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The Future Is Gnar
Alice introduces an automated calling system, which leads to Blake imagining a future were machines have taken over the world.
"Bro" is the most problematic social label since "hipster." Like that other word I promise to not use again in this post, "bro," which used to just be short for "brother," refers to an amorphous group of people you're supposed to hate, though exactly why is never clear. As far as I can tell, "bro" can be used to describe any outward, unironic display of maleness. Driving a beat-up pickup truck is "bro," but then again, so is attending an elite university, joining a fraternity, and playing beer pong. All of it is open to scorn. This is The End of Men. We just live in it.
Workaholics (Wednesdays on Comedy Central) is, on paper, the most "bro" show on television. It is about three post-college men who live together in a house in suburban Southern California and work jobs they hate at a telesales company. They spend all their time outside of work indulging in the rituals of male partying: getting stoned, eating pizza, drinking beer on their roof, going to a strip club, and so on. But Workaholics, which is probably the funniest comedy show you're not watching, is too smart to take all this partying at face value. It shows us what's wrong with the word "bro," because the characters are too pathetic to be insulting. Workaholics is to Entourage as Girls is to Sex and the City. It's a post-recession answer to its precursor. The fantasy is gone. The men have no idea what to do with their lives. Their solution is to get fked up.
The first episode of Workaholics is admittedly lame: Adam, Blake, and Anders (also the names of the actors) get stoned and attempt to cheat a surprise drug test at the office. It sounds like the setup of a straight-to-video Ryan Reynolds movie. But Workaholics quickly evolves from there and pushes against the boundaries of its premise. The characters continually come across strangers who are completely unlike them. These encounters are the real joy of the show. The joke is that Adam, Blake, and Anders always think they're the cool ones, but it's the people all around them who are cool. Juggalos show them how much fun they could be having; a mentally disabled person calls them "pussies"; a group of high-school kids gleefully destroy their house.