Look, you could find out which character from a popular movie franchise, book series, or TV show you are by clicking through quizzes or... you could simply look to the stars. Yeah - that’s right. Instead of giving yourself carpal tunnel by repeatedly tapping your finger against your phone screen or mousepad, you could just remember what your zodiac sign is and figure it out from there. By matching signs with Parks and Rec characters, you can easily compare your personality against that of a fictional character's and see if all of our characteristics are determined by astrology.
Are you a stubborn Taurus who has always suspected they had a decent amount in common with Ron Swanson? Are you an ambitious Capricorn who sees a lot of themselves in Leslie Knope? Or are you a Scorpio that thinks they may share a few... dark tendencies with April Ludgate? If you've ever wondered which Parks and Rec character you are, and also happen to have a deep, deep love of the zodiac, then you've come to the right place.
Aries, a fire sign, is probably best embodied by Tammy Swanson (Tammy II if you're nasty), Ron's confrontational, passionate, and adventurous (to say the least) ex-wife. Aries are born leaders that are ambitious and domineering, and Tammy stops at nothing to attempt to control and influence Ron.
Much like a Taurus, Ron Swanson can be somewhat unchanging in his views – some might even call him stubborn – a characteristic that is near synonymous with this sign. Ron is dependable and always has the backs of the people he loves. He's down to earth and kind of old-fashioned in his ways, not to mention the fact that he's so fiercely independent and self-reliant that he once declared, "People who buy things are stupid."
Geminis are project-starters and they can get just about anyone pumped about their schemes. That's Pawnee's Tom Haverford. This is the entrepreneur behind Snake Juice, Rent-a-Swag, Tommy Fresh, and an entire constellation of business ideas he managed to get off the ground, no matter how short-lived. Geminis, like Tom, are extremely sociable and can talk to just about anyone, and while some may say they're two-faced, others would say they're adaptable and can roll with the punches.
Cancers are known to be very invested in family matters and their home life, and you can clearly see that when Ann's taking care of Andy while the pair were together during his whole fell-in-a-pit-and-broke-both-legs storyline. Cancers are also persuasive and loyal, and that's pretty apparent as Ann convinces Leslie to turn that pit into a park and sticks with Leslie, developing a lifelong friendship during the whole process. In fact, Ann's loyal to the whole Parks and Rec crew, even April who rebuffed her friendship-based advances at every corner.