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'Are You There, Chelsea?' First Look: 'Two and a Half Men's' Ryan Stiles Owns the Joint (Video)

6 March 2012 4:41 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Get ready to meet the man behind Are You There, Chelsea?'s biggest haunt, Jerry’s Sports Bar, on Wednesday’s episode. Video: 'Are You There, Chelsea?' Guest Star Nat Faxon Gives Chelsea an Impromptu Serenade Two and Half Men and The Drew Carey Show alum, Ryan Stiles, brings his comedy stylings to the role of Jerry, the never-before-seen owner of the bar where Chelsea (Laura Prepon) works. In the episode, Rick (Jake McDornan) finally gets Jerry to make him manager and the whole crew back the hiring… at first. They’ll find that things can quickly turn for the worse. Also, Nikki

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'Are You There, Chelsea?' Guest Star Nat Faxon Gives Chelsea an Impromptu Serenade (Video)

13 February 2012 9:46 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

When Chelsea (Laura Prepon) said she wanted to continue playing the field on the last episode of NBC’s Are You There, Chelsea?, this is probably not what she meant. On Wednesday’s episode, Chelsea takes one for the team to help Olivia (Ali Wong) land her dream job. Video: 'Are You There, Chelsea?' First Look: Chelsea Believes in Marital Diss The Descendants co-writer and Allen Gregory voice actor, Nat Faxon, guest stars as one of the customers at the bar. And when Chelsea finds out that he’s a marketing executive who can help Olivia land an interview at his firm,

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