You Cannot Unsee Aubrey Plaza and Jim O'Heir Making Out on 'Late Night With Seth Meyers'
Honestly, this is how 'Parks & Rec' *should have* ended. Last night's fantastic series finale of Parks and Recreation -- while providing each and every main character on the show with an appropriately sappy ending -- seemed like it was missing something, didn't it? A certain...je ne sais quoi, perhaps? Maybe it's just us, but the perfect way to cap off the season would have been to see 100-year-old, 10-time Mayor of Pawnee, Garry Gergich, and his polar opposite, April Ludgate, locked in passionate embrace as the credits rolled; Andy Dwyer be damned. Leslie Knope and City Council President Brandi Maxxxx would join in at some point during this fantasy scenario, but that's probably best left for the inevitable Parks porn parody. In any case, Late Night with Seth Meyers managed to accomplish what the Parks writers were too scared to do during its closing moments with the show's cast last night. While bidding farewell to the Late Night audience and likely each other (tear) with a final rendition of "Lil' Sebastian", Aubrey Plaza and Jim O'Heir (aka Jerry, Larry, Garry) suddenly decided to start going at it with authority, prompting the rest of the cast to break down in equal fits of uncontrollable laughter and (more understandable) revulsion. Check it out above if you dare, but fair warning, what you are about to see can not be unseen. Oddly enough, this clip only endeared me more to Ms. Plaza, which i didn't think was even possible at this point. I mean, if freaking Jerry can get that, maybe there's still a chance for a skinny-armed film blogger with no legitimate career aspirations.