Dan Snierson
April 24, 2014 AT 12:00 PM EDT

[SPOILER ALERT: Do not read this story until you have watched tonight’s season finale of Parks and Recreation.]

So… that happened. Or will happen three years from now.

Parks and Recreation concluded its sixth season in grand style, with a monster concert that unified two towns, a final decision from Leslie on the National Parks Service job… but with a twist (as in she twisted Grant’s arm into letting her move the regional office to Pawnee), and a shocking jump three years into the future, where we saw Jon Hamm pop up as the world’s worst National Parks employee (Yes, worse than Jerry. Er, Larry. Um, Terry) and those not-yet-born triplets were already little people.

Use the comments section below to voice your opinion on Parks‘ biggest and boldest season finale yet, and click here for an in-depth Q&A with executive producer Michael Schur, who explains how he and the writers came up with the futuristic reveal and what it means for Leslie, Ben, and everyone else next season.

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