Jeff Goldblum And Seth Rogen To Return To “The League”

Jeff Goldblum And Seth Rogen To Return To “The League”
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Good news for fans of the FX show “The League,” as Jeff Goldblum and Seth Rogen are set to reprise their guest roles on the show in separate episodes next month.

Seth Rogen will return to the series as Dirty Randy, an adult film director who had originally on the show last year. Dirty Randy will be preparing for the end of the world, except he’s under the impression it’s set to occur on December 12th instead of December 21st as detailed in the 2012 Mayan calendar doomsday prediction. His episode will air on December 13th.

As for  Jeff Goldblum, he will return as Rupert Ruxin for the season finale, and will “insert himself into a marital situation between his son (Nick Kroll) and daughter-in-law (Nadine Velazquez).” That episode will be airing the following week, on December 20th.

Ashton Tyler | Elite.

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