Parks and Recreation may be on a break for the Summer, but star Nick Offerman still has a lot going on during the hiatus.
Parks and Recreation may be on a break for the Summer, but star Nick Offerman still has a lot going on during the hiatus. Between going blond and handling a few film projects, he's found time to represent Budweiser's "Grow One. Save a Million" campaign to conserve water for World Environment Day, which is today. The actor chatted with me about it, as well as his Parks and Rec costars and what's next for his character, the delightfully grumpy public servant Ron Swanson.
BuzzSugar: How is the dynamic going to change in the Parks and Rec department now that Leslie won't be working in the office?
Nick Offerman: Well, I'm really curious to see how that's going to change as well. I know they're going to have her working on the city council part-time and still working as the deputy director in the office part-time, and one thing that will be funny is that sometimes she'll be Ron's superior in the government, and then she'll come back and work underneath Ron in the office. So I'm sure that'll create some really great conflicts between the two of us.
Buzz: Do you think his relationship with Leslie is going to change a lot?
NO: I'm sure Ron will find himself in some situations where he's chewing on his mustache because he's frustrated with things that Leslie will make him do.
Buzz: What else are we going to see for Ron next season?
NO: Well, I heard a rumor that we might see some more of a romantic life for Ron. Whether that means a lady partner or perhaps a new source of meat or a firearm, I don't know, but there'll definitely be some new love in his life.
Find out more about what's next for Ron on Parks and Recreation, including what kind of woman he needs, after the jump.