"Working with Bradley Whitford again is so much fun," Perry tweeted Wednesday (Dec. 19). "I mean, I wish we weren't in a hot tub together, but you can't ask for everything."
There's no word yet on the character Whitford will be playing -- or if, in fact, he and Perry's Ryan King do, in fact, end up in a hot tub.
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