Fans of Parks and Recreation, get excited. Ron Swanson and his evil sex-crazed ex-wife Tammy are coming to New Zealand.
Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally, who played the characters on the sitcom and are also married in real life, are bringing their Summer of 69: No Apostrophe show to Auckland 's Bruce Mason Centre on February 11 and Wellington's Opera House on February 12.
The show promises a night of raunchy, ridiculous and hilarious comedy as Offerman and Mullally dive into the naughtier side of their marriage, through jokes, music and things that might make your grandma blush.
Mullally has described the show as, "Like comedic sex-ed. I think the show will be rather graphic so, you know, don't bring your seven-year-old, but we hope to be very informative. It's very all-American, really. It's going to be a variety show comprised of talking, singing and sex acts."
AdvertisementAdvertise with NZME.
Offerman says: "There's an important subtitle in the show, and it's 'no apostrophe'. It's about the greatest love relationship of all time."
The pair met while working on a play (The Berlin Circle) together in Los Angeles, married in 2003 and have guest-starred together on Will & Grace and Parks and Recreation.
Tickets go on sale Thursday, August 27 through Live Nation.