Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally have previewed a “documentary” skit from the upcoming live special of their comedy tour, ‘Summer of 69: No Apostrophe’.
The husband-and-wife duo, who married in 2003, have appeared on screen together in Will & Grace (which Mullally starred in as Karen), Parks & Recreation and You, Me & The Apocalypse.
Offerman and Mullally have toured the show since 2014, and brought it to London back in September for a series of live dates. Mullally appeared on Conan in the US last night (December 20) to announce that they would be shooting a live special of the comedy show on January 14 at the Irvine Barclay Theatre & Cheng Hall in Irvine, California.
To promote the forthcoming special, the duo shared a clip of some “real documentary footage from around the house,” which shows Mullally having her make-up done while on the phone to Offerman, who is in the bath.
Watch the skit below.
Mullally may well have a busy 2017, with the actress seemingly on a one-woman-mission to bring about the return of Will & Grace. The sitcom is heavily rumoured to be in the running for a reboot, with Mullally saying last weekend that the return of Will & Grace could “make America great again.”