A sampling of #Workaholics tweets from last weeks’ episode show fear, excitement, humor, and hipster-hating exclusivity.
Follow Mail Order Comedy on Twitter as they live tweet tonight’s episode—
…and you’ll want to include the rest of the Workaholics cast—
They’ll also be some fun behind-the-scenes pics and such from my Twitter, @MiddleRelief, and the always-official Workaholics Twitter feed, @WorkaholicsCC.
Watch. Tweet. Enjoy. ”Alice Quits”, tonight at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
Once the Main Office Prankster… always the Main Office Prankster?
Did Homegirl really die in “Good Mourning”? Or did she fake her death only to wait in the hallways of TelAmeriCorp, until the moment arose where she could play one, final prank on the entire office?
Are you asking me? Yeah, she really died. The EMT’s called it and everything. This was just Adam hallucinating.
Or was it? See if Homegirl returns again when “Alice Quits”, Wednesday night at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
Homegirl may be dead and gone, but her memory lives on in the full Workaholics episode “Good Mourning.’ Click the gif to watch it now.
New episodes return January 16!
Homegirl dominated the “People We’ve Lost” montage at our Production Banquet…
Oh Adam. You’re so charming.
Those girls would probably get down with you if you were honest with them and told them you were only doing this to get back at your friends for dicking you over and it doesn’t have to mean anything and after 3 minutes of fun in the copy room they can catch a cab to wherever the fuck they’re from and you get to put another notch on your bedpost.
Or, just keep playing the sad card, that seems to be working.
In this clip from “Good Mourning”, the guys try to out-sad each other to get with some foreign babes.
Saying it all together like that, it does sound insane.
Blake takes a moment to channel his inner-Homegirl on the set of “Good Mourning”.
Here, for your viewing… pleasure? is the complete Homegirl Video Will from “Good Mourning”.
Roberta Paulson Kristy Howard-Clark’s final messages to the members of her TelAmeriCorp family.
Feel her warmth.
See her big ole’ practical joke(s).
Begin to heal.
She was a crazy woman with a tumor the size of a P’zone, and now she’s dead.
The TelAmeriCorp world will not be the same without her.
RIP, Homegirl. Heaven must have needed someone to rant in the direction of strangers for all of eternity. Now they have you.
TelAmeriCorp’s favorite bat-shit crazy desk dweller, Homegirl, packs her head into full camera frame in tonight’s all-new episode of Workaholics, “Good Mourning”.
For those of you who haven’t gotten familiar with the Loco Lady of Lurking, here are some Fun Facts about Homegirl—
- She fancies herself a Prankster
- Adam, Blake, and Ders’ cubicle is her fourth favorite place to be in the office, after her desk, the wash room, and that empty closet she turned into a chapel before they had to store 2009’s tax returns in there
- She’s found office love before… and may one day again
Learn more Homegirl facts TONIGHT at 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central as we bring you the first new episode of Workaholics since Half Christmas!
Know Your TelAmericans- HomeGirl
HomeGirl was a power-background player in Season 1 of Workaholics; a lady in Waymond, er, waiting, if you will. She went on strike (in “The Strike”), she met Bruce Benson (in “In the Line of Getting Fired”), and she was absolutely NOT up for The Promotion (in… you get it).
The walking-talking center of Cubicle North at TAC, “HomeGirl”, as Ders, Adam, and Blake have come to know her, has yet to reveal her real name (in real life, she’s played by thee Kristy Howard-Clark). It’s believed Alice knows her real name, at least for business purposes, but she has yet to call her by anything than “Hey you!”, “Can you not?” or “Get back to your phone!”
A jack of all trades but expert in none, HomeGirl is a 4-time TAC Employee of the Month, with an impressive 3 runner-ups. Her ‘Confused Gypsy Rambling’ style of phone sales is often imitated, but never duplicated. She once brought in cupcakes for a fellow employees birthday, even though that employee had passed 2 months prior. HomeGirl is the mother we all wish would have put us up for adoption, and we were unable to contact for legal reasons.
Look for HomeGirl to be right at home in the TAC office in Season 2, premiering September 20th on Comedy Central.