If you've been missing Pawnee, Indiana, since "Parks and Recreation" ended three years ago, take comfort in knowing that we might get to go back someday.
Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman were guests during the May 24 episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres" show, and they got our hopes up, big time. When host DeGeneres brought up the idea of a "Parks and Rec" revival, Poehler barely let her get the question out before answering in the affirmative, saying, "Anytime."
"I'll speak for everybody and say we would all do it," the comedian said. "I think we'd all do it someday. ... It would be amazing."
For his part, Offerman was a little less effusive, but then again, he doesn't necessarily seem like the most demonstrative guy. He did say that Poehler is "the boss," seemingly indicating that he'd follow her lead. He also tossed out the idea of Beyoncé joining as the mayor; that was probably a joke, but why not start with a big wish list and see what can happen?
Watch them discuss a revival below, starting around 2:20.
"The Ellen DeGeneres Show" airs weekdays.