Can Michelle ObamaMichelle ObamaObama and Trump haven’t talked since inauguration For Democrats, no clear leader Obama reportedly spending a month in French Polynesia MORE help Leslie Knope fight obesity in Pawnee, Ind.?
Viewers can find out in the season finale of "Parks and Recreation."
A running gag in the sitcom, which stars Amy Poehler as an ambitious and optimistic deputy parks director, is that the quirky town is plagued by a sedentary, unhealthy lifestyle and ranks fourth in obesity nationwide.
Michelle Obama's “Let's Move!” initiative to fight childhood obesity could be the perfect incentive for the town.
Storylines in the past have included Poehler's character combating Sweetums, an unhealthy candy company that rules the town, and arguing against enormous soft drink offerings.
“First Lady Michelle Obama must have heard we're #4 in obesity ... She's coming to #ParksandRec for our season finale on April 24!” the show posted on its official Facebook page.
Poehler introduced the first lady earlier this week at an event with the Boys and Girls Club and the National Parks and Recreation Association.
Obama isn't the first political figure to appear in the half-hour comedy. When the show traveled to Washington, D.C., in its season five premiere, Sens. John McCainJohn McCainDemocrats step up calls that Russian hack was act of war McCain: Trump admin must fill State Dept. jobs McCain says he hasn't met with Trump since inauguration MORE (R-Ariz.) and Barbara BoxerBarbara BoxerAnother day, another dollar for retirement advice rip-offs Carly Fiorina 'certainly looking at' Virginia Senate run Top Obama adviser signs with Hollywood talent agency: report MORE (D-Calif.) and then-Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) made cameos, and Poehler's fictional character even had a brief encounter with her longtime celebrity crush, Vice President Biden.