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Nathan Fillion addresses a serious issue in new PSA


11:00 PM on 07.06.2011



Nathan Fillion, current star of the show Castle, is a genuinely funny man but even he can set aside the comedy to address important issues that society faces today. The above video is a public service announcement about a condition that affects millions of gamers, and Mr. Fillion has been enlisted to help in the serious fight against swamp ass.

Sometimes I wonder if Mr. Fillion is acting, or if that is just his personality. For a moment, when he mentions taking a walk, I honestly thought he was about to promote the value of going outside. Silly me. Either way, this video is worth the less than two minutes you will need to watch it.  Remember: there is help, and Nathan Fillion understands.

Swamp ass PSA starring Nathan Fillion [YouTube]






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