'Parks and Recreation' Reunion: Five Years Later

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Vote up the most missed members of the Pawnee Department of Parks and Recreation.

The former colleagues/forever friends of the Pawnee Department of Parks and Recreation had a small, social-distanced reunion via video, and we are happy to report everyone is doing fine.

Since we last saw them five years ago, the gang has continued to flourish... for the most part. While few have taken to shilling pandemic-themed colognes and at-home dentistry, most of the friends are doing their best to help others. More important, they are doing their part to help Parks and Recreation fans who have missed Leslie and the gang. 

Here is a rundown of what everyone is up to. Vote up the characters you miss the most. And if you've gotten sick of rewatching the series over and over (highly unlikely), why don't you check out these other funny shows like Parks and Recreation?

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  • 1
    37 VOTES
    Ron Swanson
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    Ron (Nick Offerman) has taken refuge in his cabin, where he has a 20-year supply of venison. He has been practicing social distancing since he was 4 years old.

    37 votes
  • 2
    37 VOTES
    Andy Dwyer
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    Andy (Chris Pratt) has been locked in a shed for two days. He is fine. 

    37 votes
  • 3
    26 VOTES
    Ben Wyatt
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    Congressman Ben Wyatt (Adam Scott) is working on his new claymation movie, Cones of Dunshire: The Ledgerman's Ascent.

    26 votes
  • 4
    23 VOTES
    Bobby Newport
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    Bobby Newport (Paul Rudd) has taken shelter at his family's home in Switzerland. He also just found out about the pandemic. 

    23 votes
  • 5
    24 VOTES
    Chris Traeger
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    Chris (Rob Lowe) is donating blood four times a week.

    24 votes
  • 6
    27 VOTES

    Jerry Gergich

    Jerry Gergich
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    Jerry/Garry (Jim O'Heir) is a trusted leader who suffers from occasional tech issues.

    27 votes