Adam: (On joining Parks and Recreation so late in the season) I didn't know what to expect. Jumping on a moving train can sometimes be a little daunting. I've done my share of guest spots. Sometimes you just feel like the new kid in class, and everyone has their little cliques, and you're not a part of the group. I've certainly had my share of unpleasant guest spot experiences. I wasn't really sure. I mean, I kind of knew everybody. I knew Nick Offerman really well because (wife) Megan (Mullally)'s on "Party Down," but the worrying ended up all being for naught. Everybody ended up so welcoming and cool and friendly and collaborative. All the things I loved about "Party Down" was the same, except it's over at "Parks and Rec." It's the same, except they have a bigger craft service table. Same energy and kind of joyful collaborative atmosphere. It was a really very pleasant place to go to work.