footage…
In a few seasons, we’re not going to be able to talk to each other anymore. Everything will just turn into another bit about mispronouncing the words you said.
David Hayball, Gaffer:
David, pictured with his trusty light meter.
Without David and his lighting team, you literally wouldn’t see Workaholics. It’d be too dark; it’s a whole thing with the light spectrum, we won’t get into it.
John O’Rourke, 1st AD:
John O’, aka “the hardest working man in showbiz”, is the motor that keeps the Workaholics train running. Literally.
One time a generator blew and we lost power, so John O’ looked in it’s direction and it started up again. Electric said they never saw anything like it.