I miss 'Parks and Rec', I really do. It was one of the best shows on television, fresh, funny, heart-warming, relatable and riveting. It strayed from its Office co-relation in a big way because of one thing: the people in the 'Parks and Rec' office liked each other. They supported, loved and rooted for each other.
Knope's character grew from determined local underling to staunch city and state advocate — and found love and friendship on the way. The role also earned Poehler a Golden Globe Award. Since Parks ended in , Poehler — who has two sons with ex-husband Will Arnett — has reconnected with costar Nick Offerman to host the reality competition show Making It, reprised her role in Wet Hot American Summer and voiced a character on the animated series Duncanville. Grumpy, meat- and whisky-loving Ron Swanson, Director of the Parks and Recreation Department, kept the laughs coming while slowly coming around to Leslie's big ideas and moonlighting as jazz artist Duke Silver. He eventually tied the knot with guest star Lucy Lawless' character Diane after settling his differences with his two ex-wives, both named Tammy and one played by his real-life wife, Megan Mullally. You can currently find him on the new hit Devs. Jones played Leslie's bestie, nurse Ann Perkins, who found herself entwined in the Parks Department and eventually had a baby and moved away from Pawnee with state auditor Chris Traeger.
This article contains spoilers for the Parks and Recreation show. Continue at your own risk. He is portrayed by Chris Pratt. At the start of the series, Andy Dwyer is the boyfriend of Ann Perkins. The two had been living together for three years, but Ann matured faster than Andy did and, while Ann entered into a career in nursing, Andy remained lazy and spoiled.
One common criterion for compatibility between prospective marriage or romantic partners is the difference between their ages. This trope is when a specific formula or calculation is proposed to determine either the "ideal" age gap or the maximum allowable age gap before it becomes "creepy". Traditionally, a man was expected to be established in his career and lifestyle before marriage, whereas a woman usually transferred directly from her father's household to her husband's within a couple of years of reaching adulthood, so it was considered ideal for the man to be at least somewhat older.