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Ron Swanson Yourself: Add His Mustache to Your Profile Picture!

by Kelly Woo, posted Jan 20th 2011 8:00AM
Ron Swanson, Nick OffermanWe've been celebrating Ron Swanson Week in anticipation of 'Parks and Recreation's' season 3 premiere tonight (9:30PM ET, NBC).

Our own Mo Ryan talked to star Nick Offerman about Ron Swanson's Tammy problem, dream date and status as an American icon.

But Ron Swanson isn't just a character; he's a state of being. You, too, can embody Ron -- all you need is the mustache.

So, if you want to get some of that Swanson swagger, print out the mustache below and paste it onto your profile pic on Facebook, Twitter, etc.

Check out the TV Squad staff's Ron Swanson-ed pics!

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TV's Greatest 'Staches: Bringin' Bushy Back

by Danny Gallagher, posted Jun 7th 2010 6:00PM
Bradley Whitford as Lt. Dan Stark on Last week's premiere of Matt Nix's 'The Good Guys' on Fox brought something back to TV that's been desperately needed, other than a cop show that doesn't take itself too seriously and a satirical TV sitcom that's actually funny.

It brought back the "'stache," that glorious physical indicator of a man's virility and willingness to face danger, literally face first. And, mind you, these aren't just mustaches. These are "'staches," fuzzy face fluffers that draw huge amounts of attention by refusing to conform to much subtler forms of facial hair. They say, "I'm dangerous, I'm daring and I'm clearly in denial because I'm so pissed we're not living in the hard drinking and fast partying world of the 1970s, so back off punk."

Recent TV hasn't sported many until Bradley Whitford's hairy hood ornament practically stole the show, but there was a time when these fuzzy lip slugs filled up the TV screen and weren't just reserved for foreign heads of state, Journey back-up singers or classic porn stars. Here are some of TV's fuzzy forefathers that blazed a hairy path to freedom.

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