Steve Rogers is a local government employee (the deputy director of Parks and Rec) whose boundless optimism and tenacity is honestly the stuff of legends. The Parks and Rec department does the best they can under his watchful leadership, and he pursues projects with a dogged passion that no one else in his office understands
Bucky Barnes is a nurse who just wants the pit behind his house filled in, and so he goes to a town hall meeting, where Steve jumps on his request and decides to build a park on Lot 48.
Nick Fury is technically the director of the Parks and Rec department, but he vehemently opposes government in any form, especially because he can’t run all of it in the way he sees fit. He sits in his office, eats lots of meat, loves to hunt, and tries to ignore Steve as much as possible (without much success)
Tony Stark schedules everything and basically functions as Steve’s assistant, but he is an entrepreneur at heart and only in government for the connections. He does what Steve tells him some of the time, but he usually just rolls his eyes and does whatever he wants.
Natasha Romanoff is the perpetual intern who really doesn’t want to be there but doesn’t want to leave. She is eventually hired as Nick’s assistant, where she excels at keeping people away. She doesn’t understand the enthusiasm, but she goes along with it because why not.
Thor Odinson is the office manager, who is cultured and smart and always has perfect hair without even trying.
Clint Barton is always around P&R, even though he technically works as the shoeshine guy. He’s beloved by all but…not very good at a lot of things, though he always manages to surprise people when it counts.
Bruce Banner shares a lot of duties with Thor, but he is quiet, unassuming, and frequently the butt of everyone’s jokes because of it. Until he goes into a rage and scares the crap out of the whole office. He has a very happy life outside of work, and he is just ready to retire already.
Peggy Carter is a state auditor who is brought in to fix the financial difficulties the city faces. She was a political prodigy in her hometown, elected mayor at 18, but everything fell to pieces and she was impeached. She was never taken seriously after that, so she became an auditor and became rather prickly and pessimistic.
Sam Wilson, the other state auditor, is optimistic and vibrant, always there with a word of encouragement or a helping hand. He works alongside Peggy, and they balance each other out, making them a very effective team. He’s also extremely fit. Like, extremely.
(featuring T’challa as a city councilman who just…does his job and tries not to let the crazy people of the town get to him, Pepper Potts as a local business mogul who basically runs the town, Jane Foster as a brilliant local scientist, Alexander Pierce as a city councilman who tries to stop Steve at every turn, and Red Skull as a maniacal librarian who wreaks havoc at every turn)
Five agonizing minutes where April thought her world was crumbling down around her in one fell swoop.
She never ever took her eyes off her children, especially when they were out in public. Parks were no exception. She knew all about the creeps out there who made it their mission to scout out kids and abduct them, and she swore that if anyone ever tried to pull that crap around her, it would mean the end of them in the most grizzly fashion.
Now though, looking down at her phone for only two minutes because of some stupid weekend work e-mail seemed to be all the time needed for her children to disappear on her. Panic flared up in her chest like fire as she turned her head every which way, looking for Jack and Allie.
aries:"she's the worst person i've ever met. i want to travel the world with her."
taurus:“sometimes when you make an omelet you’ve gotta break a few eggs. what’s the alternative? no omelets at all? who wants to live in that kind of world? maybe birds. then all their babies would live.”
gemini:"i just slept seven hours, which is twice as long as i usually sleep, so i'm a little disoriented"
cancer:"i am not crying, okay? i’m allergic to jerks!"
leo:"i am big enough to admit that i am often inspired by myself."
virgo:"if i keep my body moving and my mind occupied at all times, i will avoid falling into a bottomless pit of despair"
libra:“yes, i’m a hunter… and, it’s 'you' season.”
scorpio:"i think i may have found a project i’d actually enjoy doing. helping these cats and dogs. they should be rewarded for not being people. i hate people."
sagittarius:"when life gives you lemons, you sell some of your grandma's jewelry, and you go clubbin'"
capricorn:"i don't even have time to tell you how wrong you are..... actually it's gonna bug me if i don't."
aquarius:"i’m a feminist, okay? i would never ever go to a strip club. i’ve gone on record that if i had to have a stripper’s name it would be Equality."
pisces:"leslie, i typed your symptoms into the thing up here and it says you could have network connectivity problems."