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NBC will be transforming downtown San Diego into The Good Place, complete with a replica for the neighborhood from the show where cans can find all the perfect photo and video opportunities, as well as giveaways. Here’s a look at the rendering of the installation, which will be set up in the Gaslamp Square in front of the Hard Rock and Omni hotels:
The Good Place makeover extends even further, though, as Tin Fish will become “Good Plates”, with special menus and decor. And, 50% of sales off the special menu will actually go to No Kid Hungry, a charity aimed towards ending childhood hunger in America. You can pre-register for the experience starting Wednesday, July 11 by visiting www.thegoodplacesdcc.com, and you will receive a customized profile and wristband to get the most out of your visit. On-site, there will be two lines – a day-of registration line, and a Pre-Registration Line. Pre-registering will allow you to skip the Day-Of Registration Line and go directly into the Pre-Registration Line.
NBC will also have a Manifest lounge, open Thursday, July 19 – Sunday, July 22 at the Hard Rock Hotel, complete with an oxygen bar (perhaps in the form of airline masks?), charging stations, and previews of the new series.
As if all of this wasn’t enough amazing news for fans of really good comedy, IGN also unveiled the cast list for the Brooklyn Nine-Nine panel, which will include ndy Samberg, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, Joe Lo Truglio, Chelsea Peretti, Dirk Blocker, Joel McKinnon Miller, co-creator/executive producer Dan Goor and executive producer Luke Del. NINE NINE.