Nick Offerman spills the beans on his ‘Last Of Us’ comeback

Nick Offerman spills the beans on his 'Last Of Us' comeback

Nick Offerman told everyone what he knows about his return to Last of Us.

After getting his first Emmy Award on Saturday night for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Dramatic Series for his part as Bill on the HBO show, he told the truth.

Nick didn’t say anything when asked if Bill and his part-time partner on TV, played by Murray Bartlett, would show up in a memory in the next season.

The 53-year-old star said backstage, “That’s a great question. I’ll have to ask someone with more money than me.”

“It has been pitched for sure. We probably brought up the idea of a miniseries about their lives before they met. It could be a go-to song. We have a lot of ideas. He then joked, “Let’s just see what Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann come up with.”

Even though Nick wasn’t sure if he would be playing the part again, he said, “Oh sure.” This time I was lucky. That person had to know how to use a shovel. In Hollywood, there were three of us. Harrison Ford died, and Jane Lynch wasn’t good.


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