Ken Jeong cast in ABC comedy pilot Spy

Some TV casting news... Ken Jeong, who currently plays the scene-stealing SeƱor Ben Chang on NBC's criminally under-appreciated comedy Community, has landed a role on the ABC comedy pilot Spy: 'Community's Ken Jeong Joins ABC Comedy Pilot 'Spy.'

The show, a remake of the UK series of the same name, is a single-camera comedy about a well-intentioned father, played by Rob Corddry, who joins the Secret Service. Jeong will play the "lithe and mischievous Examiner." I don't exactly know what that means, but it sounds right up his alley:

Based on the UK series, Spy centers on Tim (Rob Corddry), a well intentioned father of a highly intelligent and verbal son (Mason Cook), who also happens to be his complete opposite, who inadvertently takes a job at the Secret Service in order to prove himself a worthy father. Jeong will play the lithe and mischievous Examiner. The role is played by Robert Lindsay in the original series.
Can it be? Jeong's character in the British series was played by a white dude? For once, racebending works in the Asian guy's favor. More here: 'Community's' Ken Jeong Enlists in ABC Comedy 'Spy.'