Exclusive: Community's Danny Pudi Nabs Role in Hot in Cleveland's Live Episode

Hot in Cleveland Danny PudiDanny Pudi is making a pit stop in Cleveland during his Community hiatus.

The actor has signed on to guest-star in Hot in Cleveland‘s upcoming live outing, TVLine has learned exclusively.

According to sources, Pudi will play a volunteer at a senior center. We hear he’s a young man in the neighborhood with a dark, intimidating side you don’t usually see from the affable actor.

The episode, which is set to air Wednesday, June 19 at 10/9c, will also feature appearances by William Shatner and The Office‘s Brian Baumgartner.

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  1. Jane.C.L says:

    Cool cool cool

  2. Zachary says:

    Should be interesting to see a different side to him.

  3. Joey says:

    I’m happy Danny will be on two shows this summer.

  4. Carla says:

    Thank you, come again.

  5. Shuayb. says:

    I like it, can’t wait for Shatner in the live episode. I really hope he and Betty have some hilarious interactions…

  6. RobMF says:

    So he’s the 2nd Community cast member to hop onto another show for a Live episode.

  7. j says:

    HEY – that’s my birthday and I live in the Cleveland area – could he stop over that night? please?

  8. Angela says:

    Man, first I hear Craig Ferguson’s apparently supposed to show up on the show, now Danny Pudi?

    Well, I know what show I’ll be watching more of this summer, then…

  9. Cathy Stowe says:

    Does anyone know the lady’s real name who was counting inventory of the meds?