Episode Synopsis: The guys become party gods after an energy drink company starts paying them to throw ragers.
If you are worried about spoilers, you can use the spoiler code: [spoiler].(#s "This is a spoiler.") <-- with out the period, and it will appear like . Although you don't have to put spoiler tags on everything because everyone on this thread is watching it live I imagine.
Please upvote for visibility. I don't get any karmas from it.
I've been bindging the series recently and somewhere in season 6 I started to see some lines make reference to things said in other episodes, both times were through the writing of what they are saying.
I'd give examples buuuut.. 
As title states I get excited cause one of my favorite Workaholics episodes comes on “Gone Catfishing” (it started at around 4:45 am) & at 5 am (15 minutes into the episode) credits start running at the bottom of the screen & it cuts to a 30 minute infomercial! (“The Power Air Fryer”) even worse the rest of the episodes not coming back on after this infomercial! CC is playing 3 more infomercials before returning to normal programming (returning with Scrubs at 7am) this is total loose butthole of you Comedy Central!
Cause I’m a predator too like Danny Glover on a GT*. And when I rap some I cast spells. And when I’m banging yo witch I make it rain like hell.
YO WHO IT BE? It’s that crazy ass mage. Walking out the goblin fortress with a loaded 12 gauge. I be flying on a dragon.
Rough quote: "What's the most shocked you've ever been? 1...2...3...SHUTTER ISLAND!"
I'm trying to re-watch that episode and I can't find it.
Thanks for help
Workaholics is a television sitcom that premiered on Comedy Central on April 6, 2011. The series is going on it's sixth season, and is predominantly written by its stars Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine, and Anders Holm who play three recent college graduates, roommates, and co-workers at Telamericorp, a telemarketing company, living in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Television veteran Kevin Etten is the series' showrunner. It is a slacker comedy with an ironic title.