YOU AIN’T GOT THE STAIRCASE TO STEP TO ME, CYBORG MONTEZ!
YOU A BITCH! A BITCH!
Make Up head Alexei Dmitriew took Maribeth Monroe to his laboratory and sculpted a likeness for decapatational purposes; because if you’re going to chop someone’s head off, it’s gotta look good. Alexei did this while also juggling turning actors into meth heads into zombies for “In Line”, as well as turning our office workers into office cyborgs. One bad powder coat, and it becomes a bad public access horror movie; instead, we got a believable scary as hell cyborg tour-de-force.
Costume head Jerry Jaeger then had to find the right look for the office cyborgs, which he nailed down expertly; the real challenge lied in how to dress Queen Alice. He managed to find an outfit from a famous film (not THAT Avengers…) that gave Alice that sexy-scary hybrid haunt. It may not have been easy to wear, but it sure made a lot of guys send Maribeth some interesting reads on Twitter.
That’s official shout outs to Alexei, Jerry, and their team of minions. There’s still more cast and crew that could be shouted out for their work in “The Future is Gnar”, but even a paragraph here couldn’t capture the efforts of all involved. You think those helicopters flew themselves?
So thank you, once again, to the best crew in TV for helping Workaholics make one of the most memorable episodes of it’s run.
Probably the biggest difference between Cyborg Montez and Bane is bicep size.
SPOILER: We did not get Scott Caan. Scott Caan is NOT in tonight’s Workaholics.
Tom Green, though? He’s all over “The Future is Gnar”. While I won’t tell you what his role is, I can tell you it draws on his past and projects his possible future. Rest assured, the fury is UNLEASHED.
See Tom Green enter the Workaholics world TONIGHT at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
For those of you who thought Montez was overreacting, you must have never had Noah’s Salmon cream cheese. It’s the best.
In this Sneak Peek of the Season Finale of Workaholics, we see TelAmeriCorp in the distant, war torn future. We see how it’s changed some of our favorites. We see how it intends to change Adam, Blake, and Ders… forever.
Because it’s time for Orientation.
Will they survive when “The Future is Gnar”? Tune in Wednesday night at 10/9 CT, on Comedy Central to find out.
Ass salad? Smoovies? Layin’ the damn tarp down?
It’s no longer a game. It’s a creed.
Not the band that let us keep our arms wide open, but a saying that we should carry into our every day lives. Whether you’re bending over to get a penny or taking off your pants to repregnatize a loved one, think about ole Tez before you act. Would he be happy with your set of actions? Would he want to join you? Would he be IMPRESSED?
Every step forward you take from this moment on is a gift. A gift of realization that if your actions aren’t even good enough to impress Montez, you’re just sucking air. Which, just sucks.
Here’s to being impressive.
Have you been waiting in a metaphorical line all day waiting to see what music appeared in the actual line of the Workaholics episode “In Line”?
That’s unfortunate. Read on to see the dream video game playlist for the episode, and details on how YOU can get the debut comedy album from our Montez himself, Erik Griffin!
Ders seems upset about something. Weed is mentioned. Blake’s imagination comes into question. Adam talks about himself. Jillian pops into the cubicle.
Wait— Could this be a script page from every Workaholics episode? All that’s missing is Alice going full harvest, Montez’s eyes bulging, and Karl doing Karl things.
Wait again— Could all that be happening in tonight’s episode TOO?
Tune in to an all new Workaholics TONIGHT at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central. The gang is potentially all (REDACTED).