Now that you’ve gotten to know Sigourney Beaver from STOP! PAJAMA TIME, we can discuss how we came to work with her.

Prop Master Todd Daniels was able to secure the use of a Real Doll, from the Real Doll company, for our scripted stunt double from Alien: Resurrection.  He had to keep her under lock and key for storage, and safety, concerns, but on the bright side he got to drive in the car pool lane whenever she was moved to different locations.

Director Kyle Newacheck was excited about the inventive ways Sigourney could be used on set, and blocked several scenes in new ways once he realized what she was capable of.  The “Sigourney Cam” was an on-set decision that lead to one of the most memorable images from the episode.

You can research purchasing your own Sigourney Beaver from the Real Doll company HERE.  The link is NSFW, depending on where you work, but if you have to ask?  Probably a good idea to wait until you’re home.  Know what, you should definitely wait until you’re home.

It’s not known if Sigourney will ever recover from her roof fall, but after what she went through on the set of Alien: Resurrection?  We’ve never count her out for a return.

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Workaholics Fan GIF of the Week

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Congratulations to tumblr follower DesolatePutToFace for winning this week’s "Workaholics Fan GIF of the Week"!  

His "Take It Sleazy" managed to capture the Top Gun hat, Adam’s smooth charm, and Alice’s unforgettably sick performance all in one GIF.  Check his tumblr for similar greatness HERE.  He also remembered to tag his post "Workaholics GIF", making it easy for us to find his great work.

Want to compete for next week’s title?  Tag your GIF’s from next week’s episode "Workaholics GIF" and we’ll post our favorite on Wednesday.

While STOP! PAJAMA TIME didn’t feature any licensed music, the episode certainly owes some DNA to this inspirational explosion:
 While Jerry Goldsmith’s watershed score for RUDY wasn’t featured in the dramatic "TelAmeriCorp stands up for Jillian" scene, we hope we evoked the rah-rah spirit of the piece with the stock music that was chosen.
If our music budget was infinite, we could have also used these classic film scores in other scenes from the episode:
Theme from The Rock for Blake’s heroic rescue of Sigourney Beaver
Theme from Beetlejuice for the TelAmeriCorp employee’s siege on Alice’s office 
The Godfather Theme for Blake’s improvisational firing of Adam
Jaws could have made any of Jillian’s checking Alice’s computer far more threatening… and made you think a shark was nearby
Last of the Mohicans could have brought heavier dramatic implications to Adam’s near-suicide
Alas, we didn’t get to use any of that music, but there’s nothing to stop you from playing it from your iTunes as you watch the episode again.  Let us know how that works out.
Look for the Workaholics Mix Tape every Wednesday morning, laying down the sound that rolled ‘round town, JR Brown.

While STOP! PAJAMA TIME didn’t feature any licensed music, the episode certainly owes some DNA to this inspirational explosion:

 While Jerry Goldsmith’s watershed score for RUDY wasn’t featured in the dramatic "TelAmeriCorp stands up for Jillian" scene, we hope we evoked the rah-rah spirit of the piece with the stock music that was chosen.

If our music budget was infinite, we could have also used these classic film scores in other scenes from the episode:

  • Theme from The Rock for Blake’s heroic rescue of Sigourney Beaver
  • Theme from Beetlejuice for the TelAmeriCorp employee’s siege on Alice’s office 
  • The Godfather Theme for Blake’s improvisational firing of Adam
  • Jaws could have made any of Jillian’s checking Alice’s computer far more threatening… and made you think a shark was nearby
  • Last of the Mohicans could have brought heavier dramatic implications to Adam’s near-suicide

Alas, we didn’t get to use any of that music, but there’s nothing to stop you from playing it from your iTunes as you watch the episode again.  Let us know how that works out.

Look for the Workaholics Mix Tape every Wednesday morning, laying down the sound that rolled ‘round town, JR Brown.

Talk about a tight butthole.
Comedy Central just announced they are sending your favorite telemarketers back to the phones!  That’s right, WORKAHOLICS: SEASON 3 is a S’Go!
Look for Adam, Blake, and Ders to find all new ways to not get fired in 2012.  
But you don’t have to wait long to see an ALL NEW episode of Workaholics; because we still have a garbage bag full of Season 2 episodes left to swag your way.
Catch the latest, STOP! PAJAMA TIME!, tonight at 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central.

Talk about a tight butthole.

Comedy Central just announced they are sending your favorite telemarketers back to the phones!  That’s right, WORKAHOLICS: SEASON 3 is a S’Go!

Look for Adam, Blake, and Ders to find all new ways to not get fired in 2012.  

But you don’t have to wait long to see an ALL NEW episode of Workaholics; because we still have a garbage bag full of Season 2 episodes left to swag your way.

Catch the latest, STOP! PAJAMA TIME!, tonight at 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central.