'Parks and Recreation' Finale: Chris Pratt Pitched 'Six Feet Under'-Style Ending (Video)

The NBC sitcom said goodbye Tuesday after seven seasons.
The 'Parks and Recreation' cast on Tuesday's 'Late Night'

If it were up to Chris Pratt (Andy), Parks and Recreation would have bowed out in a very different manner than it did.

The cast of the Amy Poehler-fronted NBC sitcom, which aired its series finale Tuesday, gathered for a panel discussion on Late Night, where Seth Meyers asked if any of the cast members had ideas for the finale that weren't ultimately used.

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"Pratt sent me a text that was like, 'It would be funny to see' — this wouldn't have actually been funny, but it was like, 'You see how everyone died, like the Six Feet Under finale,' " co-creator Mike Schur said.

Pratt chimed in, explaining that he was hoping to see a caption to explain each character's eventual demise.

"When you saw April (Aubrey Plaza), it would be that she died of a broken heart, and then you would see that Andy died because he was left in a hot car with the windows rolled up," he said.

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