The solid of Parks And Recreation reunited for a Galentine’s Day photograph on social media, paying tribute to one of the crucial well-known episodes of the NBC present, and followers are freaking out.
Actors Amy Poehler (Leslie Knope), Rashida Jones (Ann Perkins), Aubrey Plaza (April Ludgate), and Kathryn Han (Jennifer Barkley) are all seen smiling on the digital camera because the group of women rejoice Galentine’s Day on 13 February.
“Pleased completely satisfied Galentine’s day. These girls maintain me alive,” Plaza, who performed April Ludgate, captioned the photograph on Instagram. Jones, who portrayed Leslie’s finest pal, Ann Perkins, additionally shared the photograph and captioned it, “Galentine’s Day! Endlessly and ever.”
Followers of the hit show, which ran from 2009-2015, rushed to the feedback part to share their pleasure. One person wrote, “I am so enthusiastic about all of the folks on this photograph! Leeeeegends,” one other mentioned, “All 4 of you ROCK!”
“That is superb. And I like you a lot. Galentines for all times. This made my day,” commented one other fan, whereas one other social media person known as it, “Finest reunion to occur to anybody, wherever, anytime.”
The historical past of how Galentine’s day got here to be is defined in Parks And Recreation season 2, the place Leslie Knope (Poehler) will get the ladies collectively for Galentine’s Day brunch.
She says, “It is solely the very best day of the yr. Each February 13th, my girl pals and I go away our husbands and our boyfriends at dwelling, and we simply come and kick it, breakfast-style. Women celebrating girls. It is like Lilith Honest, minus the angst. Plus frittatas.”
Producer and author Mike Schur took the chance to elucidate what Galentine’s Day was on Pohler’s Good Women web site.
“What’s mistaken with setting apart sooner or later a yr to consider a gaggle of individuals you like?” Schur requested and went on to elucidate, “Galentine’s Day’ was conceived of as a solution to present that Leslie cared as a lot about Ann, and her many different girlfriends, as she did about her romantic partnerships.”
“So each February 13, she took them out to brunch, gave them personalised presents, celebrated their successes, and customarily made a fuss about how great they’re,” the author added.
The NBC present centred across the absurd antics of an Indiana city’s public officers as they pursue sundry tasks to make their metropolis a greater place.