"There was just something in my soul saying that you can't settle in at home," Anderson recalls. "We had bigger dreams. And you're never never going to get attain that dream sitting on your mom's couch." Now they're part of one of Comedy Central's biggest hits.
Just days ago, they were surprised to learn that the cable channel renewed "Workaholics" for not one, but two more seasons. The irreverent and edgy series about a trio of slacker buddies who work and party together averaged 2 million viewers last summer. It also has attracted 1.1 million fans on Facebook.
The show does especially well with young male viewers,