It’s all over for ‘Parks and Recreation’ sadly, as the acclaimed series ended its seven season run last night, with final episode, ‘One Last Ride’. The comedy had received numerous accolades during its tenure on NBC, as well as amassing a devoted fanbase and helping elevate the careers of stars Amy Poehler and Chris Pratt.

Amy PoehlerAmy Poehler aka Leslie Knope

Appearing on ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers’ immediately after the final episode ended, the cast along with the show’s co-creator Michael Schur, dished on some of their storyline pitches which didn't end up making the final series.

One such example came from Retta, who pitched that her character Donna Meagle should have sex with Joe Manganiello just because, well why not? But sadly for Retta her idea wasn't quite what the writers were looking for.

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Chris Pratt also had his own vision for how the series should end, suggesting that the show go the 'Six Feet Under' route and reveal how all the characters would die.

"When you saw April, it would be that she died of a broken heart," Pratt told 'Late Night' host Seth Meyers. "And then you would see that Andy died because he was left in a hot car with the windows rolled up.”

Chris PrattChris Pratt wanted 'Parks and Rec' to end a little differently...

Series co-creator Michael Schur also revealed how difficult the writing team found the scripting of the final episode, describing the creative process as terrifying.

"You're literally thinking, ‘Is this appropriate to be the last things that these people ever say?' It's terrifying," Schur said. "It's very scary and that was like a big issue for us. It took me probably three days to write the last actual page of the script, I would say...It was like you'd write a word and then cry for a while.”

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Making sure to end on a high note, the cast also came together for a rendition of beloved Panwee tune, ‘Bye Bye Li’l Sebastian’, which first appeared in the series’ third season.

Chris Pratt played acoustic guitar for the performance, which naturally came complete with lighters in the air. The performance also featured cast members Aubrey Plaza and Jim O’Heir enjoying a rather graphic make out session, seriously. Yes moments like that really are why ‘Parks And Recreation’ will be sorely missed.