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The Jeff Winger depicter confirms that Chase did use the N-word on the set of the NBC show and would try to fight him when he tried to cheer Chase up.
The Pierce Hawthorne depicter is reportedly parting ways with producers of the NBC comedy by mutual agreement.
The veteran actor was not pleased at how his character Pierce became more of a bigot, saying he would be forced to say the N-word someday.
Calling the NBC comedy series 'a f**king mediocre sitcom,' the Pierce Hawthorne depicter blames Dan Harmon for not being there when the crew do the editing and cut his jokes.
In his elaborate apology, Dan Harmon admits he made 'a dumb, unclassy, inconsiderate move' by playing Chase's angry voicemail to other people, though he only intended to make people laugh.
Some staffers are reportedly backing the Pierce Hawthorne depicter in his feud with the NBC show's creator as saying, 'What Dan Harmon did was f**ked up... Chevy is a pleasure to work with.'
Rumor has it, Dan Harmon and the Pierce Hawthorne of the NBC comedy series have been in a war of words with sources revealing that the actor walked off the set during the last day of filming.
The former 'Saturday Night Live' cast are working together in a movie script which details are still kept a secret.
On top of announcing its official schedule for 2010-11 season, the Peacock also hosted a gala that welcomes stars of the new shows.