She’s always been a working mother since before she was pregnant, because Pawnee is her kid. I think she’s always been a pretty maternal and paternal person. It’ll be interesting to see which baby wins.
Oprah: What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever had to do for a laugh?
Amy: One time Tina wrote a scene that I had to fall into a dumpster, on SNL. I came out of a trash chute into a dumpster and I hit my head and I kind of blacked out on live TV. That was kinda cool.
Just as the Parks department rallies together once more like the big surrogate family that it so obviously is, Craig is there to remind us that other people are busy living out their own silly little stories, and all of this only matters as much as we’re all willing to say that it does. With episodes like “Flu Season 2” and “One In 8,000,” Parks And Recreation is closing out its sixth season with some strong reminders of why Leslie’s story—and Ben’s, and Ron’s, and Donna’s, and that of everyone else at the Parks department—mattered to us in the first place.