'Parks And Recreation' Emmy Snub: Rashida Jones, Ben Schwartz React

07/19/2012 05:23 pm ET | Updated Jul 19, 2012

"Parks & Recreation" was left off the Emmy nomination list in key categories and the stars -- and fans -- aren't too pleased.

Amy Poehler scored two nominations for the series, one for lead actress, the other for writing an episode of "Parks & Rec." Mike Schur picked up a nomination for writing "Win, Lose or Draw," the webisodes for April (Aubrey Plaza) and Andy's (Chris Pratt) road trip were nominated and the series received another nomination for sound mixing. But "Parks & Recreation" didn't make the cut for Outstanding Comedy Series and none of the other actors received nominations.

Rashida Jones, who plays Ann on the NBC series, took to Twitter and tackled the snub.

Meanwhile, Ben Schwartz, who plays Jean-Ralphio on "Parks," tweeted about Nick Offerman not receiving a nomination for his work as Ron Swanson.

See what fans are saying about the "Parks & Rec" snub below.

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