TV review: Workaholics

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Stoners, there's now a show just for you. In the smoke-filled haze of Comedy Central's "Workaholics," the plots revolve around three friends just getting completely effed up.

Creators and stars Adam DeVine, Anders Holm and Blake Anderson (who looks like the lost sixth member of Metalocalypse) party hard and try not to get fired for not working very hard, ever.

The "Workaholics" crew is quite possibly the stupidest on television - they say things like "countdown to Vaginatown" and ill-advisedly partake in Edward Fortyhands while on the slanted roof of a two-story house - but for reasons I can't quite explain, I watched all three of the episodes available for review.

Even if "Workaholics" isn't super funny, I did laugh here and there mostly because of ever-increasing levels of idiocy.


10:30 p.m. Wednesdays on Comedy Central

2 stars out of 4