Cast of 'Parks and Recreation' Hang with Andrew Luck and Colts for NFL's Play 60

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterNovember 22, 2013

Seeing the Indianapolis Colts and the hilarious cast of Parks and Recreation together never gets old. 

SportsGrid's Jack O'Donnell spotted the posted video. It seems to be a snippet from the November 21 episode of the sitcom, which features the crazy characters taking over Lucas Oil Stadium. 

This isn't the first time that the cast and select stars from the Colts roster teamed up for some comedy gold. The male characters dropped by the stadium back in January. 

At the time, the characters were hanging with their football idols to fulfill some bachelor-party wishes.

This time around, the show is hoping to raise awareness for a great cause while bringing the laughs as it does each week during the season. 

IndyStar's David Lindquist has more on the episode entitled "Fluoride," which will air on Thursday night. According to the report, a portion of the episode was filmed on Sept. 30, just a day after the Colts' victory over the Jaguars in Jacksonville. 

In the 6-minute clip above, NBC shares behind-the-scenes views of Nick Offerman (who portrays Ron Swanson on the show) and cast mates interacting with Colts players Luck, Reggie Wayne (before his season-ending knee injury), Robert Mathis, Anthony Castonzo and Adam Vinatieri.

The entire fictional exchange helps to raise awareness for the very real Play 60 initiative, a program helping the youth of the nation get fitter with 60 minutes of exercise per day. 

In the video above, Andrew Luck welcomes a bunch of kids from Pawnee to the stadium, and Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) explains the impetus behind the scene. 

Of course, the best parts of the videos, and we won't spoil them, come with Ron Swanson's (Nick Offerman) exchange with Luck and Donna Meagle's (Retta) nonchalant attitude toward being hit on. 

Anytime the gang from Pawnee wants to drop by Lucas Oil Stadium, we are more than happy to watch it unfold. 

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