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Cutler To Appear on FXX Series 'The League' Wednesday

The episode, titled "The Chalupa and the Cutlet" will air at 9:30pm

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    Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler took questions on Brian Urlacher, Brandon Marshall, marriage and '80s music at his themed dance party to raise money for diabetes research. (Published Friday, Jul 19, 2013)

    If you are a devout fan of the FXX series "The League," then prepare to see a couple of familiar faces on Wednesday's episode.

    That's because Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and his wife Kristin Cavallari, a reality TV star, will make a guest appearance on the show. According to the Chicago Tribune's Luis Gomez, the couple will play themselves, and at least according to Cavallari, Cutler's cameo will be a funny one:

    Cutler Talks Football, Marriage at '80s Party

    [CHI] Cutler Talks Football, Marriage at '80s Party
    Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler took questions on Brian Urlacher, Brandon Marshall, marriage and '80s music at his themed dance party to raise money for diabetes research. (Published Friday, Jul 19, 2013)

    "I didn't know what to expect, but (Cutler) was hilarious. He seemed at ease and nailed his lines. He was confident and did a good job. He was a natural...

    "People are starting to see a different side of his personality -- a more playful, sweet side. I get to see it, but he doesn't let everyone else see it. He has a great sense of humor."

    Urlacher Miffed That Cutler Never Reached Out

    [CHI] Urlacher Miffed That Cutler Never Reached Out
    Lineback says Cutler was the only Bear not to reach out to him after he left team. (Published Thursday, Sep 12, 2013)

    Cutler has often been criticized both by fans in Chicago and throughout the NFL for his body language during games, and is considered by many to be a bit too brash and cocky for their taste. He does occasionally let his guard down (the Tribune article cites his costume from the 1980's-themed party that he and Cavallari threw earlier this year), but for the most part, people seem to either love him or hate him.

    One thing everyone can agree on is that his taste in T-shirts, however, is second to none: