Originally posted on The Last Angry Fan  |  Last updated 5/6/13
To be honest, I’ve never been big on The Office—not that it’s not a funny show, it’s just that it’s one of those entities that, for whatever reason, never really appealed to me. Sure, the bits and pieces I saw of it were quite funny, moreso when Steve Carrell was still on the show, but it never really hooked me as a regular viewer. And now that it’s going off the air in two weeks, I might as well just forget about the quirky comedy altogether because there’s no way in hell I’m going back and watching all nine seasons on DVD. However, there may be one reason to tune in to this week’s episode of The Office…a cameo by none other than Aaron Rodgers, Super Bowl winning quarterback, insurance pitchman, and all around handsome dude. From NBC26… Rodgers, who just signed a new nine-figure contract extension, has been scheduled to appear on NBC’s “The Office” this week. No. 12 plays a judge in an a capella singing competition. The episode airs this Thursday night at 8:00 p.m. CT. In case you were wondering, that’s Rodgers on the right in the ball cap. The guy in the picture with him is either Rainn Wilson—who plays the lovably weird Dwight Schrute—or Clay Matthews strung out on psychoactive toads following a $6 haircut. Pretty sure it’s the former, but with it being such a poor quality picture, it’s nearly impossible to tell.   The post Aaron Rodgers will appear on ‘The Office’ as an a cappella singing contest judge appeared first on Last Angry Fan.
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