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Ed Helms‘ Andy Bernard character on The Office is getting rejected by just about everyone these days — from Clay Aiken to Aaron Rodgers.
Aiken and Rodgers, an unlikely duo, have reason to share the small screen this week as they both appear in a cameo on The Office. While the NBC comedy is wrapping up next week after just a couple more episodes, the series still needs to resolve the plot line of Andy, who was last seen trying to fulfill his dreams of becoming famous.
In a clip from this week’s episode of The Office, Andy heads to a talent audition only to find that Aiken and Rodgers are among his judges. Andy gets off on the wrong foot and soon gets a reception that is colder than a mid-January Lambeau Field (aw, c’mon — you had to know the Packers pun was coming).
See what Rodgers looks like on TV when he’s not slinging the pigskin in the clip below. The episode is due to air Thursday at 9 p.m.
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Aaron Rodgers, meet Andy Bernard.
The Green Bay Packers' quarterback is about to do just that this Thursday night when Rodgers appears on NBC's "The Office" as a judge in an a cappella audition. NBC 26 in Green Bay confirmed the news.
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On Tuesday, the news that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers would be making a cameo appearance on NBC’s “The Office” briefly was covered here at SoB.
In the guest-starring turn, Rodgers reportedly would be portraying himself as a judge in an a cappella singing competition in which the Ed Helms character Andy Bernard makes an appearance.
On Wednesday, television station...
According to NBC 26 in Green Bay, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will make his acting debut on “The Office” this week.
Rodgers will be playing a judge for a capella singing competition. The episode will air on Thursday May 9th.
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With NBC's popular comedy "The Office" finishing up its final season, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be getting in a cameo in tonight's episode.
Here is more information on that from the fine folks over at WGBA-TV along with a video briefly showing Rodgers cameo:
One of the characters on the show auditions at "America's Next A Capella...
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