TV Club: Workaholics waves an appropriately hazy and affectionate goodbye

“Party Gawds” makes for a nearly perfect Workaholics series finale. Meaning that it’s loose, unambitious, unpretentiously amusing, and a little lazy, all hallmarks of this long-standing Comedy Central stoner sitcom staple. Essentially a fitfully successful paean to the slothful joys of not growing up, ever, the show has always rested easily on the shoulders of real-life pals Anders Holm, Adam DeVine, and Blake Anderson, who, tonight, wave one last drunken rooftop goodbye to the series and the fans that have forced enough mid-level success on them that they have no choice but to break out of the comfortable cocoon that their fictional counterparts clearly never will.

The plot starts out on a typical day, as the guys’ ambition to while away their Saturday morning with weed, Cap’n Crunch, and Paw Patrol are derailed when Blake announces that they are terrifyingly low on weed. Part of the enjoyment of …

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