Tuesday night’s election results must’ve been such a relief for Vice President Joe Biden: Finally he could tell the world about his upcoming Parks and Recreation cameo!
President Obama’s second-in-command shot a brief scene when the NBC comedy filmed in Washington, D.C. this summer, EW.com and The New York Times report.
Because the veep’s appearance on the show could’ve been considered a campaign contribution that would’ve violated Federal Election Commission regulations, all parties were sworn to secrecy, and the comedy held the scene until after the election.
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