And that's why everyone who worked on the show is seriously irritated at the NRA for using a GIF featuring Leslie to promote their extreme right-wing agenda on Twitter.
"Please take this down", Schur tweeted.
Schur and Poehler were not the only Parks and Recreation cast and crew members to aim at the NRA.
Dana Loesch, a conservative commentator and NRA spokeswoman, deflected questions from the Parkland high-school students at the event about whether the government should make it harder to obtain semiautomatic weapons.
Following this, both Nick Offerman, who played Swanson on the show, and Poehler's younger brother, actor Greg Poehler, voiced their echoing sentiments in tweets.
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"And I also support the right of you and the right of everyone here to be able to go to school and be safe", Rubio continued.
For fans of "Parks and Rec", the response from Schur, Poehler, Scott and Offerman is probably about what they would have expected.
Adam Scott, who played Knope's husband Ben on the show, came out to defend his on-screen wife.
Amy Poehler at a Hulu event in NY on May 4, 2016.
As of Thursday, the NRA had not removed the message. The father of one victim called Rubio "pathetically weak," while another student pressed Loesch on her position when it came to making it more hard for people to purchase semi-automatic weapons. The NRA seems to have mostly ignored these requests, as the tweet still remains, unfazed by their misappropriation of a character that stands in direct opposition of their values.