This is my favorite show on TV right now. 3 guys live and work together in their mid 20's, having all kinds of alcohol, drug and work related adventures. For a guy in my mid 20's out of college, I can totally appreciate all the humor. I've heard people compare this to Always Sunny and The League, but in my opinion, this is much funnier. I share this with all of my friends, and they have loved it. Even my mom thinks this is funny, and she hates everything I like. For $15 on Blu-Ray for two seasons?! Heck yes!
Imagine if office space was remade as a TV show with an edge of drug use. This is that show, all the characters are hilarious in their own way. From the 3 main characters to the once appearing characters. My favorite episode was "to friend a predator". The title alone tells you what to expect. The comedy works on multiple levels and the three main characters are best friends in real life and you can tell the chemistry on screen. I can't reccomend this more especially both seasons for one low price.
This show is hilarious. I've watched seasons 1 and 2 twice already and I'm going to start season 1 again tonight. You will not find more laughs for a better price, anywhere. I hope season 3 comes out on blu-ray...soon.
It's so refreshing to see some new fresh faces in comedy, and some really funny writing done by the Mail Order Comedy team that is the cast of "Workaholics". I can't believe how great the deal is also that Amazon has so you can get both season on BluRay for $15 with tax! Everyone on this show shines in each scene they're in, I just can't wait for some more new episodes. Kudos to Comedy Central for keeping this show on the air. Normally they take all the risky funny shows off, and they give Carlos Mencia a show.
This is an awesome deal for anyone who loves this show. Both season 1+2 on Blu Ray for less than 16 bucks, its a steal. Was going to pick up the dvd version from best buy a few days ago glad I waited. I love you Amazon :)
Despite its title, the Comedy Central produced "Workaholics" is not a traditional work place sitcom. It is a quintessential stoner/slacker comedy featuring three friends as they adapt (or refuse to adapt) to the increasingly complex world of adulthood. The guys are continuously rude, obnoxious and/or clueless and yet the bonds of their friendship may stretch, but never break--even when they behave in the most horrifying ways to one another. Unabashedly silly and crude, and oftentimes hilarious, this comedy makes no apologies for what it is. Not for sensitive viewers, this is in-your-face aggressive without a concern for political correctness or appropriateness. It is the irreverent "anything can happen" feel that is the core selling point for this ridiculously appealing show. I suspect that if you enjoy the wild antics of "Workaholics," you will become a fervent and vocal supporter of the show. If, however, it all seems a bit juvenile for your taste--there is a good chance you will absolutely loathe this program. This could very well be a love-it or hate-it proposition.
Season One lines up ten episodes which spend about equal time between work and other recreational activities. Some of the strongest episodes do deal specifically with the job site. In one episode, the boys vie for a promotion and their warfare against one another becomes increasingly brutal. In another, the boys organize a strike when the bosses won't recognize a completely ridiculous holiday. The season finale (with an invaluable assist by guest Chris Parnell as the company's CEO) has the guys fighting to save the company itself! It's all over-the-top and silly but that's the charm. In one of the show's most uncomfortable episodes, the boys befriend a child predator because he's a cool guy. Hey, you can't argue with that kind of reasoning!
The show succeeds on the chemistry between its leads--Anders Holm, Blake Anderson, and Adam DeVine. While all fill their particular niche to perfection, it is Holm that is the stand-out for me. The only character that straddles the worlds of adolescence and adulthood--he is oftentimes made the stooge for trying to be successful. Jillian Bell provides great support as an off-beat co-worker that gets into her share of trouble as well, and Maribeth Monroe is delightful as the boss consistently pushed over the edge of reason. This is a deft comedy of slapstick and silliness. Its humor is crude and juvenile. If you don't like that sort of thing--then, by all means, stay far away. If, however, your looking for a good fix of rude and rollicking laughs--give it a shot. KGharris, 7/11.