Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton smiles to supporters, Nov. 9, 2015, in Concord, N.H.
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Hillary Clinton takes a trip to ‘Broad City’


Millennials rejoice: Hillary Clinton will make an appearance on “Broad City” next year, the critically acclaimed and entirely irreverent Comedy Central series.

The show stars two best friends, played by Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, who navigate the challenges of New York City as 20-somethings and often end up in ridiculous situations laden with drugs, sex and alcohol. (The comedy isn’t exactly grandma-friendly.)

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Clinton taped a cameo for the series Thursday in New York City. The Democratic presidential front-runner visited the set with Amy Poehler, who produces the show.

An image released from the taping shows Abbi and Ilana resting their heads on Clinton’s shoulders in what appears to be a campaign office.

The episode will air during the show’s third season, which debuts in February 2016. 

This isn’t Clinton’s first pitch to millennials. She taped a lengthy interview with Lena Dunham earlier this year in which she discussed everything from her college years to Lenny Kravitz’s nether regions.