Some "Parks And Recreation" cast members may have let their Emmy snub slide, but Rashida Jones isn't one of them.
In an interview with THR, she expressed her annoyance with the Emmy voters' decision not to nominate "Parks" in the Best Comedy category.
"The thing that's just crazy is that it's clearly deserved, so it just makes them look crazy," she said.
Despite the lack of recognition and low ratings the NBC series has received throughout its four seasons, Jones admits it hasn't necessarily been a bad thing.
"It's brought us closer together," she told Rolling Stone. "Because we seriously, legitimately appreciate every single minute that we spend together, because we're always hearing that it might be limited, so we just go with it."
"Parks And Recreation" returns to NBC in the fall on Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. ET. For more on Jones, head over to THR.
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