Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally's unique union is the ultimate relationship goal. To some, Offerman and Mullally may seem like an odd celebrity couple but their quirkiness is part of what makes them great. They're goofy and adorable and if they have manged to stay together in such an intense industry, perhaps there's hope for everyone else.
Offerman is best known for playing Ron Swanson and coining some pretty hilarious quotes on Parks and Recreation. Since that beloved show ended in 2015, Offerman has appeared in FX’s critically acclaimed Fargo and done voice work in films such as Sing and Ice Age: Collision Course. Mullally is well known for playing Karen Walker on Will and Grace, which has returned to the air.
One could possibly argue that Offerman and Mullally are the greatest NBC couple of all time as they've both starred on two of the network's longest-running hit shows. Moreover, it's undeniable that these two funny people seem to have found their soul mates in one another. They make each other laugh, support each other, and embrace each other’s quirks.
The Couple Poses Like Their Finished Puzzles
Because they’re the funniest couple alive, Mullally and Offerman can’t complete a jigsaw puzzle and leave it at that.
When they finish the puzzles, they post a photo of it with them posing in a similar fashion. Mullally and Offerman have even stripped down in order to get the perfect pose.
They Threw A Party For The 2003 Emmy Awards But It Turned Out To Be Their Wedding
The day before the 2003 Emmy Awards, Mullally and Offerman threw a small party for twenty guests, all of whom assumed it was an Emmy Awards party. Instead, it was Mullally and Offerman’s wedding.
They were inspired to host a surprise wedding because the paparazzi had recently crashed Mullally’s Will and Grace costar Debra Messing’s wedding. But also, any couple who throws a secret wedding for any reason is pretty much the best ever.
He Carved A Heart-Shaped Box To Hold Her Engagement Ring
Nick Offerman has been very vocal about his love of woodworking. He even has a woodshop. He made a point of carving Megan Mullally a heart-shaped box for her engagement ring. So, yeah, Offerman may be the manliest man ever, but he has a soft heart for Mullally.
The Way They Got Together Is So Relatable (And It Involved Some Beck)
Missing the theater work they had been doing in Chicago, Offerman and Mullally both got involved with a play and things took off from there. Offerman recalls their workplace romance like this:
"After rehearsal one night we went and drove around. I put my hand on hers on the gearshift in the middle and that was very electric. She gave me a stern talking to about how, yes, there might be 'some interest' in me but she wasn't about to 'get involved' with somebody she was doing a play with. So it would have to wait until the play closed. And I said, 'OK, I can handle those terms' And then we went and parked somewhere and made out for two hours to a Beck record that had just come out... Megan and I kept hitting repeat on this Beck song for two and a half hours and making out in front of somebody's apartment building."