On the set of "Flashback in the Day", Director Kyle Newacheck works with Director of Photography Grant Smith and Camera Operator Justin Browne to block the scene where the guys first meet Alice and the TelAmeriCorp world.
"Happy Alice" gives you a glimpse of what that world was like before Adam, Anders, and Blake invaded. Who knows, if they never worked there…
Maybe Homegirl would still be alive.
Maybe Montez’s son wouldn’t have seen an adult man’s penis at age 9.
Maybe Jillian would have died at Waymond’s hand; maybe Waymond would have died at Jillian’s hand. One of them would be dead, for sure. And Jet Set ain’t saying who.
Director Kyle Newacheck gives Adam skitching tips on the set of "Real Time".
Adam wore the rollerblades through the entirety of production; while he got around faster, he did say his feet hurt, he hated them, and he never, ever wanted to have an episode where he wore them all week ever again.
So should there be a “Real Time 2: Cruise Control”, look for Adam to sport cross country roller skis, a sick board, or, at worst, a Segway.
(Photo courtesy of Brian Ferguson)
Live Tweet with the Cast of Workaholics!
The guys will be Live Tweeting tonight’s all-new episode, "True Dromance", for as many time zones as they can— watch along with them at 10:30 Eastern/9:30 Central on Comedy Central.
Follow them to follow along—
Blake - @UncleBlazer
Adam - @ADAMDEVINE
Ders - @DERS808
Kyle - @KyleNewacheck
Also, the best TelAmeriCans they can be, will be along with them!
Jillian - @Jilliandeltoro
Maribeth - @maribethmonroe
Erik - @erikgriffin
Be sure to hashtag your tweets #Workaholics and we’ll post some of the best ones on the Tumblr, like this gem from last week—
To see the dragon, one must correctly frame the dragon for camera; and also drop acid.
(Photo courtesy Brian Ferguson)
It’s always fun when Kyle Newacheck directs an episode that features Karl, since people have to take him seriously while he’s dressed like a blind hobo.
Go inside Workaholics with Young Hollywood as they sit down to talk about the making of the show with Mail Order Comedy.
Kyle and Blake discuss their first TV show, Adam gives an unofficial Young Hollywood theme song, and Ders takes a freestyle challenge all while getting a behind-the-scenes look at a day on set.