Tonight’s #Workaholics sees the season’s toughest takedown since Travis Rockne (Daniel Stern) judo-tosssed Montez Walker like a sack of potatoes.
#GetWeird with tonight’s action and live tweet the chaos for the premiere of “The Worst Generation”. You won’t be alone—
#TrueLife: I’m in Mail Order Comedy:
#TrueLife: I’m also Likely Live Tweeting Tonight’s all-new @WorkaholicsCC:
Out with the new and in with the old TONIGHT! #Workaholics: ”The Worst Generation”, 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
I guess now we know why Blake Henderson was hiding his unit in “Alice Quits”, while complaining about it being cold.
In fairness to the character of Blake Henderson, who is the only Blake we’re referring to here, he was hiding out completely naked in the cold Rancho Cucamonga night pre-measurement. Can’t be counted as official. Just can’t.
I’d say if you weren’t sure Valentine’s Day was close, last week’s Twitter highlights certainly serve as a reminder. Also, men/boys refer to the womens as “Bitch” a lot, and we shouldn’t. Lady. She a hot LADY with an ass that won’t quit. Just sounds better. Get your neck kissed spitting the smooth like that. Trust me.
#GetWeird with your #BoyBody as you prepare to live tweet tonight’s episode with the cast, crew, and half-interested CC interns manning the @WorkaholicsCC feed.
Here’s your official twitter rooster taking the field tonight—
…and coming off the bench with much vigor—
…and with insight available as Trivia Night’s “No Cell Phones Policy” allows, myself (@MiddleRelief)
#Workaholics: “Fourth and Inches”, 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
In “Alice Quits” we saw TelAmeriCorp like we’ve never seen before… wide open.
One of the fun aspects of Travis (Daniel Stern) taking down TAC’s trusty cubicle walls meant more than waving goodbye to wall art and Shart X-ing signs; it meant the people normally hidden by those walls were now front and center for all the world to see.
The telemarketing minions come in all shapes, sizes, types and colors. Alice may have quit, but not before leaving behind a hodge podge legacy of truck stop bathroom creeps, mouth breathing elevator companions and station wagon driving friends of your Aunt Connie.
These are the type of people who teach wood shop. At a community college.
They wait in line at the post office. When all they need are stamps.
They call your home to sell you the steak knives you never new you needed.
These… are the people of TelAmeriCorp.
TelAmeriCorp: We Call You
“Alice Quits” had a memorable open where Adam, Blake, and Ders rolled up on Waymond with air soft guns-a-blazing. But there was more suffering the office’s favorite chatterbox had to suffer before the day was done, which was sadly cut for time.
In a Workaholics Tumblr Exclusive, the photo above shows the final insult for Mr. Womano.
We hope you enjoy the aptly titled: “In which Ders roundhouse kicks Waymond’s sandwich”.
We’re happy to report no Waymonds were injured in the kicking of said sandwich.
See what food flies in an all-new Workaholics, Wednesday night at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
Make a GIF of Adam crossing his arms saying they're the smash bros! In the "Alice Quits" episode
Oh, did you mean…
And you didn’t even say please. Some manners.
WorkahoLEAKS - Alice Quits
Way-mond about to get Way-layed.
In “Alice Quits”, the guys fun and gunned their way to a new boss; even if it was just a temporary reign. What went into making the episode? What was Waymond’s first scripted line? Where was Alice? Original ending??!!?
Read on for a 5-rated episodic performance review…
Wordaholics - Quitting
Quitting: Having the mental strength to walk away from something because you realize you are better than whatever pithy thing it’s pretending to be. Their loss. You’re the big dog and no one else can lap up as much water as you.
While garnering a reputation as being for the “weak willed” or “losers”, Quitting has grown a far more positive reputation in recent years due to the high-caliber character of those who are willing to just walk away.
It’s not like they can say they fired you. Or you were asked to leave because of all those complaints to HR about your patented deep tissue back rubs. No. It was your choice to move on, and that shows how you roll your dice, playa.
Didn’t the United States “quit” on Great Britain to start the American Revolution? Didn’t Bill Belichick’s leaving the New York Jets lead to the Patriots dynasty? You can’t argue Michael Keaton not doing Batman Forever didn’t look good for his integral purities. Even if you loved Jim Carrey’s Riddler.
Strong people quit and clink glasses. Bull headed jackanapes stay and get carpal tunnel. So I say pour me a topper and let’s compare resumes.
In a Sentence: “I feel like Quitting is the best option for my career if they’re going to look into this deer antler spray; can’t test me if I don’t play in the league no more, now let’s leave it all on the field Sunday!”