The Workaholics Mix Tape — To Kill a Chupacabraj…

… featuring THE BLACK KEYS!

Dan and Patrick were gracious enough to give us their hit "Gold On the Ceiling", off their hit album EL CAMINO, for the Adam, Blake, and Ders’ courtroom victory celebration.  

Buy it, if you haven’t already, HERE.

This marks the second song by The Black Keys to be featured on Workaholics; the band’s "Lonely Boy" was previously featured in "Man Up".

The Workaholics Mix Tape— your source for the mix of media that we call music, every Wednesday right here on the Workaholics Tumblr.

Things the guys could be discussing with Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys on the set of tonight’s all-new Workaholics episode "To Kill a Chupacabraj"—
"So a Wizards-Black Keys superband, then?  We’ll call it The WizKeys.”
"Do you guys run the Tumblr?"
"What are you guys doing for Half Christmas?"
"Does Waymond ever talk?"
"Yes, Gold on the Ceiling is based, in part, on "Checkpoint Gnarly”.”
"The trade on the table is a lock of Blake’s hair for a pair of Patrick’s glasses… we doing this?"
"I hope America loves our cameo in the all-new Workaholics episode, "To Kill a Chupacabraj", airing TONIGHT at 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central.  Weird we said that exactly."

Things the guys could be discussing with Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys on the set of tonight’s all-new Workaholics episode "To Kill a Chupacabraj"

  • "So a Wizards-Black Keys superband, then?  We’ll call it The WizKeys.”
  • "Do you guys run the Tumblr?"
  • "What are you guys doing for Half Christmas?"
  • "Does Waymond ever talk?"
  • "Yes, Gold on the Ceiling is based, in part, on "Checkpoint Gnarly.”
  • "The trade on the table is a lock of Blake’s hair for a pair of Patrick’s glasses… we doing this?"
  • "I hope America loves our cameo in the all-new Workaholics episode, "To Kill a Chupacabraj", airing TONIGHT at 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central.  Weird we said that exactly."

Our Next Episode…

…is the legal courtroom thriller, "To Kill a Chupacabraj"!

As already announced, this episode features a hair-growing cameo by The Black Keys.

Official Log Line: The guys battle Montez in Small Claims Court.  

Rejected Log Line: something something something Montez something something something The Black Keys something something something Small Claims Court something something Chupacabraj something something.

Scout your favorite couch cushion, Atticus, and get ready “To Kill a Chupacabraj”, this Tuesday, June 19th, at 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central.

The Workaholics Mix Tape - RETURNS!

Every Wednesday morning the Workaholics Tumblr is the only place to find the Workaholics Mix Tape, your source for all the music from that week’s episode.

Starting next week with the premiere of "The Business Trip", which features songs from Teebs, Flying Lotus, and the incredibly fun to say/hard to spell Nguzunguzu, we’ll tell you what song played when and link to where you can buy it on iTunes.

Music is a huge part of Workaholics, and Adam, Blake, Ders and Kyle are all involved in choosing, and sometimes making, what goes in the show.  Along with Music Supervisor Jennifer Pyken and Music Coordinator Melany Mitchell, they search for the best songs to reflect the mood of the scene, to call back the right era, or, just rocks the most.  

In Season 3 you’ll hear music from Wavves, The Hives, old favorites/friends of the show The Black Keys, along with countless others and a few surprises (one throwback 90’s jam is too good to spoil before it’s heard).

So stay tuned to The Workaholics Mix Tape for all the details on that gotta-be-fresh Workaholics sound.  

The car chase from MAN UP.

The most ambitious stunt the Workaholics crew undertook was this two car chasing, crossbow firing, active swerving, wild harpooning, Adam dragging donnybrook of a two minute adrenaline ride.  

Watch now for the first time, or relive the action again and again.  

Be sure to check back with the Workaholics Tumblr all week as we bring you more behind the scenes info on how the guys, and crew, got to MAN UP.

Workaholics Mix Tape: The Man Up Playlist

As announced here yesterday, last night’s MAN UP featured the new hit single from The Black Keys, Lonely Boy.

While their new album, “El Camino” drops December 6th, you can buy Lonely Boy right now, (and hey, why not pre-order the album?) right HERE.  

For more on The Black Keys, check out their official website.

For Workaholics music completists, Jillian sang a hauntingly erotic rendition of "She’ll Be Coming ‘Round the Mountain" and a blissfully patriotic "You’re a Grand Old Flag" while at the Karaoke bar.  Both songs are in the public domain, so go to town.

Despite rumors, the episode did not feature the music of Alice in Chains, Rihanna, Jamie Foxx and/or/accompanied by Kanye West.  

Keep your internet radio dialed here every Wednesday morning for the Workaholics Mix Tape, we tell you what songs were on the show, yo.

Tonight’s MAN UP features The Black Keys’ latest hit, "LONELY BOY".

The song is part of one of the most ambitious scenes in Workaholics history, far more daring than the Car Crank Down and twice as deadly as Sigourney Beaver’s Sleazy Suicide. All we can tell you is the unofficial name for the sequence is… "The Chase."  

Buy the LONELY BOY video HERE.  

Hear the song as the Workaholics MAN UP tonight on Comedy Central, 10:30/9:30 CT.