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NBC's "Parks and Recreation" ended up on a lot of 'Ten Best' lists at the end of the year. Time Magazine hailed it as the second best show on television right now, behind "Louie" and ahead of "Breaking Bad." Pretty lofty company, right?<br>So what is a cast member of such a well-regarded program doing on our show? Damned if we know, but join us as we converse with actor Jim O'Heir. Jim plays the oft-mocked and/or ignored Jerry Gergich - a character that has seen some significant development this season.<br>Before landing a regular role on "Parks...," Jim could been seen in a plethora of episodic television roles, from "Diagnosis: Murder" to "Friends," from "Boston Legal" to "Desperate Housewives," from "Monk" to "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and everything in between.<br>We'll ask Jim what it is really like to be a "working actor", what it means to land a recurring role on a successful sitcom, and how he stands it going to work each day with the likes of Amy Poehler and Rob Lowe.<br>Bringing you the absolute worst in television-centric web talk radio... guaranteed!
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