Because of how well the group gels, it’s often easy to forget how different they all are — and how many different worlds they’re each conquering outside of the show. All crammed into one series, we have: one of our top standups (Aziz Ansari), an otherworldly character actor (Nick Offerman), the lead from an unjustly canceled critical darling (Adam Scott), a straight woman who’s adept at keeping the show’s wackiness moments from becoming unrealistic (Rashida Jones), a mostly-dramatic actor in his biggest comedic role yet (Rob Lowe), a pair of blossoming young performers with big movie careers on the horizon (Aubrey Plaza, Chris Pratt), and an improv comedy pioneer (Amy Poehler). They’re like the Traveling Wilburys of comedy. Each of these performers is so good that, if they were on a different show, no matter how bad it was, I’d watch that show every week just to see them. For example, if Nick Offerman was playing the neighbor on the recently-axed Rob Schneider sitcom Rob, I’d have been watching Rob every week.