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Get in a position for essentially the most cute crossover of the century—in all probability. The Good Place actress D’Arcy Carden simply posted a photograph of herself posing with an overly acquainted taking a look miniature horse—which has some Parks and Recreation fanatics questioning if they may quickly see a visitor look from Li’l Sebastian on former Parks and Rec show-runner Michael Schur’s present comedy.
For the uninitiated: Li’l Sebastian was once a miniature horse and native superstar in Pawnee, the place he first made his public debut on the 1987 Harvest Festival. He’s loved through everybody within the fictional the city—aside from for Ben Wyatt, who doesn’t perceive everybody else’s obsession. Unfortunately, Li’l Sebastian died within the exhibit’s 3rd season finale—prompting even the in most cases unshakable Ron Swanson to mourn. “I have cried twice in my life,” Ron famously mentioned. “Once when I was seven and I was hit by a school bus, and then again when I heard that Li’l Sebastian passed.”
As unhappy because it was once to peer Li’l Sebastian shuffle off this mortal coil, apparently he would possibly now in finding new lifestyles in, smartly, the afterlife—the place The Good Place is in large part set. And despite the fact that it’s unclear what would possibly carry on a Li’l Sebastian sighting in The Good Place, we have already observed hints that those two presentations shape a shared universe—because of this there’s an opportunity Li’l Sebastian may well be playing greener pastures within the exhibit’s model of Heaven. Perhaps that’s how he met Janet, the nature Carden performs; Li’l Sebastian would, in spite of everything, no doubt be within the Good Place, now not the Bad Place.
A consultant for NBC didn’t straight away reply to V.F.’s request for remark referring to Li’l Sebastian’s possible look on The Good Place. But if the horse does flip up, let’s hope the exhibit does now not omit an alternative to reunite this tiny horse with Adam Scott, who performed Sebastian-skeptic Ben Wyatt on Parks and Rec—and whose Good Place persona, Trevor, is a Bad Place demon who would completely loathe the cute, tiny horse. Whatever occurs, no less than we’ll all the time have “5,000 Candles in the Wind.”