Nick Offerman's new comedy special 'Full Bush'

Adapted from Nickofferman.co

Comedian and actor Nick Offerman is offering a comedy special to be bought or rented to help those in need. The COVID-19 pandemic has left many families in need, so all profits of this special will be donated to support America's Food Fund.


The Parks and Recreation star has decided to release two of his previous comedy specials along with an unreleased new one, all to be bought in one bundle. Included in the offer is the comedy special Summer of '69: No Apostrophe that Offerman did with his wife, Megan Mullally back in 2017. The one hour special encompasses the two talking about their marriage life together with some singing and dancing involved.

Also, the bundle includes Offerman's first special American Ham, from 2014. Offerman first performed this show in New York at Town Hall theater and it has become a comedy special since December 2014. The last of the bundle is Offerman's never before seen special, Full Bush. This debut is a 90 minute feature that was filmed at the Chicago Theatre.

The comedy bundle is available to rent or purchase now. It is $5 to rent for 48 hours and $11 to buy and watch indefinitely. According to Offerman's website, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to America's Food Fund. Check it out here!

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