Together, they are an unstoppable force, charming audiences as they peddle the most adorable smut ever seen on stage or screen.
The married couple and frequent co-stars made their first joint appearance on late night television on Monday, joining Seth Meyers for a lively talk about all of their artistic endeavors and their love of nudity and fornication, which are often entwined.
To wit: They just finished co-starring in the Off Broadway dramedy “Annapurna,” which featured them as a long-divorced couple reunited after a dramatic turn of events… and begins with the jarring image of Offerman’s very naked rear, facing the audience right as the lights come on. (This reporter was sitting in the front row at Sunday’s final performance, and left with a memory that will last a lifetime). And, as they tell Meyers in these clips, their next project is a musical stage show aptly titled “Summer of 69,” which Mullally made sure to clarify has no apostrophe in front of the numbers.
Mullally also made an announcement about yet another stage show: She will head back to Broadway soon to appear in Terrence McNally’s meta-titled “It’s Only a Play,” starring alongside another inimitable duo, Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane.