Part Two of the Workaholics panel from USC’s SComedy week is now available for your viewing pleasure. In this installment, Adam, Blake, and Ders discuss how they write an episode, and how similar they are to their characters on the show.
DID YOU KNOW: The guys all have the same first names as their onscreen counterparts?
Try not to enjoy it for too long, or you may make a mess, your Mom could catch you, or any number of urban legends my cousin Burch told me about.
You can check out more Workaholics media as part of Comedy Central’s Exclusive Video series HERE. Pretty sure it’s SFW, but you still may not want your Mom walking in while you’re mid-exclusive. That happened to my buddy Burch and he’s been real weird ever since.
In an interview with TV Equals, the Best Friend Brigade discuss dude humor, favorite episodes, and potential season arcs.
Now that we’re talking questions, allow me to update the masses on some Fan Questions we’ve been getting multiple inquiries about:
When are more seasons of Workaholics going to be put on Netflix?
There isn’t a release date as of now, but you can ask Netflix for further updates. Do they have a Tumblr? If not, someone make the fake Netflix Tumblr and tout all the direct-to-video horror movies that are now streaming.
Can I be on the show? I did like acting stuff once, and I’ll do anything!
Can you? Anything is possible, but asking the Tumblr is not the best way to go about becoming the next Scumbag Mike, Oakland Tony, or Paramedic Beef. If we were a pipeline to casting, I think we’d be getting a lot more nudes. Or at least more Edible Arrangements.
Will the guys come to my town and party? I’ll buy stuff!
Hell yeah! Go wait by the bus station and be sure to bring your dank! ALL ABOARD TO DOWNTOWN POUNDTOWN!!!
Did you miss Adam, Blake, and Ders on ESPN’s SportsNationyesterday?
Catch up with some of their highlights while wondering if Barry Melrose cancelled or the dog who can play basketball got fleas, because these guys invading the Worldwide Leader means SOME intern was asked who the young folk are watching…
Adam dishes on his past work experiences and what jobs taught him what skills in preparation for Workaholics, for Vulture.
Adam’s done a lot of fun jobs in his past, read on to hear about his rotisserie chicken cleaning, telemarketing, and straight neighborhood hustling.
BUT HE DON’T DO JOBS FOR NOBODY ANYMORE! YOU HEAR THAT HOGAN! YOU GOTTA BEAT HIM FOR REALS! THIS MONDAY NIGHT IN ANN ARBOR, IT’S ON LIKE THAT 8-BIT VIDEO GAME WITH THE BARRELS! IT’S THE DEVINE BEAT DOWN, COMING FOR YOU!