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The NBC sitcom Welcome to Sweden couldn't get much more personal for Greg Poehler. Not only is it based on his life — he married a woman from Sweden and moved there — he also stars as, Bruce, a money manager to the stars who follows a woman to Stockholm (where much of the show was filmed). Then there's Poehler's sister, Amy, who serves as an executive producer and appears in multiple episodes.
For Thursday's big Welcome to Sweden season finale, star Greg Poehler once again enlisted his sister, Parks and Rec's Amy Poehler, to play a douched-up version of herself. In this exclusive sneak preview of the first of two back-to-back episodes, Amy berates Bruce for wanting to return to his fiancé in Sweden. (Imagine if the passion and tenacity of Leslie Knope were used for evil instead of good.)
As if Bruce (Greg Poehler) wasn't already having a tough enough time fitting in, the culture clash gets even worse when his parents visit on Welcome to Sweden.
NBC is staying in Sweden. Welcome to Sweden has been renewed for a second season, the network announced Monday. The comedy...
Bruce (Greg Poehler) really can't catch a break, but at least he's got Emma (Josephine Bornebusch) on his side! On Thursday's Welcome to Sweden, Bruce's unemployment comes under scrutiny from Emma's parents when she offers to support them both. Passive-aggressive disapproval ensues.