Part of the fun of the episode is that the wedding was originally planned for May and at this black tie gala that happened in last week’s episode they decide to do it that night.So they basically have two hours to throw it together.It’s kind of an interesting – it’s kind of a big episode.But I’ll say that everybody has a job to fill of the main cast.Is this one of the heavier roles you've played?I don't think it's the heaviest, but certainly has its moments.One of the ultimate nightmares for any person is to walk in on their parents. But it was a much different situation than the movie. It was a perfectly happy upbringing for me and my siblings. For a lot of people, divorce is an incredibly healthy move to make in your life.It's surreal for people that haven't spoken in 20 years and have been divorced for so long, having sex right in front of your eyes. The film brings up the idea of the "divorce generation" as a phenomenon - but still, it's an individual phenomenon. Now, I'm sure if I got married when I was 22, I'm not sure that would've worked out.
That grip, however, unravels over the course of 90 minutes, as he struggles with the complications and comprimises that come with being an "adult child of divorce." While the film has its comedic moments, audiences will find Scott's performance much more serious than his lovable , you play a guy who's struggling to come to terms with his parent's failed marriage.
I met Tilda Swinton a few years ago, and I grabbed her a little too tightly.
There’s lots of people who I am very excited to meet, and they are often not famous. Let’s say Tilda Swinton was an exciting one, I’m a big fan of hers. I’m at work so I had to sneak into the bathroom to write this. Stuck in a small town full of idiots, no idea where I wanted my life to go and more than anything just feeling alone and like a failure. You, the cast and writers, fully turned my year around–maybe my life.
Much of that success can be credited to stars Amy Poehler and Adam Scott, who, in tonight’s episode, get married in full-on Parks and Rec fashion.
I talked to both Amy, Adam and Executive Producer Mike Schur in a Q & A about the upcoming nuptials, guest stars, the future of Leslie and Ben and their thoughts on what might happen next season.