Nick Offerman, greatest recognized for his function because the gruff parks division head in Parks and Rec, most just lately starred as Invoice in final week’s episode of The Final of Us. The surprisingly poignant love story informed within the third episode of the HBO zombie survival collection is a departure from Invoice and Frank’s authentic storyline within the recreation. Offerman sat down on Jimmy Kimmel Stay on Wednesday to speak concerning the function and about singing a Linda Ronstandt music for his efficiency.
Naturally, Kimmel requested Offerman if he had ever performed the sport The Final of Us. Whereas the reply to that query was a fast no, Offerman defined why. Seems, he’s not fully a stranger to video video games. He simply made the deliberate selection by no means to select one up once more after shedding two weeks of his life to Uncommon’s 1998 platformer Banjo-Kazooie.
“I made a decision I’m by no means going to try this once more,” Offerman declared to Kimmel, after recounting the candy dopamine rush and subsequent fall that got here after beating Banjo-Kazooie. “Fortunately, as a result of video games have gotten so good… that I believe I’d be in a basement and I wouldn’t even be going to audition for exhibits like [The Last of Us].”
Although Invoice most likely received’t seem in additional episodes of The Final of Us, new episodes drop on Sundays.
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