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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.
Fan art is magic.
[by Drunk Doodles]
Necessity is the mother of invention, but is its father hard drugs?
Click the gif to watch highlights from last night’s Workaholics, High Art.
Do you often wonder how much of Workaholics is improv? Adam, Blake and Ders like to say about 30% of the show, give or take, is from them riffing on an already scripted scene/situation.
But it made it’s way to you. So enjoy, sweethearts.
As a red-white-and-blue blooded American male, I was at first against any episode that would find Old Glory reduced to comedic ashes. Then a song was sung to me (also I was reminded that I was not able to prevent any stories from happening).
I let it go.
AND ‘cause you CAN’T burn freedom.
It’s Workaholics Wednesday!
Fire off the arm cannons and let the lightning loose, today is your day! Hopefully you’re not in prison or juvy today, that’d be a bummer if we said it was your day and then you had to deal with all that red tape.
If you are free, paint the town, guys. It could be worse. You could be one of those people who IS locked up. Right?
“High Art” paints your canvas, Workaholics fans, tonight at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.
He’s not wrong… if anything he’s not being real enough, because You Also Only Realize You Only YOLO Once Once. Twice, if you survive the bungee jump/ropes course.
Live your life to the realest with an all new WORKAHOLICS. TONIGHT.
Very Funny. Watch What Happens. Characters Welcome. Check Your Local Listings.
The leaked script page for “High Art” is a creative interpretation of information dissemination.
I like to think it’s a commentary on the Spoiler! culture as a whole; we want to take in media in an on demand world, but not let people discuss it in an on demand way. Issues of control, both our own and how we perceive “content trust” with friends and social media acquaintances can shape the very way we interact as people, as a society, and as the greater viewer.
That or a time card zombie at Comedy Central went over it with a sharpie and we farted it out here to feed the clapping seals their noon mush. EAT YOU FAT SEALS! EAT IT UP!
The answer? Somewhere in the middle. What we call sushi a seal calls “ARP ARP ARP!”, after all.
Find your creative Sushi/ARP in the form of tonight’s all-new Workaholics at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.