It’s Workaholics Wednesday! Three more full episodes are online today.
Sure, there are probably other sites online where you can see glitter titties OR winking buttholes, but "Old Man Ders" full episode has both. It’s online now, along with “The Worst Generation" and "High Art," but only until tomorrow.
Or…you could take a break and watch full episodes of Workaholics. You can now watch the entire episodes of “Temp-Tress,” “Model Kombat" and "Old Man Ders" until three different episodes go up tomorrow.
Happy Birthday, America.
Montez’s Spirit of Liberty is pretty American. But how American are you?
- I’m as American as Hulk Hogan beating up Russians.
- I’m as American as fireworks accidents.
- I’m as American as a baseball player eating a piece of apple pie in a diner.
- I’m as American as drinking a bourbon, a shot, and a beer, then writing a song about it.
- I’m as American as Kurt Russell changing his own motor oil.
TONIGHT, just ONE WEEK from the Season 3 premiere, catch four of your favorite Workaholics episodes!
8:27/7:27 CT - OLD MAN DERS; All aboard to downtown POUND TOWN!
9:28/8:28 CT - CHECKPOINT GNARLY; B-RAD is RAD, and also, ON TV.
10:29/9:29 CT- DRY GUYS; Cool Eric doesn’t care if you watch, he just wants you to use the puppets and not come to work smelling like a bar mat.
11:31/10:31 CT - KARL’S WEDDING; Featuring Adam’s show stopping performance of "I Don’t Care".
Then join us for ALL NEW Season 3 episodes starting NEXT Tuesday, May 29th, at 10:30/9:30 CT, only on Comedy Central.
Celebrate the beginning of a new work week by funneling some whiskey (watered down with beer, of course).
Montez’s All American Ride. He won it at the mall by guessing it’s weight.
A car this powerful can’t get speeding tickets; diplomatic immunity. It parks wherever it wants, regardless of street cleaning. You want a ride? Better say the pledge of allegiance. Twice. Don’t even make us tell you to wipe your feet.
Hopefully Montez’s queen, Colleen, lets him keep it as his work car; hate to see a power ride like this be shunted to the garage as a “special events vehicle.”