MTV2's "Guy Code" returns for its fifth season on Wednesday, January 14th at 11:30/10:30c. Andrew Schulz, Charlamagne tha God, Chris Distefano, Damien Lemon, Jon Gabrus, Jordan Carlos and Lil Duval will be back as usual. This this time around, though, there's a few new faces -- 13, to be exact -- joining the party. Here are the "Guy Code" newbies you'll be seeing on a TV screen near you this January:
Comedian Byron Bowers -- whose work is inspired by his childhood living in a lower-middle class neighborhood in Atlanta -- has appeared on everything from Adult Swim to Comedy Central. Oh, and he really likes Instagramming car pics.
Follow Bowers on Twitter at @byronbowers.
Dave Ebert is a quintuple threat -- he acts, he tells jokes, he writes, he illustrates and he freestyle raps. You can catch him performing at Upright Citizens Brigade in NYC or on his web series, "Shane and Dave." He was once in a Bud Light Lime-A-Rita commercial that everyone pretty much universally hated.
Follow Ebert on Twitter at @horsedivorce.
Fahim Anwar was once an aerospace engineer at Boeing. Now he's a stand-up comedian, actor and writer about to make big moves on "Guy Code." How's that for a career change?
Follow Anwar on Twitter at @fahimanwar.
Julia Kelly is one those social media superstars that skyrocketed to Internet fame after appearing in Vine videos. She recently tweeted that she's "been rejected by almost every guy I've ever liked," which we have a hard time believing. Either way, New York Times Magazine named her as a "New and Rising Star" on social media so those poor dudes clearly missed out.
Follow Kelly on Twitter at @MissJuliaKelly.
Anwar wasn't the only future "Guy Code" member who made a big career leap. Stand-up comedian Matthew Broussard was a financial analyst who studied applied math in college. His witty comics over at mondaypunday.com are -- as the name would lead you to believe -- illustrations of puns that are posted every Monday.
Follow Broussard on Twitter at @mondaypunday.
Matteo Lane was an oil panter and Opera singer in Italy before stand-up became his thing. He can speak a whopping five languages -- Italian, Spanish, French, German and (obviously) English -- so, like, this dude rocks.
Follow Lane on Twitter at @MatteoLane.
Samantha Hoopes is also a Sport Illustrated model who appeared in the 2014 swimsuit issue as well. Before all that, though, she was a kinesiology-turned-business major at Penn State. Smarty pants.
Follow Hoopes on Twitter at @samanthahoopes.
The Kid Mero
The Kid Mero co-hosts "Desus vs. Mero" alongside Desus Nice, who is also joining "Guy Code" this season. Mero likes to tweet in all caps.
Follow Mero on Twitter at @THEKIDMERO.