Workaholics

Series Summary
Late nights and lazy days are a thing of the past for three college friends who enter the workforce together. Well, maybe not! For Blake, Adam and Anders, making the transition from slacker students to prompt professional telemarketers isn't a smooth one, considering dress codes, deadlines and actually using an alarm clock are foreign concepts to the guys. So they spend their days avoiding doing any real work before looking for a good time at night.

Air Dates: 2011 - Present

Genres: Sitcom

Network: COMEDY

Episodes

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Season 6, Ep. 5 : Gone Catfishing Feb 11, 2016

Adam and Ders plan a party but Blake's new girlfriend ruins it.

  • Season 6, Ep. 4 : Death of a Salesdude Feb 4, 2016

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    TelAmeriCorp starts to sell female-friendly products and the women of the office take over.

  • Season 6, Ep. 3 : Save the Cat Jan 28, 2016

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    Blake and Jillian adopt a cat but things take an unexpected turn.

  • Season 6, Ep. 2 : Meth Head Actor Jan 21, 2016

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    Adam, Blake and Ders decide to attend a Narcotics Anonymous meeting.

  • Season 6, Ep. 1 : Wolves of Rancho Jan 14, 2016

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    The guys transfer to a different branch of TelAmeriCorp to work for a new boss.

  • Season 5, Ep. 13 : TAC in the Day Apr 8, 2015

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    The guys reminisce about their first day of work at TelAmeriCorp.

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Critic Reviews ( 3 )
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  • The material works more often than not because the guys are completely shameless, which makes them difficult to dislike. Show More

  • Workaholics is crude, dumb lowbrow comedy, which means it's doing fine right up until the last requirement of the genre, which is that it should be funny. Workaholics is not. Show More

  • The pilot's simple conceit--avoid the dreaded office drug test--is padded with an almost endless amount of jokes involving bodily waste, genitalia, and more bodily waste. Which is fine by me, if only they didn't commit an unforgivable sin for a show about potheads: trying too hard. Show More

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