'Off the Cuff' Podcast: 'Playing House' Stars on Being BFFs; Having Maternity Clothes on Set

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Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham, the stars and creators of USA Network's new comedy "Playing House," dish on what it's like to be both on- and offscreen besties and actually being pregnant while shooting their show.

The stars of USA's second comedy entry, Playing House, Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham stopped by #pretapodcasts to talk being the self-proclaimed new Kathie Lee and Hoda. They are, after all, best friends in real life and not just playing ones on their new show, which is a reinvention of their ill-fated NBC comedy Best Friends Forever.

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The ladies also discussed actually being pregnant during shooting (that baby bump you see on Parham is real), getting to keep all those maternity clothes and how nice it is to recruit their UCB friends from their improv days, such as Zach Woods and Jason Mantzoukas, to join them on their show. Listen below.