Parks and Recreation will unveil its season finale next Thursday, and it will be filled with all sorts of guest stars, from musical (Yo La Tengo, The Decemberists, Letters to Cleo, the returning Jeff Tweedy) to political (First Lady Michelle Obama) to mystery (???). One name you can add to the list from the comedy world: Workaholics star Blake Anderson. READ FULL STORY
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Adam Devine is a busy man — a workaholic, some might say. And he just added another role to his resume: The star of Workaholics/host of Adam Devine’s House Party/occasional actor on Modern Family/voice of Pizza Steve on Cartoon Network’s Uncle Grandpa is lending his pipes to a character on American Dad, EW has learned.
Devine will play an announcer at a Langley Falls Karate Tournament, in which Steve and Snot square off against each other. He will also voice another character in the episode, which will be one of the first on TBS this fall, when the show moves to the cable network from Fox. READ FULL STORY
SPOILER ALERT! Who shot J.R? It was his sister-in-law and mistress Kristin Shepard. That may sound a bit ridiculous to offer a spoiler alert for something that aired 34 years ago, but consider that someone once sent an angry letter to EW after I offhandedly mentioned the identity of Rosebud from 1941’s Citizen Kane, a “mistake” I do not plan to make again here. But all of this begs the question: When does a spoiler cease to be a spoiler? And whose responsibility is it to prevent the dissemination of information after it has already been made public: the person that has already watched it, or the person who has yet to see the TV show or movie in question? READ FULL STORY
Adam Devine, who is approximately 33.3333333333 percent of the Workaholics trio, is 100 percent committed to throwing a televised comedy bash, despite a significant head injury. In his new eight-episode series Adam Devine’s House Party, which debuts Oct. 24 on Comedy Central at 12:30 a.m., Devine hosts a soiree in an L.A. mansion, in which you can enjoy both scripted bits and stand-up sets. If you want to check out the opening moments of the premiere, smash a beer bottle on the play button below. And maybe call an ambulance for Adam.
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Tim Heidecker is about to find strength in God: The star of the Adult Swim cult favorite Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! will pop up on an upcoming episode of Comedy Central’s Workaholics as the leader of “The Lord’s Force,” EW has learned.
What exactly is “The Lord’s Force,” you ask? Series star Adam DeVine describes it to us as “a religious group of weight lifters that use the power of the Lord to break baseball bats over their knees.” (Circa-1990 Bo Jackson and The Power Team, consider yourself warned.)
Workaholics fans, it’s time to get keyed up: Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney of the Black Keys will show off their acting chops — and rock some ponytails — on the June 19th episode of Comedy Central’s slacker series. The two guys are playing dirtbags who are involved in a case in small claims court, where Adam (Adam DeVine), Ders (Anders Holm) and Blake (Blake Anderson) are suing co-worker Montez (Erik Griffin) for selling them a shoddy hovercraft. Take a deep breath and soak in their extended-mane glory in the accompanying photos. READ FULL STORY
The Workaholics guys are buying what Rumer Willis is selling: The daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore will guest-star as a drug dealer on the Comedy Central series, EW has learned. READ FULL STORY
The Black Keys are about to tighten up their acting resumes: Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney will guest-star in an episode of Comedy Central’s Workaholics, EW has learned. In the episode that will likely air in early summer, Adam (Adam DeVine), Ders (Anders Holm) and Blake (Blake Anderson) sue their co-worker Montez (Erik Griffin) after he sells them a defective hovercraft. While in small claims court, the guys cross paths with two dirtbags, played by Auerbach and Carney, who are waiting for their own case to be heard. It should be noted that the duo will be sporting oddly long ponytails. READ FULL STORY
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