"I loved that the scene is about everything to come.
It's an empty room, which can be depressing in some respects for some people.
The two discussed the mood on set, the big time-jump and more – including many Battlestar Galactica references! Are you getting in that zone, knowing the end is almost here? IGN: Now I love the idea of the time jump, which we’ve seen on some dramas, but never a half hour comedy.
Amy Poehler: It’s kind of funny because you are sad but also you do have a lot still in front of you. Adam Scott: Yeah I kind of feel like, me personally anyway, I’m just kind of holding it all in. Does it excite you for this final season to sort of switch things up and throw that curve ball in? It’s such a testament to Mike Schur, that he’s always been interested in -- he’s said this -- writing the characters into a corner and figuring it out and the show keeps moving forward. It’s physically impossible for the show to go on forever. Poehler: The robots are coming, so smoke ‘em while you got ‘em.
Your married friends get a little nervous that it's contagious, and your single friends [react differently]."Stern, of course, steered to the conversation back to more perverse territories. You're open-minded and you feel good about yourself," she explained.
Divorce is like not that special, so people are kind of interested and then they're just not anymore.
It's kind of like you get all the pain but really none of the sympathy, because it's so common.
and that I got to do that scene with Adam and that Mike Schur wrote it," Poehler revealed.
She was also very moved by how the show staged the proposal.