The Comedy Central series says goodbye after seven seasons by maximizing a mini-nug

By Dan Snierson
March 13, 2017 at 12:40 PM EDT
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All weird things must come to an end, and with the next episode of Workaholics, that will be the show itself.

After seven seasons, Comedy Central’s bud-based buddy comedy — the longest running live-action scripted series in the network’s history — draws to a close with a finale titled “Party Gawds.” In the episode, roommates/co-workers/bizarro brothers Adam (Adam Devine), Ders (Anders Holm), and Blake (Blake Anderson) are transformed into party legends when an energy drink company pays them to throw massive bashes.

If you can’t take it sleazy and just wait until Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET/PT, you can take a quick hit of the action right now. Check out this exclusive clip from the series finale, in which the boys have a problem of epic proportions on their hands: They have a large desire to get high, but a small amount of weed with which to do so. As Blake explains, “Saturday morning cartoons start very soon, and all we have is this — mini-nug — maybe enough for one hit each, tops.” While brainstorming a way to maximize this minimum amount of marijuana, they hit upon an ambitious idea: Bermu-dope High-angle. The rest is… stoner engineering at its finest.

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