It is a Parks and Recreation gather.
January 21 episode of Saturday Night Live saw Amy Poehler and host Aubrey Plaza reprise the roles of Leslie Knope and April Ludgate respectively in Weekend update.
Colin Jost introduced Plaza’s April as a longtime Pawnee, Indiana employee who is on the show to talk about local government.
“I will when you stop yelling at me,” April told Jost. “Okay, fine. So yes, everyone should participate where they live. If you’re young, you should get a job as a garbage collector or something.”
When asked if there were any other jobs, she replied, shocked that he actually wanted her to list them.
“Fine. Drive a bus. You don’t have to be on time. Nobody cares,” she said. “Work for the water department. You can drain the reservoir and find all the bodies and bodies. killer termites, or just being a dog catcher and just saying you can’t find anything, because when you work for the local government, doing the bare minimum is doing your part. .”
Then Jost asked if someone really wanted to work hard, she said she didn’t know and told him to ask her former boss. Cue Poehler’s Leslie, who was prompted by a question of what it took to run a federal agency by Jost.
“Well, all you do is show up every day and you get things done,” she said. “But I wanted to ask your opinion on this work, on this show, because I used to watch this when Seth Meyers did it on his own and no one else did, and he did. make it look really easy.”
She continued to evade his every question and said that she and April couldn’t stay long because they had tickets to the M&M store.