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Stennheiser-Pong Wedding Reception 

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The team is excited to cater a lavish gay wedding (with guest George Takei), but must take a backseat to Uda Bengt (Kristen Bell) of Valhalla Catering. While Ron falls apart, Henry is forced to take charge.

Director:

Bryan Gordon

Writers:

John Enbom, John Enbom (created by) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Adam Scott ... Henry Pollard
Ken Marino ... Ron Donald
Jennifer Coolidge ... Bobbie St. Brown
Ryan Hansen ... Kyle Bradway
Martin Starr ... Roman DeBeers
Lizzy Caplan ... Casey Klein
Kristen Bell ... Uda Bengt
George Takei ... George Takei
Ken Jeong ... Alan Duk
David Marshall Grant ... Stennheiser
Daniel Yabut ... Marty Pong
Rick Malambri ... Bran
Jean St. James ... Woman in Dress
Derek Basco ... Filipino Sous Chef
Brandon DeShazer ... Dune (as Brandon De'Shazer)
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The team is excited to cater a lavish gay wedding (with guest George Takei), but must take a backseat to Uda Bengt (Kristen Bell) of Valhalla Catering. While Ron falls apart, Henry is forced to take charge.

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-MA
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Release Date:

22 May 2009 (USA) See more »

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Slaverats See more »
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Trivia

Adam Scott (Henry) and Kristen Bell (Uda Bengt) also worked together on a Veronica Mars (2004) episode, Veronica Mars: Mars vs. Mars (2005), as well as the The Good Place (2016). They have also worked together on three Parks and Recreation (2009) episodes: 6.3 Parks and Recreation: The Pawnee-Eagleton Tip Off Classic (2013), 6.6 Parks and Recreation: Filibuster (2013) & 6.10 Parks and Recreation: Second Chunce (2014). See more »

Quotes

[Casey whispers to Henry in the middle of Uda's speech]
Uda Bengt: Ron, seriously, your team are like animals.
[Ron frustratedly snaps his fingers to shut up his team members]
Uda Bengt: That's going to be strike one. One more and I'm gonna report you to Alan Duk.
Roman DeBeers: You know there are three strikes in baseball.
Uda Bengt: Well this isn't f***ing baseball, weasel-face! It's catering.
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