In Workaholics, Blake Henderson (Blake Anderson) is a college dropout who works at a telemarketing company. But his day really starts after hours when he’s hanging out with his roommates.
Norville “Shaggy” Rogers is not so much Scooby Doo’s master as his brother in arms. They’re both lazy, cowardly, and have insatiable appetites filled only by Scooby Snacks. His scraggly beard and cracking voice suggest that he is still dealing with puberty after 50 years. Zoinks!
On 30 Rock, Frank Rossitano is a writer for NBC’s TGS show. He’s sarcastic and childish, and all of it comes through in the catchphrases he wears on his hats and shirts.
In the video game No More Heroes, Travis Touchdown is a 20-something-year-old otaku, who spends his days collecting wrestling masks and watching anime. When he runs out of money to buy video games, he takes a job as a hitman.
Hyde is the practically adopted son of the Foreman family and is easily the coolest member of the gang. He is likely to be seen sporting a T-shirt of a rock band, tinted glasses, and a righteous fro.
Jeffrey Lebowski (Jeff Bridges), or as he would prefer to be called, the Dude, is an avid bowler and otherwise total slacker. He gets caught up in a kidnapping scheme after getting confused with millionaire Jeffrey Lebowski. That sweater really ties the outfit together, Dude.