Seth MacFarlane nabbed Parks and Rec‘s Nick Offerman for a guest spot on The Cleveland Show, and it surprisingly has nothing to do with bacon, woodworking, facial hair, or libertarian politics.
Offerman voices Harris Grundle, the owner of Grundle’s department store, who bears a striking resemblance to the mustachioed actor. Grundle’s an old-school business owner who’s got the sexist prejudices to match — sentiments that turn up during the store’s annual Winter Wonderland pageant.
“I don’t hire boys to see their legs, and I don’t hire girls to hear ‘em talk,” he tells Cleveland’s stepdaughter, Roberta, when she complains about her revealing uniform.
Offerman’s role appeared in the episode “‘Tis the Cleveland to be Sorry,” which ran on Sunday.
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