Derek Lawrence
December 07, 2016 at 08:24 PM EST

During her time in the White House, Michelle Obama has been no stranger to TV appearances, having popped up on shows such as Billy on the Street and Parks and Recreation. Before she leaves her home of the last eight years though, the first lady is hoping to make a difference with her latest guest spot.

For the season finale of Viceland’s Balls Deep, Obama is coming together with host Thomas Morton to help homeless veterans. The duo is working with the first lady’s Joining Forces and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to launch new housing for homeless veterans in Washington D.C.

Balls Deep finds Morton, a journalist, embedding himself into the lives of others with vastly different experiences. Past episodes have featured him spending Ramadan with a Muslim-American family and following a group of high school seniors during their final weeks.

The teaser for the upcoming episode features Obama and Morton getting hands on with their efforts, leading up to the White House Summit on Veteran Homelessness, where the first lady is greeted with a message that many Americans are thinking.

“Run for president,” says someone in the audience. Laughing, Obama responds, “Be quiet back there!”

Balls Deep’s season finale airs Dec. 29 at 10 p.m. ET on Viceland. Watch the clip above.

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