Workaholics vs. Other TV Casts

Who can the three guys beat up?

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The Workaholics guys made some pretty bold claims when they stopped by the Maxim office. (After first describing in great detail some very interesting fetishes.) When asked which TV casts they could beat up, the three stars–Anders Holm, Blake Anderson, and Adam DeVine along with show creator Kyle Newacheck–had choice words for some of today’s leading ensembles. Hollywood, you’ve been warned.

It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia

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“Mac’s fat now,” seemed to be the reason why the Work boys are willing to battle. Are they picking on the weakest link of the Sunny chain? Or just fighting with their brains?

Maxim Odds: 1:1

This would be an interesting, if somewhat slappy battle that can only be won if a fighter is willing to go for the hair (Dee’s or Blake’s) or somehow use a high-risk scheme to cheat or manipulate the outcome. Either way, the audience wins.

The League

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This doesn’t seem like much of fight in the eyes of the Workaholics. “They’re old as hell,” said Anders.

Adam added, “A lot of people don’t know this, but they’re 60-years-old.”

Maxim Odds: 3:1 in favor

The guys are right. Youth beats numbers in this bout. If the Workaholics lose, it’s only because they were unknowingly allergic to people over the age of 30.


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Anders will have to do the dirt work here as Adam and Blake refused to fight the Hollywood Posse.

Maxim Odds: 1:2 against

The Entourage guys probably know how to fight, and fight dirty. We hate to say it, but this one is not much of contest. Good luck, Anders.

The View

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“It’s never OK to hit a woman, unless she’s on The View.” That’s from To Kill a Mockingbird, right?

Maxim Odds: 1:7 in favor

The Workaholics will ease onto the show with their charming, unassuming personalities, and then, when everyone is comfy on the couch, Blake will strike first. He won’t know why. It’s just instinct. It’s what our animal ancestors would have done.

Reno 911

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The Reno Sheriff’s Dept. is not exactly home to the John McClanes and Martin Riggs of fictional law enforcement. They’re more like glorified, armed librarians.

Maxim Odds: 1:2 against

While the actors on Reno 911 are weak instead of burly, they probably had real firearms training. Plus, they’d be hypnotised by Wendi McLendon-Covey’s outstanding boobs, Niecy Nash’s full booty and Kerri Kenney seductive glances. (At least Kyle would.)


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It’s not really fair for three guys to fight one skinny smartass who wears tight shirts. Just ask our intern. (Sorry Nathan! You can have your shoes back when you earn them.)

Maxim Odds: 4:1 in favor

A lot of people probably want to kick Tosh’s ass. He’s just so…grrr! Let the Workaholics have at him on a special episode of Tosh.0 called, “Workaholics Are Better!” We’d watch that…twice.

The Big Bang Theory

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It’s the cast you love vs. the cast that is loved by 12-year-old girls and eighth grade science teachers who think they’re hip. If the Workaholics guys don’t fight them, then we just might have to.

Maxim Odds: 6:1 in favor.

The good news: The Workaholics would make short work of these dweebs. The bad news: The Big Bang Theory cast probably made $8.9 billion while you were reading this sentence.

Catch Workaholics every Tuesday on Comedy Central and follow the whole crew on Twitter:

Blake Anderson (@UncleBlazer)

Adam Devine (@ADAMDEVINE)

Anders Holm (@ders808)

Kyle Newacheck (@kylenewacheck)