It seems Chris Pratt misses the opinionated residents, recreational woes and quotable Knope-liners of Parks and Recreation just as much as we do. And we didn’t think it was possible to love this man even more. (No disrespect, Anna. We love you and your live-tweeting the most.)
The Guardians of the Galaxy star was feeling nostalgic and shared this wonderful deleted scene from his former hit NBC TV show home, Parks and Rec. The never-before-seen snippet reminds us why we fell in love with Andy Dwyer—and his two broken legs—in the first place.
The clip features 182 seconds of Pratt's angelic singing voice and offers a meaningful and historical lesson on the story of Sudden Death. In an acoustic cover, which only Pratt could pull off, he strums and belts out emotional melodies describing the epic tale of Jean-Claude Van Damme's crusade for patriotism, terrorism and hockey.
Pratt aptly ends the hymn with a high-pitched trill giving April, Anne and Donna's "Time After Time" rendition a run for its money. In Pawnee we trust.