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All That Alumn Lori Beth Denberg Is On Workaholics (For About Five Seconds); We Get Really Excited

Vital Information for Your Everyday Life

I’m gonna level with you: I have no idea what Workaholics is about. But now I love it and the people who make it, for proving that we’ve reached a time in which incredibly obscure references to the childhoods of people my age who had cable can be universally applied humor. In case you haven’t noticed, we’ve got a category called Vital Information for Your Everyday Life on The Mary Sue, which I borrowed from when I started that category back in my Geekosystem days.  Obviously we need to use it more often.

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