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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 TMJ4 aired a report about Rodgers’ upcoming network television debut which featured preview footage of the Packers quarterback showing off his acting chops.
Forget about Aaron Rodgers, that’s Clay-freaking-Aiken at that table with Rodgers! Awesome! That man is a treasure and if you don’t love his music, you have no soul.
Anyway, the very special episode of “The Office” featuring Aaron Rodgers will air on Thursday, May 8. Check your local listings and so on.
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