By Erin Strecker
Updated September 18, 2012 at 08:13 PM EDT

Animal Practice may be a comedy, but there’s nothing amusing about how showbiz animals are treated, according to PETA.

The animal-rights group has planned a protest in front of NBC Studios in Hollwood tomorrow because of the network’s new show, which — as anyone who has seen the commercial is more than aware — features monkeys.

On the Facebook page advertising the event, which has 29 people “Going” so far, the PETA people asked that everyone wear black, and said that “monkey masks” will be provided.

PETA wrote on their website:

EW reached out to a publicist for Animal Practice, who has yet to respond.

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