This post contains spoilers for Game Over, Man!, as well as some NSFW scene descriptions.
Irreverent, occasionally shocking, but always fun, Netflix's Game Over, Man! wants to fill the Workaholics void left in your heart. Adam DeVine, Anders Holm, and Blake Anderson star in this raunchy love-child of The Man Who Knew Too Little and Die Hard, a six-year-in-the-making dream project, as low-level hotel employees who want nothing more than to finance Skintendo, their dream video-game project. First, they just have to turn into three idiot John McClanes and save the world. Or something.
Game Over, Man!, now out on the streaming service, mounts two set pieces that should surprise even the trio's most passionate of fans. "It's not like we didn't have a lot of freedom on Workaholics, but it's just that with the medium of TV, you can't get away with the same stuff you get away with as you can on Netflix and with a big, movie budget," DeVine tells Thrillist. "It's all about, What do we wanna see in movies? What makes us laugh really hard? Once you start going like, Oh, this doesn't make me laugh, but it's what people want -- you lose touch with your comedic voice."