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Part Timers is a comedy-drama which takes place at a fictional children's arcade and pizza place called Pork E.Pine’s, which takes inspiration from Hecox's first job at Chuck E. Each episode presents a challenge that the team must overcome to keep the business going.The series features regular Smosh cast members, Grossman (as Pete), Hecox (as Ian), and Padilla (as Anton), in addition to Cat Alter (as Mads), Jade Martz (as Ella), Casey Webb (as Dinger), and Natalie Whittle (as Lori).During the month of February, new cast member Boze was added to the Smosh Family, joining the cast of Smosh Games.
After Padilla left Smosh to pursue his solo You Tube channel in June 2017, Hecox became the only co-founder that is currently an active member of the Smosh team.Kalel also reveals in a vlog, that she was given two tickets to a Sam Smith concert, but none of her friends – like Evelina – were available to go. “I was thinking about getting my v***** waxed,” she reveals in the vlog before the date with her potential new boyfriend.“The date is really weird, because…When this guy first asked me out. But I was actually really pleasantly surprised, because he was not who I originally was thinking he was.” “I didn’t expect myself to find myself having strong feelings for him…but I really like him. Probably.” “I still want to stay single for the year, as I originally told.” Many fans weren’t happy that Kalel was already dating.In addition, 2010 saw the channel launch 3 different Smosh-based web series: Ian Is Bored, which started as a collection of comedic videos by Hecox, but then turned into both Hecox and Padilla making vlog like videos, and renamed Smosh Is Bored; Ask Charlie, where people ask Charlie, from their January 2010 Charlie the Drunk Guinea Pig video, random questions; and Lunchtime with Smosh, a comedy series featuring Smosh getting and eating food from various places, and answering Twitter questions from their fans on Twitter.
Some of Smosh's most popular video series include Pokémon in Real Life and If ____ Was Real.
On June 14, 2017, Padilla announced he would be leaving Smosh to pursue independent video ventures due to a "lack in creative freedom".