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Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally – aka Ron Swanson and Karen Walker – announce Australian tour

UPDATE: Megan Mullally will no longer be joining Nick Offerman on tour. An announcement made on Monday December 12 blamed "an unforeseen scheduling conflict" for the cancellation, elaborating that it's due to Mullally's commitment to a "major film production". Nick Offerman is still locked in for shows at the same dates, times and venues initially settled on for the Summer of 69 tour, but the solo show will now be dubbed Full Bush.

Tickets purchased for Summer of 69 are still valid, but if you were hankering for the full Ron and Tammy Two experience, refunds are available from the point of purchase until 5pm on January 19 2016.

Ron Swanson and Karen Walker are a married couple in real life. If this is news to you, then we’ll just let that sink in for a minute. If you’ve spent the last few years dreaming about what life is like at home for two of television’s most hilarious, acerbic characters, then break out the vodka: Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman are coming to Australia early next year to unleash their sexed-up Summer of 69: No Apostrophe tour.

Crucially, as Offerman notes in the tour announcement, “There’s an important subtitle in the show, and it’s ‘no apostrophe’. It’s about the greatest love relationship of all time”. Mullally adds that the show will be “rather graphic”; we’re talking songs, explicit details of their red-hot relationship and, (whatever this means), “an astonishing final act of completion”.

Many of us have already experienced the unbridled Offerman/Mullally sexual chemistry in NBC’s Parks and Recreation, in which Mullally plays Ron Swanson’s ex-wife, Tammy Two. Just as Ron feared his powerlessness over the sexually voracious, manipulative Tammy, we're not sure how the Melbourne crowds will contain themselves in the face of such fiery passion.


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