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Aaron Rodgers to Appear on NBC's "The Office" on Thursday

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Aaron Rodgers to Appear on NBC's "The Office" on Thursday

Green Bay's NBC affiliate, NBC 26, announced on Monday that this Thursday's episode of the Office will feature a familiar face.

In the series penultimate episode, Rodgers will play a judge of an acapella contest. The episode will air Thursday, May 9, 2013 at 9/8 central.

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FITZCORE 1252'S EVO's picture

Never got into it, more of a Parks and Rec guy... But, ill tune in Thursday.

Evan's picture

I stopped watching 2-3 seasons ago. But, yeah, I'll have to check this out.

Jamie's picture

It seems people either love(d) The Office, or didn't. We've hung on here to the bitter end...guess we'll get a big pay off with this Rodgers cameo. Or it'll be 'mehh' like the last couple years have mostly been.

Evan's picture

I used to love it and hung on for a year after Carrell left, but just couldn't anymore. Though I have heard this last season has been better.

dgtalmn's picture

Hope it is better than when I watched the horrible movie which Favre was in. Only to see him about 5 seconds near the end. that was a waste. At least The Office is only 1/2 hour long.

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