“I promised myself I was not going to cry tonight, and I have already broken that promise five times,” says Chris to Ben in this wedding episode. I have to say, five times sounds about right. Also, if “Ben and Leslie” doesn’t prove that Amy Poehler deserves her Emmy, I don’t know what the Emmy voters need. Leslie was hilarious (that Tim Gunn impression), lovable (a 70-page first draft on her vows), and amazingly caring (refusing to have her wedding without Ron, who is like a father to her). READ FULL STORY
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“Any dog under 50 pounds is a cat, and cats are pointless.”
– Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) on Parks and Recreation
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“There’s been a mistake. You’ve accidentally given me the food that my food eats.”
– Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) after being served a salad on Parks and Recreation
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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.
Watch the behind-the-scenes video below: READ FULL STORY
I never thought of Nick Offerman as the game-show host type. (Rob Lowe, on the other hand…)
Yet it’s the mock-serious Offerman, in full Ron Swanson mode, channeling Hollywood Squares greats Peter Marshall and Tom Bergeron by hosting a version of the game for GQ‘s Men of the Year issue. Instead of keeping to the traditional format and asking true/false or multiple choice questions, Offerman challenged his cast with straight-foward pop-culture trivia.
Watch the video below to hear Aziz Ansari’s synopsis of 50 Shades of Grey and Chris Pratt’s lyrics to Carly Rae Jepsen’s ”Call Me Maybe.” My only complaint is that the video is a minute too short. READ FULL STORY
Sorry, Honor — this product truly deserves to top Ron Swanson’s Pyramid of Greatness.
Yes, shaving cream that smells like rich, smoky pork actually exists. Here’s how the press release describes it: “J&D’s Bacon Shaving Cream™ is proudly Made in America and is the highest quality meat-scented shaving cream on the market today… It is best used after a hot shower or before an important date with someone you may want to spend the rest of your life with.”
As EW.com photo guru Jef Castro says, “That MUST cause break-outs. Or obesity.” Absolutely — but is it kosher? I’ll let you know as soon as I hear back from the product’s creators, “Bacontrepreneurs” Justin and Dave.
These guys also sell a sriracha-flavored lip balm. Wearing it, apparently, is “like making out with some tasty napalm.”
Congratulations, world: I have finally been rendered speechless. Ooo, accidental bacon pun!
Nick Offerman performs slam poetry about bacon — VIDEO
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Who says cable TV stars get to have all the naked fun? Not Parks and Recreation‘s Nick Offerman. The actor has promised to strip down — but not for free.
It’s all in the name of charity, specifically for New York Collaborates for Autism, which raises funds to support autism schools, programs and services across the country. Comedy Central is hosting Night of Too Many Stars, a biennial televised event to support NYCA.
In anticipation of the star-studded event, the mustachioed actor announced his offer to bare his manhood (sorry, so sorry, couldn’t resist) via video today, complete with a Harvey Keitel dig, cringe-inducing catchphrases and, yes, a little bit of stripping. Check it out below: READ FULL STORY
Nick Offerman paid a visit to The Late Show with David Letterman last night and graced us with a ditty he uses to romance his wife, actress Megan Mullally.
The Parks and Recreation star whipped out a “conveniently-placed” guitar, then revealed that he composed “The Rainbow Song” for Mullally’s 50th birthday. “My first tip for prosperity is to engage in romantic love,” Offerman said. One example of such prosperity was his ode to Mullally, which included lines like “I’ve got my Cialis so I will not fail” and “You’re the one that I want to impale.” Enjoy a video of the performance below: READ FULL STORY
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