Yesterday we talked about how the Workaholics Art Departmentbuilt the future; today, we want to focus on how the Make Up and Costumers built the people of the future for “The Future is Gnar”.
Make Up head Alexei Dmitriew took Maribeth Monroe to his laboratory and sculpted a likeness for decapatational purposes; because if you’re going to chop someone’s head off, it’s gotta look good. Alexei did this while also juggling turning actors into meth heads into zombies for “In Line”, as well as turning our office workers into office cyborgs. One bad powder coat, and it becomes a bad public access horror movie; instead, we got a believable scary as hell cyborg tour-de-force.
Costume head Jerry Jaeger then had to find the right look for the office cyborgs, which he nailed down expertly; the real challenge lied in how to dress Queen Alice. He managed to find an outfit from a famous film (not THAT Avengers…) that gave Alice that sexy-scary hybrid haunt. It may not have been easy to wear, but it sure made a lot of guys send Maribeth some interesting reads on Twitter.
That’s official shout outs to Alexei, Jerry, and their team of minions. There’s still more cast and crew that could be shouted out for their work in “The Future is Gnar”, but even a paragraph here couldn’t capture the efforts of all involved. You think those helicopters flew themselves?
So thank you, once again, to the best crew in TV for helping Workaholics make one of the most memorable episodes of it’s run.
Johnny Ryan’s final Workaholics sketch for Season 3B features the Fearsome Threesome of Future Alice, Waymond, and Jet Set.
I smell an animated prequel series set in the not-so-realistic future… Comedy Central, let’s pair it with Futuram—Brickleberry. Let’s pair it with Brickleberry.
Special thanks to Johnny Ryan for all his great drawings and support this season. Check out his website HERE and keep an eye out for some more possible Workaholics-themed sketches coming in the non-war torn future…
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.
I’d say if you weren’t sure Valentine’s Day was close, last week’s Twitter highlights certainly serve as a reminder. Also, men/boys refer to the womens as “Bitch” a lot, and we shouldn’t. Lady. She a hot LADY with an ass that won’t quit. Just sounds better. Get your neck kissed spitting the smooth like that. Trust me.
#GetWeird with your #BoyBody as you prepare to live tweet tonight’s episode with the cast, crew, and half-interested CC interns manning the @WorkaholicsCC feed.
Here’s your official twitter rooster taking the field tonight—
“Alice Quits” had a memorable open where Adam, Blake, and Ders rolled up on Waymond with air soft guns-a-blazing. But there was more suffering the office’s favorite chatterbox had to suffer before the day was done, which was sadly cut for time.
In a Workaholics Tumblr Exclusive, the photo above shows the final insult for Mr. Womano.
We hope you enjoy the aptly titled: “In which Ders roundhouse kicks Waymond’s sandwich”.
We’re happy to report no Waymonds were injured in the kicking of said sandwich.
See what food flies in an all-new Workaholics, Wednesday night at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
In “Alice Quits”, the guys fun and gunned their way to a new boss; even if it was just a temporary reign. What went into making the episode? What was Waymond’s first scripted line? Where was Alice? Original ending??!!?
Read on for a 5-rated episodic performance review…