Adam dishes on his past work experiences and what jobs taught him what skills in preparation for Workaholics, for Vulture.
Adam’s done a lot of fun jobs in his past, read on to hear about his rotisserie chicken cleaning, telemarketing, and straight neighborhood hustling.
BUT HE DON’T DO JOBS FOR NOBODY ANYMORE! YOU HEAR THAT HOGAN! YOU GOTTA BEAT HIM FOR REALS! THIS MONDAY NIGHT IN ANN ARBOR, IT’S ON LIKE THAT 8-BIT VIDEO GAME WITH THE BARRELS! IT’S THE DEVINE BEAT DOWN, COMING FOR YOU!
Because Workaholics is coming back for not just Season 4… it’s coming back for Season MORE! That’s Season 5, too.
Season’s 4 and 5 were just announced by Comedy Central Head of Production and Original Programming Kent Alterman at the TCA’s in Pasadena, California. That’s the epicenter of this #GetWeird earthquake, and the gnar aftershocks are sure to be felt from Rancho Cucamonga all the way to Poundtown.
We’ll see you there!
Don’t forget Workaholics Season 3B premieres on Wednesday, January 16th at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central!
Shout out to Anthony Blackburn for making this amazing stop-motion Lego recreation of Adam declaring his love for that homeless woman he met earlier in the day. Lot going on in that episode, worth a repeat viewing.
I’ve never made stop-motion but I’ve walked in slow motion a few times, and it’s hard. If by some chance the whole video is made… it’ll get thrown up here in fast-motion.
At this year’s San Diego Comic Con, four costumed contestants competed in a grueling four-day challenge to win a new Dodge Dart. Watch as Adam and Ders from Workaholics cheer on the quartet of fierce competitors and see who emerged victoriously.