It’s So Hard To Say Goodbye To ‘Workaholics’ In The Final Season Trailer

The seventh and final season of Comedy Central’s Workaholics hasn’t even premiered yet, but the cast is already talking about a reunion.

Blake Anderson said it’s only the “last season, for now,” while Erik Griffin, who plays Montez, recently tweeted, “My vacation downtime is spent with me and the @GilmoreGirls #stillgetsme I want #Workaholics to come back in 5 years the same way.” (Unlike Rory Gilmore, it would make sense for Adam and Ders — who drink beer the way the Gilmores do coffee — to be terrible people.)

As for next season: It premieres on Jan. 11, and it sounds as lively and depraved as ever. According to Comedy Central, “The guys, along with officemates Jillian, Alice, and Montez, and their friend Karl, battle a group of trainees for the title of main office pranksters, throw their own version of Coachella to impress a group of festival girls, make the most of the TelAmericCorp beachside timeshare, and look back on the time when they all competed together on a reality TV dating show.” Nina Dobrev and Dennis Quaid also guest star, with Quaid hopefully reprising his role from Jaws 3-D, a movie I imagine Blake, Adam, and Ders think is superior to the original.

That’s what’s in for seven season. What’s out? Lady boners.

(Via Vulture)

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