‘Parks and Rec’ star: ‘I cried like a bitch’ when filming wrapped today

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“Parks and Rec” star: “I cried like a bitch” when filming wrapped today
Jim O”Heir tweeted: “I”d like to say I was manly and strong when they called series wrap… but the truth is… I cried like a bitch. #greatestjobever #love” The above photo is from Aziz Ansari's Instagram. PLUS: Check out last-day pics from Ansari, Billy Eichner, Adam Scott, Michael Schur, Nick Offerman and O”Heir.

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