By Sydney Gore
Eagle Staff Writer
January 30, 2013
COURTESY OF COMEDY CENTRAL/ COURTESY OF COMEDY CENTRAL
Everyone’s favorite slackers are back and better than ever, causing mayhem on the job at their least favorite telemarketing office.
“Workaholics” stars and creators Adam (Adam DeVine), Blake (Blake Anderson) and Ders (Anders Holm) put the fun in funny as three post-grad friends who live together in Southern California and get themselves into wacky situations at work, home and parties.
Almost all of the characters are relatable to that whole young, wild and free lifestyle that gets played up. Like the rest of us (soon-to-be) 20-something-year-olds, Blake, Ders and Adam are still trying to figure out what they want to do with their lives. And when they can’t take it anymore, they don’t hesitate to indulge in some recreational activities. The bros are still kids at heart, forced to adapt to a grown up world, but they play by their own rules.
Seeing as how AU students fit the show’s demographic, “Workaholics” should appeal to almost everyone with a sense of humor. Trying to explain why to watch the show is equivalent to telling someone what the point of laughter is.