The Workaholics trio warn anyone from watching their new film on a date

Starring the Workaholics trio of Anders Holm, Blake Anderson, and Adam Devine, Game Over, Man! centers around a star-studded L.A. party that’s taken hostage and the three hotel employees who try to save the day. We asked the stars if they’d recommend their film for an evening of “Netflix and chill.” They said it’s…

We asked the stars of Game Over, Man!: What action hero would you want to save you from a hostage situation?

Starring the Workaholics trio of Anders Holm, Blake Anderson, and Adam Devine, Game Over, Man! centers around a star-studded L.A. party that’s taken hostage and the three hotel employees who try to save the day. At the red-carpet premiere of the film, we asked the cast which action hero they’d most want to save them…

The Workaholics guys get their very own Die Hard in the Game Over, Man! trailer

It’s been almost a year now since Workaholics went off the air, taking with it the collectively deranged slacker schemings of Adam DeVine, Blake Anderson, Anders Holm, and their behind-the-scenes accomplice, Kyle Newacheck. Fans missing the quartet’s work are in luck today, though, because Netflix just released the…

The Workaholics guys brought weed and guns to their new Netflix movie trailer

Having finished up their shifts on Comedy Central’s Workaholics, Adam Devine, Anders Holm, and Blake Anderson—plus their behind-the-scenes comrade, Kyle Newacheck—are moving on to bigger, more violent things. Last year, we reported that the quartet were teaming up with Seth Rogen for their first film, Game Over, Man!.…

The Bill and Tez show makes for a disappointing Workaholics adventure

Turning an episode over to a minor character or two is a time-honored way for a show—particularly an aging show—to introduce a jolt of novelty. Depending on how minor a character we’re talking about, the results can be revelatory, showing the main characters’ lives in a new light, while giving some oft-unheralded …

A chaotic Workaholics beach party struggles to turn a weekend into a “freak-end”

This week, the guys head to the TelAmeriCorp timeshare. We know this because Ders enters said timeshare (and this episode) loudly announcing, “Say hello to the TelAmeriCorp timeshare!” So much for subtlety, which isn’t a problem, really. Every season of Workaholics needs a big, dumb excuse for the guys to wreak havoc…

Workaholics can’t find a reason for the nonsense when Alice’s father visits

Weed, deception, weiners, Karl, questionable business practices, mouth stuff, an In Good Company reunion—apart from the anticipated return of Jillian Bell’s Jillian, “Weed The People” has everything the hard core Workaholics fan could want. The guys’ find themselves stuck trying to sell Alice’s dad Ted’s new…

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The Workaholics guys open a casino and it’s up to Blake to save them

If there’s a problem with “Always Bet On Blake,” it’s one endemic to Workaholics as a whole. Like Adam, Blake, and Ders, Adam DeVine, Blake Anderson, and Aders Holm often seem to be at loggerheads about what direction to go in. It’s not crippling—Workaholics’ shagginess of structure is part of its charm—but, as here,…

A guest brings out the guys’ confused decency on a funny Workaholics

The strategies Workaholics employs to keep Blake, Adam, and Ders from being unlikable are many and varied. The guys are (where’s my list?): immature, gross, irresponsible, crude, infantile, easily led, and fond of sexual euphemisms like (to quote this episode) “hands underneath and you make the pussy queef.” And at…