Parks and Rec star Nick Offerman is obsessed with taxidermy on IFC show ‘Out There’ (Video)

By | April 9, 2013 at 1:08 pm | One comment | Audio/Video, Comedy Briefs | Tags: , , , , ,

On a new episode of IFC’s animated series Out There, well-loved Parks and Recreation‘s Ron Swanson and real-life’s Nick Offerman plays Sharla’s father, who has an affinity for killing, stuffing and mounting animals on the walls of his man cave. It’s not a great leap from his Parks and Recreation character or his, um, real life, where he probably does this stuff in addition to the amazing woodwork in which he’s engaged, but, well, it works. So here’s a preview! Be sure to check out the full episode this Friday at 10 pm ET on IFC.

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  • mxyzptlk

    Out There is such a weirdly fantastic show, but it feels particularly niche. Granted, I’m part of that niche, but I don’t know how I would introduce it to anyone else. “Hey, remember what it was like to be an introspective and awkward kid with weird and dangerous friends and acquaintances in the Upper Midwest during the transitional period between the end of Vietnam 1970’s and the beginning of Reagan Revolution 1980’s? There’s a Richard Scarry-ish cartoon voiced by some of the best working TV comics today that captures just that. With firecrackers”

    I don’t care, I hope it keeps going. It’ll be an indulgence as long as it lasts. I particularly dig the slow roll-out of rules Chad has for allowing Jay into his room. All big brothers should get that.

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