The great misfortune of Nick Offerman, designated Platonic form of American manliness, is that he can't practice all of his many manly hobbies simultaneously: Drinking Scotch while woodworking or riding a horse, while technically possible, doesn't comport with proper safety procedure.
On Last Week Tonight Sunday, John Oliver noted that Lowe's has introduced robot employees to help customers find whatever they're looking for—which is precisely not the point of home improvement store employees. They're there to keep your marriage from collapsing before your eyes in the bathroom fixtures section.
School's back in session, and another class of college freshmen is embarking on the traditional years-long journey of learning, drinking, fucking, and non-dischargeable debt. It's too late to save them now, but Nick Offerman has one exquisite dram of wisdom that could make their time go more smoothly: Don't use your roommate's soap.
To promote a new film about his American Ham comedy tour, Ron Swanson (née Nick Offerman) stopped by Conan to share the secret to getting your movie into the Sundance Film Festival. But Offerman didn't just talk about the secret: He sang it.
If I told you this video had Nancy & Beth duo Megan Mullally and Stephanie Hunt being joined on stage at LA's Largo Theater by Mullally's husband Nick Offerman for a cover of Riskay's classic love ballad "Smell Yo Dick" complete with Offerman rapping about his member while Mullally unzips his pants and proceeds to smell it, would you even bother reading this sentence all the way to the end before pressing play?
"Movember" gives men an excuse to grow ridiculous mustaches during the month of November by raising money and awareness for men's health issues such as prostate and testicular cancer. Nick Offerman, aka Ron Swanson of "Parks & Recreation," rocks a rather illustrious mustache, and in this video offers support to those men (like, me) who can't say the same.
Happy that his SXSW-debuted film Somebody Up There Likes Me was officially picked up for distribution by Tribeca Film, Nick Offerman (TV's Ron Swanson) did what anyone in his situation would do: He put together promo for the film featuring himself, wife Megan Mullaly, network-mate Alison Brie, and several massive bong hits.
Here's the trailer for 21 Jump Street, the latest in a long line of incredibly good, successful, award-winning, hilarious, and terrific movies that take beloved (or at least, well-remembered, in a fond if kind of vague way) old dramatic television shows and turn them into comedies involving vomit jokes. It stars skinny Jonah Hill!