Terrell Owens, also known as T.O., makes a cameo appearance in the pilot episode of the new fall NBC comedy series "Go On", starring Matthew Perry.
A special preview of the pilot episode of "Go On" aired Wednesday night during the 11PM hour as part of a break in NBC's Olympics coverage. Perry, best known for his role as Chandler Bing on "Friends", stars as a sports radio talk show host who has to attend mandatory group therapy sessions as a condition for returning to work after suffering the tragic loss of his wife.
T.O. appears as himself as a guest on Perry's radio show (which must have been taped before his recent signing with the Seattle Seahawks, as the primary topic of conversation seemed to cover his time with the Indoor Football League). The pilot episode also includes the voice of Boston Celtics star Kevin Garnett, so the premise of "Go On" should allow for frequent cameo appearances from professional athletes, as well as other references from the sports world.
The core of the show going forward will focus on the interesting mix of characters who are part of the therapy group that Perry joins, all of whom have experienced a loss of some sort which they are learning to cope with. The group is similar to the ensemble cast of "Community", and gives "Go On" the potential to be a comedy with a lot of heart, as long as they have some quality writing behind the show.
Also starring in the show are John Cho (best known as Harold from the "Harold and Kumar" movie series) and Tyler James Williams, the star of the recent Disney Channel movie "Let it Shine".
"Go On" will air Tuesdays on NBC this fall starting September 11th. You can watch the series premiere right here (K.G.'s voice can be heard at the 2:25 mark, with T.O. appearing at the 19 minute mark).
Video via NBC.com.