Two years after YouTube launched in 2007, my high school best friend and I already felt way behind in the comedy development scene, so we made a web series about our shitty post-college existence. We called the five-part web-series "5thYear." A whole bunch of other stuff happened, and after seven seasons and eighty-eight episodes our show Workaholics came to an end. This show will always hold a special, stupid, hilarious place in my light beer impaired heart. Tight Butthole.
CO-CREATOR, EP, WRITER, 'WORKAHOLICS.'
CO-CREATOR & WRITER. "5TH YEAR" THE ORIGINAL WEB-SERIES BEHIND WORKAHOLICS (BELOW).
I am happy to say I no longer have to worry about waking up with bicycle locks around my neck because now I am a hella mature adult. The days of duct tape couches and sheets for doors are behind me, but never forgotten. The central theme in Workaholics and/or 5thYear was always friendship with your dude-bros above all other things because at the end of the day that is all you had. Literally, you had nothing; no money, no cool stuff, no game. Just friends, just laughs, and a dream that one day someone will say "You're not a total fucking loser."