Nick Offerman closed the show at the Radio and Television Correspondents Association dinner — kind of like the less hot brother to the White House Correspondents' Dinner — with a refresher course on the Bill of Rights. But before he did that, he got in an obligatory zing about Eric Cantor's primary loss and made a statement on the Time Warner–Comcast merger.
You might be wondering where his Ron Swanson mustache went. "I should apologize by the way if you were expecting my mustache," said Offerman. "I'm with UTA and my mustache is with CAA and it's currently engaged with a Jarritos soda campaign down at the World Cup." Watch the full speech below: