Live from Boise, it's Maya Rudolph!
Except it's not live, and she's not actually in Idaho. Rudolph begins her guest arc on The Grinder this week, and she made a video with her costars (which you can watch exclusively here) the only way she knows how: a la Saturday Night Live, her home of seven years.
But unfortunately, it seems she's not exactly sure how this whole "scripted TV" thing works, and is very disappointed when The Grinder star Rob Lowe informs her that she's not actually hosting The Grinder, she's actually guest-starring.
"There's no musical guest either," a dejected Rudolph asks before Fred Savage crushes her dreams and confirms her fears. "Wow, the audience is going to be really disappointed."
Rudolph begins her four-episode guest stint on Feb. 9, playing Stewart's therapist, Jillian, whom the younger Sanderson brother began seeing when his TV star older brother moved home and shook up his entire existence. Stewart recommends Dean see Jillian to bring his ego down a peg or two, but things not might turn out the way he wants them to.