The town also elected Kym Andrews as treasurer and filled 12 other vacancies. Among them was dog catcher Zeb Towne, who was nominated almost unanimously for re-election, despite a “no” vote from his wife that cause laughter to erupt in the room.
“She’s mad about the late nights I have to go out on those calls,” Towne said.
“It’s because you’re out there rounding up them bitches,” Morse joked, causing a loud wave of laughter across the room.
A final interview with Alan Sepinwall: The producer's cut includes flash forwards for Jamm and Shauna Malwae-Tweep, and we saw glimpses of Brandi and Perd and a few others in the future. Did you ever talk about where other minor characters ended up, or had you realized by that point that the episode was going to be way too long even without an Orin or Marcia Langman flash-forward? Also, did you give any thought to who bought April and Andy's creepy house? I imagine someone from Gryzzl would love it.
Mike Schur: We had ideas for some others. We had a long Perd flash-forward where he just kept being Perd, in exactly the same way, for like a hundred more years. We had an Ethel Beavers flash-forward, and one for Dexhart...a lot of ideas. But in 43 minutes, you just have to give the time to the main cast. It would've been absurd to learn less about Ben Wyatt's future in order to make room for Ethel Beavers.
There is a whole complicated living situation for Andy/April and Ben/Leslie that we worked out, mostly for internal use. The idea was that Andy and April bought that house for like a dollar, and thus got to keep it when they moved, maybe renting it out to Orin or something. Then the Gryzzl development turned their whole neighborhood into a very desirable location, and the value of their property skyrocketed. So they get to keep the house, even while renting a place in D.C. I also imagine that Keg Jeggings (Werner Herzog) eventually came back from Orlando and moved back in, and that Andy and April were fine with it.
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