Workaholics: An Episode Primer for the New Fan
Besides a solid commitment to #GetWeird
, what better way to get geared up for tomorrow night’s premiere of Workaholics then catching up with some all-time favorite episodes. While everyone has their special bits, moments, and characters, these three episode serve a new fan
Meet the guys. See the world. #GetWeird. Then get into new episodes. Simple recipe, great final dish.
- “Office Campout” (Season One) - The guys need a place to crash, and what better place than the TelAmeriCorp office; only problem is, they’re not alone. This one’s available for streaming right now on Netflix, and also available on the Workaholics: Season One DVD or the Workaholics: Combo Doggy Blu Ray.
- “Man Up” (Season Two) - Adam, Blake and Ders go on a man trip to test their machismo. Hilarity, a great nut pun, and some stunt driving follow. This one’s available on the Combo Doggy Blu Ray (as well as Season 2 standard def DVD).
- “Real Time” (Season Three) - The guys must race Alice to work or risk getting fired. Good news, internet people; this entire episode is currently available to watch on the Comedy Central website.
BONUS: The entire episode of “Ders Comes in Handy” is also available on the Comedy Central website, if you want to get a real solid handle on what this Montez thing is all about.
Then catch an ALL NEW episode of Workaholics in the Season 3B Premiere, “Booger Nights”, tomorrow night at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
Doug the Drifter (played with frightening intensity by the great Jeff Fahey) is wishing you a “Whoa-whoa-wonderful” Monday!
Many thanks to Jerry Jaeger for the photo.
Other manly things that were, or were considered to be, written on the ‘VO for the guys’ MAN TRIP:
- Tim Allen
- Guns N Ammo N Roses
- Leslie Mann
- Real Men Hunt
- Rihanna 3:16
- A Few Good Men
- RIP Macho Man
- Men’s Health
If MAN UP in any way inspires you to go hunting on a Man Trip of your own, please, be safe, be sober, and just don’t be an idiot in general.
Man Up was the last episode we shot and by the final day of shooting everyone was so exhausted that a few of us took much needed naps in the guys’ trailer while they were shooting the car chase scene. From the looks of this photo I guess I was staring at the wall.
Director Kyle Newacheck will often storyboard Workaholics scenes to give both himself and the crew an idea of how best to visually represent the moments at hand.
For MAN UP, the biggest challenge (aside from working with a live raccoon) was always going to be the car chase.
In the selection of storyboards posted here, you can see many shots that almost perfectly match the final product. So those of you who thought we just rented a stretch of road and threw clay against a wall, must feel pretty stupid now, huh?
All you need is a cross bow and a muscle car. The rest are just details.
Blake adjusts his “Rude Boy” bandana before ordering some tacos.
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