Unprofessional Wrestling: Parks and Recreation

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NBC’s Parks and Recreations is one of our favorite shows on television. A show about the Parks Department in fictional small-town Pawnee, Indiana has become so much more in its 7 seasons. Unfortunately, season 7 is also the final season. The show has always been known for its creativity and clever use of guest stars. They made former NBA player Detlef Schrempf a household name (for those outside of Indiana) and have featured actors, athletes, politicians and Ginuwine in memorable roles. Now,  we can add John Cena to that list as he makes an appearance on the show this week.

No one is more excited about this news than Chris Pratt. On the show, he plays Andy Dwyer, a loveable man-child that created his own children’s television show, “The Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show.” Off the show, Chris Pratt is a wrestling fan who was beside himself with excitement as the lead Star-Lord in the summer blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy. Not only was in a huge Marvel movie but he was also working alongside Dave Bautista aka Dave Batista aka Drax the Destroyer. You can see the excitement on Pratt’s face in the on-set photos with John Cena. He’s turned into that 8 year old wrestling fan again!

What role will Cena play? We have no idea. We don’t even know if the photo above is in character. But we do know that the creativity of Parks and Rec is on display every week: take this non-cameo by Hulk Hogan that’s better than any cameo we could ever want.

Hulk’s likeness is being used by a group of Meninists, fighting for the rights of every man (except women). In their protest of Ben ‘no relation to Bray’ Wyatt [Adam Scott] or Leslie Knope [Amy Poehler], the Meninists put Hulk Hogan’s face on the image of Rosie the Riveter, a classic symbol in feminism. Their reasoning? Nothing says ‘masculine’ like a long haired blonde with  a handlebar mustache and an oiled up chest, running around in a pair of yellow underwear and matching yellow boots. Who knows what they have in store for John Cena.

Watch Park and Recreations on Tuesdays at 8pm on NBC.

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