On Parks and Recreation, Amy Poehler's Leslie Knope was obsessed with Vice President Joe Biden, who made a cameo in Season 5. Yet nearly five years after the series finale, co-creator Michael Schur thinks Leslie would be taken by another candidate this election cycle: Elizabeth Warren. Schur would not, however, give a definitive answer on whom Leslie would vote for. “I don't know what Leslie would think about him now, but, you know, I think she would still admire a lot of his sort of roll-up-your-shirtsleeves, fight-for-people kind of attitude,” Schur said of Biden in an interview with Buzzfeed News. “But I also think that Elizabeth Warren would be setting Leslie Knope’s hair on fire right now...Elizabeth Warren not only, I think, aligns with a lot of what Leslie believed in about the ability of the government when it's functioning well to affect people's lives for the better, but her whole thing is ‘I'm not just orating here, I've got a plan.' Leslie Knope loved a good binder and she loved a good plan and she loves a good road map. … If Leslie Knope ever did run for president, which we left sort of ambiguous in the show, ‘I've got a plan for that’ would totally have been her slogan. That's what she was all about.” Schur adds of Biden: “I think her love of Joe Biden came from two things: Number one, she was, like, rapaciously, sexually attracted to him. And number two, he had this really kind of plainspoken ... 'man of the people' quality. And, you know, I can't speak to his physical attractiveness now all these years later, 10 years after the pilot came out.” In March, before Biden entered the presidential race, Poehler said she thought Leslie would support Amy Klobuchar or Pete Buttigieg.