Nick Offerman Has a Dirty Little Secret to Getting Films Into Sundance

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When he's not busy stealing every scene of NBC's 'Parks and Recreation,' Nick Offerman is busy appearing in all kinds of movies, from major blockbusters like '21 Jump Street' to small independent productions like 'Somebody Up There Likes Me.' His most recent production, a concert film of his comedy show 'American Ham,' played at this year's Sundance Film Festival, and Offerman went on 'Conan' to explain the secret to getting your movie accepted into the prestigious fest.

But Offerman wouldn't just come out and say it. Oh, no. That wouldn't give his sage wisdom the appropriate amount of gravitas. So he produced a guitar out of nowhere and serenaded Conan O'Brien and his audience on the answer to getting your movie screened in Park City: p***y and weed.

Offerman was joking (maybe, possibly, who knows?), but the result was a very funny song made all the funnier by the bleeping of certain key words. Some of you might notice that this is basically a remix of the "P---y and Weed" song performed by Offerman, his wife Megan Mullally and Allison Brie as a promo for 'Somebody Up There Loves Me' (which you can watch below). In true Ron Swanson style, Offerman performed as if this was not a gag on a talk show, lending his very simply, very dirty lyrics the proper level of deadpan gravitas.

After you watch the video above, you should note that the first five seasons of 'Parks and Recreation' are currently streaming on Netflix and that you really, really should watch them.

WARNING: Below "P---y and Weed" Promo Is Somewhat NSFW

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