In this Sneak Peek of the Season Finale of Workaholics, we see TelAmeriCorp in the distant, war torn future. We see how it’s changed some of our favorites. We see how it intends to change Adam, Blake, and Ders… forever.
Because it’s time for Orientation.
Will they survive when "The Future is Gnar"? Tune in Wednesday night at 10/9 CT, on Comedy Central to find out.
In anticipation of tomorrow night’s Workaholics season finale, our latest Carlos Ramos portraits portray some of our TelAmeriCorp crew in some of our favorite moments. After their next appearances, you’re going to have some all new favorites to go along with them.
You’ll see Waymond in ways you’ve never seen.
You’ll get Bill at his burliest.
And you’ll get the final performance of our dear, departed friend Jet Set Hudson in one of his finest moments. We still miss you Jet. We know you’ll be watching.
"The Future is Gnar", Wednesday night at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
I shall call them Mr. Ad, The Blake Stallion, and Dersbiscuit.
You can call them whatever you want, but here’s a list of historical horses should you be pun-happy.
In "Alice Quits" we saw TelAmeriCorp like we’ve never seen before… wide open.
One of the fun aspects of Travis (Daniel Stern) taking down TAC’s trusty cubicle walls meant more than waving goodbye to wall art and Shart X-ing signs; it meant the people normally hidden by those walls were now front and center for all the world to see.
The telemarketing minions come in all shapes, sizes, types and colors. Alice may have quit, but not before leaving behind a hodge podge legacy of truck stop bathroom creeps, mouth breathing elevator companions and station wagon driving friends of your Aunt Connie.
These are the type of people who teach wood shop. At a community college.
They wait in line at the post office. When all they need are stamps.
They call your home to sell you the steak knives you never new you needed.
These… are the people of TelAmeriCorp.
TelAmeriCorp: We Call You
Workaholics fans learned during last night’s premiere of “Alice Quits” what the Workaholics cast and crew learned during filming:
Daniel Stern is a real man.
Travis Rockne may have lost this battle to The Bash Bros, but something tells me he didn’t lose the war. Until next time…
And that man is the mysterious Travis; and that man is played by Daniel Stern.
See where he fits in the office hierarchy in an all new episode of Workaholics, TONIGHT, at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
Alice and Jillian. Boss Lady and Assistant. Partners, really. Until this week’s "Alice Quits", that is, when their work relationship is tested in a way that could change it forever.
Whoa, that was heavy. It’s not that serious, I guess. Alice did fire Jillian in "Stop! Pajama Time", so it’s not like this is Laverne chop-blocking Shirley. Did that ever happen? I don’t know the show, only the reference.
See the team divided in an all-new episode of Workaholics this Wednesday at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
… is where Alice quits. In the cleverly titled "Alice Quits".
That’s not just a new plant. That’s a plot point! What else do we know…
Official Log Line: The guys meet their new boss when Alice quits being their old boss.
Unofficial Log Line: Huh. New Boss. I wonder if that has anything to do with DANIEL STERN guest starring?
That’s right. Daniel FUCKING STERN! But his involvement remains a mystery… and what would Alice have to say about all this?
Meet the new boss in the premiere of “Alice Quits”, on January 30th at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
In tonight’s all-new Workaholics, office renovations lead to a bevy of buried treasure becoming available in the TelAmeriCorp basement.
In the basement booty, something is found that is not supposed to be there. Something strange. Something different.
Something that bears a resemblance to Robert Englund. And that is scary.
"A TelAmerican Horror Story". Tonight at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.