Friday’s finally here. It’s time to get weird.
Boss Lady: One’s professional superior, of the female persuasion. Usually a strong role model for other women in the office, the Boss Lady rules with an iron fist while hopefully earning equal pay.
A boss can be a man, and a lady can work at a place of business without being boss, but a man cannot be a Boss Lady. The name can be used for that male boss as a derogatory nickname, but calling him a duck would not mean he quacks.
Being a woman superior and object of sexual desire are not a mutually exclusive partnership of the position. Many men are attracted to strong female figures, with strong female figures, and whether they are trying to get into the pants of their superior for business or pleasure depends on the strength of the punch at the latest company party.
If you have a Boss Lady, it is recommended to not call her that to her face. She’s probably real uptight about what people call her in front of the workforce.
In a Sentence: “That Alice Murphy is one capable Boss Lady; and by that I mean capable of running both the office and dat ass all over my imagination.”
(Sentence possibly used by Adam DeMamp)
Murphy. Alice Murphy.
Jillian’s boss who she takes calls for every day’s last name is “Murphy”. Not Murray. Murray is incorrect.
To be fair to Jillian, though, it does sound an awful lot like Murray.
In this Sneak Peek, Ders and Blake discuss their Stages of Butthurt with Alice after the loss of a coworker.
Find out more about the coworker, the butthurt, and what’s on Adam’s neck in the all-new Workaholics episode “Good Mourning”, premiering TONIGHT at 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central.
What chair ethnicity will the Workaholics guys and gals encounter in our latest episode?
“True Dromance”. TONIGHT. 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central.
The “Jello Desk”.
Without a doubt, once of the coolest images of “The Business Trip” saw an acid-tripping Alice Murphy melt her hands into the front desk of the Hayball Corporate Suites, only to devour it’s contents (in her mind— no matter how much acid you do, don’t try to eat a desk, kids).
Our Art Department tackled this scripted task by taking a segment of the lit desk, seen above, and removing it for a “ringer” segment; made of edible, color matching gelatin.
Then, all we had to do was give Maribeth the all clear, she went to town on the thing, and the “Jello Desk” was no more. Well, except for leftovers.
(Photos courtesy Brian Ferguson)
In this clip from “The Business Trip”, Blake sees “God”; Adam talks to “God”; and Alice encounters a chair that doesn’t speak her language…
Alice in the daylight. (Taken with instagram)