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Are You A Parks & Rec Superfan? Test Yourself With This Andy Dwyer Trivia

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Fans of Park and Rec still miss the show years after its end, particularly its humor and characters. A huge part of that humor was Chris Pratt’s immature, childlike Andy Dwyer. Although Andy was larger than life, it was easy to miss some of the small moments that revealed hilarious (sometimes shocking) facts about the character.

Scientists Experimented On Andy As A Baby

One of Andy’s biggest secrets is that when he was a baby, his head was so big that scientists conducted experiments on him. Another secret? He doesn’t know what the other 98% of milk is. He could guess, but you’ll see on the next slide why he probably shouldn’t.

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He Always Has The Same Prediction For How Movies Will End

Every time Andy watches a movie, he tries to guess the ending. It’s always the same guess: the main character has been dead the whole time! He must have been right at least once. However, it probably wasn’t the time he saw Ratatouille. The movie theater would be a great place for Andy to enjoy his all-time favorite food, which as you’ll see is a little unconventional.

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Andy Invented His All-Time Favorite Food

Andy’s all-time favorite food is a recipe he himself invented. He puts a Skittle in between two Starbursts, which he calls “Andy’s Mouth Surprise.” The surprise is that the flavor of the Starbursts brings out the very similar flavor of the Skittle. Maybe this ingenious invention is what earned him his title in the next slide.

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Andy Is A Knight In The British Empire

Andy’s excessively British friend Sir Edgar Covington makes Andy an honorary knight in the Order of the British Empire. It’s a gift to herald the end of his popular children’s show The Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show. You’ll see on the next slide why passing the knighthood title to his son Jack might make the boy’s name a bit too long.

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Andy Named His Son Jack, Short For Jack-o-Lantern

Andy and April have a son named Jack. If that seems a little too normal for one of TV’s most eccentric couples, that’s because it’s short for Burt Snakehole Ludgate Karate Dracula Macklin Demon Jack-o-Lantern Dwyer. The kid’s lucky to have April and Andy as his parents. But the poor boy will probably struggle at the DMV.

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It's safe to say, Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga are madly in love with each other... just kidding, don't take our word for it. When you break it down, maybe all the red carpet and live performance PDA isn't really all that it seems (although we sure wish it was). Where It All Began In 2016, Bradley Cooper was attending a...

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Game of Thrones: What the Starks’ Direwolves Really Represent

It's that time again! With the final season of Game of Thrones fast approaching, fan theories are once again flying around like crazy. Each one more bizarre than the last, many involve the two (remaining) Stark Direwolves and their possible role in defeating the army of the dead. Brace yourselves! Something Different Authors often use literary tools like allegory, foreshadowing, or metaphor...

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5 Incredible Theories About 2019’s Biggest Films

From Marvel to Star Wars, 2019 will bring a slew of major box office hits for our enjoyment. As expected, many people have their own ideas on how certain films will play out. We look at some interesting movie theories that will certainly lead to discussions in the following months. Fork It Over Toy Story 4 introduces a brand new...

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