Executive producer Mike Schur said the good news is that for the past month, he and the show's writing staff have been coming up with answers and he was only too willing to share! The bad news is that the current plan comes with a bit of a caveat, which is "all of this stuff is subject to change once the scripts come in and we realize we totally screwed up."
Until then, Schur tells us about the dawn of Tammy 1, the future of Jean Ralphio and the potential dilemma for Chris in the upcoming season of Parks and Recreation .The first we should talk about -- I'm sure was most important for viewers is Ron's lack of facial hair. Will he have recovered all of it when the show returns this fall?
Mike Schur: I can tell you this: The current plan is for Ron's facial hair to go through a lot of changes in the first few episodes. He'll have several different looks in the first few episodes if things stay the way they're planned. Honestly, it wasn't our goal -- to send Ron's facial hair through its own arc -- but we pitched these stories for him involving Tammy 1 and all these other things and we found ourselves in this funny situation where a lot of the ways that we wanted to tell the story of what was happening to him involved his facial hair -- as it should, probably, when you have someone with facial hair as distinctive as Nick's.