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It is also known that his parents separated (through death or divorce) and at least one remarried at some point as he mentioned he has a step brother who lives in London. He also commonly refers to people by their first and last name.
(Ex: Chris Traeger commonly calls Ann Perkins by her full name, even while dating.) Chris Traeger is an auditor, sent by the Indiana state government in Indianapolis, who comes in to Pawnee to review the town's funds at the end of the second season along with his partner Ben Wyatt.
He seems constantly at pains to remain cheerful and optimistic, frequently attempting to avoid harsh truths, and engaging in the somewhat peculiar practice of saying "hello" and "goodbye" to people by pointing at them and saying their full names, as if to reassure them that he remembers who they are.
He also seems rather preoccupied with maintaining his physical fitness, taking large amounts of dietary supplements and running ten miles every day.
If you see Ron Swanson, can you give him this message: You used to be a man! Look, I love you like a brother, but right now I hate you! We'll be happy together." But you're only thinking that because she's a monstrous parasite who entered through your privates and lodged herself in your brain. "I hope someday I can become half the woman you are." He's a man. I have taken a picture of every steak I've ever eaten there. Sweet and beautiful Ann has never been dumped before and Chris is such a positive person, when he broke up with her she just didn't realize it.
It's kind of understandable...although it does kind of make you wonder how good of a nurse she is.
"Soulmates" is the tenth episode of the American comedy television series Parks and Recreation's third season, and the 40th overall episode of the series.
In the episode, Leslie is disappointed when Ben rejects her romantic advances, and is surprised when she is matched with Tom in an online dating service.
He believes he will be the first person to live to 150.After Andy falls into a large construction pit next to her house and breaks his legs, Ann is inspired to attend parks and recreation meetings to advocate that the Sullivan Street Pit be filled in, which leads Ann to befriend Parks Deputy Director Leslie Knope.Eventually, after Andy's leg casts are removed, Ann learns he could have taken them off two weeks prior, but did not because he enjoyed being pampered and spoiled by Ann.Meanwhile, Ron and Chris have a cook-off to determine which is better: red or lean meat.
The episode was written by Alan Yang and directed by Ken Whittingham.Ron mentions that they will "be at each other's throats with warpaint on their faces and a pig head on a stick." This is a reference to the William Golding novel Lord of the Flies, in which kids stranded on an island begin to fight and kill each other.