Greg Kinnear (Auto Focus, Little Miss Sunshine) returns to the small screen as Tim Kinnear, a kindly shop owner from the folksy small town of
The Sleater Area Adult Forensics Team is played by Carrie Brownstein, Corin Tucker and Janet Weiss, formerly of the contemporary punk rock trio Sleater-Kinney, which announced its breakup this past month. Though Brownstein, Tucker and Weiss only have a few months of summer stock between them in terms of acting experience, all three are excited about the opportunity to transform the startling lyricism and fiery guitar chords that defined S-K into hearty Midwestern belly laughs, and maybe a few tears. “Wait till you get a load of that Snorlax,” Brownstein laughs. “He’s just bearing down on that ratty cigar, and everything he says is funnier than Oscar the Grouch, Alf, and that girl from 'Small Wonder' combined!”
Sleater-Kinnear will air Wednesdays (9-9:30 p.m., ET/PT) after
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