When he's not playing Comic-Con tour guide for Vulture readers, or starring in FX's The League, Paul Scheer is working on Adult Swim's new procedural spoof NTSF:SD:SUV::. Airing Thursdays at 12:15 a.m., right after Childrens Hospital, the Scheer-created comedy revolves around a secret group of government operatives protecting San Diego from global baddies and assorted domestic threats. (You can check out past installments over at Adult Swim's website.) Scheer pitched the series to Vulture readers last month by noting it "has more acronyms and colons than any other procedural on TV, and in any given fifteen-minute episode you can be assured of action, suspense, cliffhangers, yelling, passionate lovemaking, more yelling, death giving, and plenty of pregnant pauses." If that passionate argument isn't enough to convince you to watch, however, Adult Swim and the NTSF producers have prepared an exclusive public service announcement in which Scheer's Detective Trent Hauser educates us all on the very real dangers of organic produce. Watch out for them pesticide-free apples.
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