History Series / Workaholics

10th Jul '17 10:03:00 AM KizunaTallis
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Wrapped up after 7 season in March of 2017.

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Wrapped up after 7 season seven seasons in March of 2017.



* {{Flanderization}}: The main trio have gotten a ''lot'' dumber over time.

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* {{Flanderization}}: The main trio have gotten a ''lot'' dumber over time. Might be justified due to the all the drugs they're known to do.



* LoserProtagonist: The three guys, Jillian, Alice, pretty much all of their coworkers and Karl are all pretty pathetic people all around-this is PlayedForLaughs as they have so much room to grow-not that they ever do.

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* LoserProtagonist: The three guys, Jillian, Alice, pretty much all of their coworkers and Karl are all pretty pathetic people all around-this around. This is PlayedForLaughs as they have so much room to grow-not grow. Not that they ever do.



* NoSenseOfPersonalSpace: The drug tester gets ''reeeeally'' close to Adam when he's peeing into a cup.

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* NoSenseOfPersonalSpace: The drug tester gets ''reeeeally'' ''really'' close to Adam when he's peeing into a cup.



* UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist: Subverted. While The three main characters are basically the annoying frat boys that come to your party uninvited, get really drunk, and fuck up your couch, they manage to be so ineffectual and pathetic while still showing heart every now and then that they actually become sympathetic-"Heist School" is a prime example because the guys lose so badly to teenagers and audiences ''hated'' the ending. The guys are losers, but they're the audience's losers.

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* UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist: Subverted. While The the three main characters are basically the annoying frat boys that come to your party uninvited, get really drunk, and fuck up your couch, they manage to be so ineffectual and pathetic while still showing heart every now and then that they actually become sympathetic-"Heist sympathetic. "Heist School" is a prime example because the guys lose so badly to teenagers and audiences ''hated'' the ending. The guys are losers, but they're the audience's losers.
18th Apr '17 5:43:26 PM nombretomado
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** A drug tester in ThePilot calls Blake "StrawberryShortcake".

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** A drug tester in ThePilot calls Blake "StrawberryShortcake"."WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake".
9th Apr '17 10:29:21 AM Malady
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27th Mar '17 9:46:54 PM TroperBeDoper
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Wrapped up after 7 season in March of 2017.
11th Mar '17 12:00:48 AM KizunaTallis
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* AffectionateParody/ DeconstructiveParody: Of "Bro Comedy" in general. While the three leads each embody various aspects of typical bro comedy, they are clearly shown to be [[ManChild Man Children]] simply emulating what television and movies have told them is cool. Because of this, the series manages to both present the protagonists as fairly innocent and sympathetic while also lampooning the portrayal of masculinity in media.

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* AffectionateParody/ DeconstructiveParody: Of "Bro Comedy" in general. While the three leads each embody various aspects of the typical characters found in bro comedy, comedies, they are clearly shown to be [[ManChild Man Children]] simply emulating what television and movies have told them is cool. Because of this, the series manages to both present the protagonists as fairly innocent and sympathetic while also lampooning the portrayal of masculinity in media.



* AmbiguouslyBrown: Montez, the boys' co-worker. He has a Spanish surname, but acts stereotypically black. (JiveTurkey accent and all)

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* AmbiguouslyBrown: Montez, one of the boys' co-worker. co-workers. He has a Spanish surname, but acts stereotypically black. (JiveTurkey black, JiveTurkey accent and all)all. (It could be possible he's mixed race.)



** A subplot in one episode involves Adam and Blake lusting after the same girl, with one thinking she's African-America, and the other thinking she's Asian. Near the end, she clears up the confusion by stating she's both; she has a black father and an Asian mother.

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** A subplot in one episode involves Adam and Blake lusting after the same girl, with one thinking she's African-America, African-American, and the other thinking she's Asian. Near the end, she clears up the confusion by stating [[MixedAncestry she's both; she has a black father and an Asian mother.mother]].



* BeleagueredAssistant: Jillian towards Alice, whose awful temper frequently makes her order her around and punish her for ridiculous things.

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* BeleagueredAssistant: Jillian towards for Alice, whose awful temper frequently makes her order her around and punish her for ridiculous things.
4th Mar '17 9:34:26 AM nombretomado
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** In "Timechair", the guys exhange a number of video game shoutouts, comparing themselves to various MarioKart racers (Blake says he's Yoshi, Adam says he's Bowser, then Wario and Ders is happy to be Luigi), and then Blake says he's a Diddy Kong Racer. Ders says if there's changing games, he's Pierce Brosnan, 007.

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** In "Timechair", the guys exhange a number of video game shoutouts, comparing themselves to various MarioKart ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' racers (Blake says he's Yoshi, Adam says he's Bowser, then Wario and Ders is happy to be Luigi), and then Blake says he's a Diddy Kong Racer. Ders says if there's changing games, he's Pierce Brosnan, 007.
11th Dec '16 2:55:38 PM WickedIcon
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* {{Flanderization}}: The main trio have gotten a ''lot'' dumber over time.
11th Dec '16 2:53:00 PM WickedIcon
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** Notably, it's a ''much'' more AffectionateParody than most depictions of the juggalo culture; while they're kind of trashy and bizarre, they end up being pretty decent to the main trio.
6th Dec '16 6:36:27 PM jonty1
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** In "Save The Cat", Adam gets a hawk and names her Beth, a reference to his [[Series/ModernFamily Modern Family's]] character's ex.
6th Dec '16 6:34:58 PM jonty1
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** In "Save The Cat", Adam gets a hawk and names her Beth, a reference to his [[Series/ModernFamily Modern Family's]] character's ex.
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