The "Parks and Recreation" star appears to be one of the breakouts of the Sundance hit landing in theaters this weekend
In a new red band clip from indie comedy "The Kings of Summer," Nick Offerman tells the police to do something few would ever dare say: "F–k off."
The command comes after a police officer tries to lecture the stone-faced "Parks and Recreation" star about "The Boy Who Cried Wolf."
"Yes, I've heard of that one," Offerman says. "Do you think you can apply it to my situation in an allegorical fashion?"
The officer apparently doesn't understand it's a rhetorical question.
"Kings of Summer," a quirky coming-of-age comedy stars newcomers Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso, and Moises Arias as three teenage boys who build a house in the woods to live in so they can escape their lives for the summer.
With a 74% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the R-rated comedy appears to be one of the best bets at the multiplex this weekend. Magician heist thriller "Now You See Me" and Will Smith's "After Earth" have been declared quite rotten by critics across the country, garnering a 44% and 14% rating, respectively.
Watch what happens when you remind a pissed off father about one of Aesop's most well-known fables: