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Win tickets to see Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally live -- and see Offerman as Ron Swanson here

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Happily wedded Hollywood sweethearts Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman make beautiful music together -- and comedy, too! Although both found fame and fortune on sitcoms -- Offerman as Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation, Mullally as Karen on Will & Grace -- their talents are too big to be confined to the small screen. And you'll see them in action on Saturday, September 7, when Mullally will be singing her heart out with Stephanie Hunt in "Nancy and Beth," while Offerman offers a sneak peek of his American Ham solo show during a benefit performance at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. We're giving away a pair of tickets so that you can catch this creative crew live -- and to enter, all you need to do is offer your favorite memory of Offerman as Ron Swanson. To prod your memory (and tickle your funny bone), keep reading for five favorite moments of Offerman in Parks and Recreation.

See also: Megan Mullally's ten best moments as Karen in Will & Grace



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Post your own favorite memory of Offerman as Nick Swanson by 10 a.m. Friday, September 6; we'll post the winner at noon that day. Find more information on this benefit show here.

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