Megan Mullally And Nick Offerman Cancel Indiana Show, Tell Gov. Pence “You Suck”

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Parks and Recreation’s Nick Offerman announced last night that he and his equally hilarious wife, Will and Grace star Megan Mullally, are canceling an upcoming appearance in Indianapolis because of Indiana’s new “religious freedom” law.

Offerman tweeted that he and Mullally nixed a Indianapolis stop on May 16 for their “Summer of 69” comedy tour. He added that a show scheduled for tomorrow will go on as planned, and that he’s donating proceeds to HRC.

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Offerman added #Usuck to the post, letting Governor Mike Pence know exactly how he felt.


Yesterday, Wilco announced it, too, would be canceling an upcoming show in the Hoosier State because of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, calling it “thinly disguised legal discrimination.”

Related: Wilco Cancels Indianapolis Show Over Discriminatory Religious Freedom Law

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