Aaron Rodgers Judges Andy Bernard Breakdown on 'The Office'

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterMay 10, 2013

Aaron Rodgers played Aaron Rodgers on The Office, and he was actually believable. 

The Huffington Post spotted the Green Bay Packers starting quarterback on one of the last episodes of The Office, when character Andy Bernard, or "The Nard-Dog" if you will, tried valiantly to get on the fictional hit show, "America's Next A Capella Sensation."

Because these types of talent shows mandate a panel of at least three celebrities, Rodgers, Clay Aiken and Santigold were there to take it all in. 

Now, if we were judging the star quarterback on his performance last night, we would let him saunter to the next round. 

It's not like they gave him much. 

After Bernard goes on about how he quit his job and did something unthinkable, Rodgers was given the line, "flag on the play." Yes, some writer was waiting years to get that football reference into the show. 

Rodgers delivers the line like a kid being forced to do his chores, which is kind of how Jay Cutler delivers passes. 

The trio then breaks it to Bernard that it just isn't going to happen. While Aiken seems to enjoy the moment, Rodgers breaks the news far more gently. 

With that, I can say without hesitation that I want Rodgers there if I ever decide to enter a singing contest. There is something about the way he breaks bad news that lets you know it's going to be just fine. 

This man has quite the future after football, playing himself in movies, TV shows and commercials.

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