The sarcastic Tom seemed to care little for his mid-level government job and seldom showed any initiative or work ethic. She is put in charge as the deputy director of the animal control part of Parks and Recreation.
This made him a favorite of Ron Swanson, who once quipped, "I like Tom. With Ann's help, she applies and is accepted into veterinary school, which she declines to attend. Andy Dwyer (Chris Pratt) is a goofy and dim-witted but lovable slacker who works as a shoeshiner at Pawnee city hall, and later works for Leslie in the Parks Department.
In contrast to his awkwardness at work, Jerry leads an idyllic family life with his gorgeous wife, Gayle (played by Christie Brinkley), and their children, as shown when he hosts a holiday party in the Season 5 episode "Ron and Diane".
Garry "Jerry"/"Larry"/"Terry"/"Gengurch"/ Gergich (Jim O'Heir) is a parks and recreation department employee who is regularly mocked and taunted by his fellow co-workers.In season six, however, she is recalled and returns full-time to work in the Parks and Recreation department. Tom is exactly what I’m looking for in a government employee." April Ludgate (Aubrey Plaza) is the extremely sarcastic, apathetic and goth-like college student who started the show working as an intern in the parks and recreation department, but is eventually hired as Ron Swanson's full-time assistant.Tom Haverford (Aziz Ansari) was an administrator in the parks department for most of the show, although he also became a minor investor in the Snake Hole Lounge and quit at the end of the third season to form an entertainment company with his friend Jean-Ralphio. When Pawnee's Animal Control division is threatened, April recommends that the Animal Control division should be absorbed into the Parks and Recreation division.Jerry is clumsy, overweight and often mangles his speech while speaking publicly.He is teased so badly that, after falling and dislocating his shoulder in the episode "Park Safety", he falsely claimed he was robbed just so his co-workers would not make fun of him.