Play Who Said It: Was It Jim From The Office Or April From Parks And Rec?

Jim Halpert and April Ludgate remain two of the most beloved characters in sitcom history despite their television shows ending on television for many years now. The Office featured many great characters, but Jim was the main one meant to connect with the audience. A combination of lighthearted pranks and a genuine love for those he cared for made Jim a character significantly important to the show’s success. John Krasinski has been involved in many great television and film projects since then, but the role of Jim will always be the one fans attach him to for the rest of his time in the industry.

April had similar success on the hit show Parks & Recreation. She showcased a cold personality that would warm up in the rarest occasions for those to win us over. The ability to say cold things to those April cared about was how she impacted the show with a unique personality. Both Jim and April were known for having the best one-liners on their respective shows. We will test your knowledge as a sitcom fan when it comes to remembering each of them. Quotes will be showcased along with a small description. Play who said it between Jim from The Office and April from Parks & Recreation to find out your ranking as the ultimate sitcom fan!

Question 1

"My mom thinks you're too dumb to hang out with."

Jim and April each have had a few run-ins of awkward interactions with others. One of the two had a unique ending to a friendship in their childhood with this quote used to describe it. This story would return when seeing the old friend. Which character delivered this humorous quote?

Question 2

"The air is so fresh. It's disgusting."

The reaction to fresh air in the morning can be mixed depending on your lifestyle. Many people love it to appreciate the start of a beautiful day, but others are not morning people which makes the atmosphere less appealing. Did Jim or April find such strong displeasure with the fresh air?

Question 3

"I am the popular social networking site known as Bookface."

The Halloween edition of either The Office or Parks & Recreation created a scenario in which a beloved character dressed as “Bookface.” This was a self-made costume by either April or Jim meant to deliver dry humor without dressing up for the holiday. Did Jim or April deliver this line?

Question 4

"Having a baby is exhausting - having two babies, now that's just mean."

Jim and April each would get involved in relationships on their respective shows. The story of Jim and Pam was the heart of The Office. Andy and April became a surprise couple on Parks & Recreation as a huge part of the show. One of the two made a funny comment about having babies. Which delivered this line?

Question 5

"The only things I like are dogs, sleeping late and weird birthmarks."

Both characters were known for their inability to get along with certain other people on the show. One of the two said this quote about the few things in life they did manage to enjoy. Did Jim from The Office or April from Parks & Recreation to deliver this funny quote?

Question 6

"I declare that everything you are saying is stupid."

Jim and April were each responsible for shutting down some of their peers. Dwight was the target of Jim’s prank jokes. April could not stand Ann despite a bond developing between the two later in the season. One of the two made a comment here declaring everything someone else was saying was stupid. Who said this quote?

Question 7

"Tomorrow I can tell you what a great boss you turned out to be. Best boss I ever had."

One constant between Jim and April is their relationship with their bosses. Michael Scott annoyed Jim for seasons until he won Jim over. The same happened with Leslie Knope becoming a mentor for April later in the show. Which of these characters showed such love for their boss with this quote?

Question 8

"I really only listen to, like, German reggae, Halloween sound effects from the 1950s, and Bette Midler. Obviously."

The music preference of a character is featured in the quote here. Either Jim from The Office or April from Parks & Recreation referenced their favorite genres of music with the unique choices given in this comment. Which character has such a varied taste of specific sounds shown in this quote?

Question 9

"I am about to do something very bold in this job that I've never done before: Try."

Jim and April each had the reputation of slacking off at the job. Many episodes from both shows featured them trying to put off work to engage in fun hijinks with their co-workers or against their co-workers. Which of them was the one to provide this meaningful quote about trying?

Question 10

"I don't understand the desire to push sweet potato fries on me. I just want regular fries."

Sweet potato fries have become an appetizer growing in popularity at many restaurants. The trend started during the era of The Office and Parks & Recreation each airing on NBC. Jim or April clearly did not like this change from the regular fries. Which character said this quote about sweet potato fries?

Question 11

"Time is money. Money is power. Power is pizza. Pizza is knowledge. Let's go."

Pizza is among the universal choices of foods loved by everyone. Jim or April decided to use it in a context that helped prioritize their work time. The humorous quote was said in the workplace to get everyone working. Which of these two characters used pizza at the ultimate inspiration?

Question 12

"I don't want to do things. I want to not do things."

Procrastination is a strong part of both Jim Halpert and April Ludgate on their respective sitcoms. One of the two dropped this quote that many viewers associated with when it comes to a day at work. Which of these beloved characters was responsible for this quote that was shared by many fans the following day?

Question 13

"Justice Beaver is a crime fighting beaver."

Jim and April each enjoyed having fun at the expense of some of their rivals at work. Someone did not know much about pop singer Justin Bieber and thought the reference was to Justice Beaver. One of the characters delivered this quote in response to keep up the charade. Did Jim or April say this quote?

Question 14

"I don't mean to brag, but New Year's Eve - I was home by nine."

New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest partying nights of the year. However, not everyone wants to stay up until the ball drops in Times Square. Either Jim or April bragged with this quote about getting home early in the evening to avoid the big crowds. Who said this quote?

Question 15

"I think we can agree all wine tastes the same, and if you spend more than $5 on wine, you're stupid."

The various prices and tastes in wine can lead to different experiences with it. This quote showed that Jim or April had a strong opinion about the quality of wine despite the price and presentation. The hilarious quote is a popular one for fans of this show. Which character said it?

Question 16

"I've always subscribed to the idea that if you really want to impress your boss, you go in there and you do mediocre work, half-heartedly."

The slacker mentality of both Jim and April each led to them wanting to do the bare minimum to remain employed for most of their respective series. One of the two had this funny line about their approach to working and progressing in their field. Which character made this comment?

Question 17

"I didn't win, but at least I didn't make any new friendships."

April Ludgate and Jim Halpert each had their moments of wanting to avoid friendships with certain other characters. One of the two dropped this hilarious comment referencing their lack of disappointing in losing at something while taking a victory in not making any new friends. Which character said this quote?

Question 18

"If you ever watch a sad movie, you have to wear mascara so we can see whether or not you’ve been crying."

Both Jim and April enjoyed putting their rivals in uncomfortable situations with pranks and funny comments. One of the two made a comment about wanting someone to wear eyeliner so it would run when they cried during a sad movie. Did Jim or April deliver this memorable quote to a fellow character on their show?

Question 19

"Everything I have I owe to this job. This stupid, wonderful, boring, amazing job."

The dislike for the job was a constant part of the story for each Jim and April during their time on their shows. They each started to find appreciation for the job due to all the positive things they found from love to friendships to self-growth on their journey. Who said this quote?

Question 20

"Why does everything have to be cloaked in like 15 layers of irony?"

Sarcasm was a strong suit of both Jim and April throughout their histories on their shows. One of them however lost their patience with some others that were too jaded for them. This character was upset at the amount of irony showcased in the statements from the others involved. Did Jim or April say this quote?

Question 21

"Bears. Beets. Battlestar Galactica."

This quote is a memorable one for fans of the show to this day. Jim or April decided to have fun at the expense of the interest of another character. This quote joked at the rival’s passion of bears, beets and the television series Battlestar Galactica. Which character said this quote?

Question 22

"Not enough? You are everything."

Despite the snarky and sarcastic sides of both Jim and April, they each had their sweet moments in their shows. Jim’s love of Pam and April’s love of Andy each showcased just how much love they possessed behind it all. One of them reminded their love interest how much they meant to them. Which character said this?

Question 23

"I love games that turn people against each other."

The quote featured here was said when a character enjoyed a game that went down between the various people on this show. Jim or April had fun at everyone turning on each other to make the game a bigger deal in the overall scheme of things. Which character loved how the game turned out?

Question 24

"Oh, my boss is singing Closing Time."

The song Closing Time by Semisonic became popular in the late 90s with a lot of coverage on MTV and VH1. One of the shows featured a boss character wasting time by singing the song at the end of the work week. Was it Jim or April to deliver this quote about another character singing Closing Time?

Question 25

"She's the cold, distant mother I never had. I love her."

Jim or April found another character on the show that became a unique figure in their line. This quote showed that they viewed the person here as a mother without the love and support. It was a comedic comment in the context of the show. Which character delivered this quote?

Question 26

" Wow you've really embraced the whole Bond villain aesthetic."

One of the two characters here had a great comment about a rival’s portray. Jim or April referenced another character developing a persona like a villain from the classic James Bond movies. It was a clever joke to make them look silly for their demeanor here. Did Jim or April say this quote?

Question 27

"Oh my God. I've been playing zombie soccer for the past two hours?"

Jim and April each tried to find unique ways to pass the time during boring days at the job. One of the two played a zombie soccer video game that apparently took up more of their time than they expected. Was it to Jim or April to say this quote?

Question 28

"There's no noise allowed on Mondays."

Mondays are the toughest days of the week for most of us. The end of the weekend and the return to work or school is never a fun transition. Jim or April referenced this by attempting to create a unique rule about Monday each week. Which character was the one to say this quote?

Question 29

"I just needed you to know. Once."

An emotional moment for Jim or April featured this quote coming out when expressing their love for another person on the show. The quote stands out as one of the most emotional moments in the history of the show featuring this character. Did Jim or April have this important quote?

Question 30

"Horizons are dumb. Never broaden your horizons."

The demotivational moments from Jim and April each featured them having quotes like this in their shows. One of the two had a bold claim about not broadening their horizons and trying to stick to what they know. Which of the two characters was the one to say this quote?

Question 31

"I am a black belt in gift wrapping."

The unique art of gift wrapping is a skill either Jim or April had in their show. This person showcased their ability to wrap presents with ease and efficiency. It specifically is a trait we would love to have during the holiday or birthday occasions. Which character had this amazing skill?

Question 32

"I wasn't listening, but I strongly disagree."

The dry humor of both Jim and April each paid off with amazing quotes throughout The Office and Parks & Recreation each. One of the two clearly showed it here by referencing they disagreed with another character despite not even listening to them. Did Jim or April deliver this funny quote?

Question 33

"That's my favorite part of Christmas - the authority."

Holiday episodes of sitcoms usually feature funny episodes and themes. However, one of the two characters in question here had a sarcastic take on their favorite part of Christmas. It was said to make fun at another character with power. Did Jim or April deliver this quote to one of their rivals?

Question 34

"You don't add up."

Jim and April each always had great retorts to the peers at their workplace that tried to go word for word with them. One of the two dropped a quote with the dry humor line of saying another person didn’t add up when they were criticized. Which character said this quote?

Question 35

"This is so sad. This is the smallest amount of power I've ever seen go to someone's head."

A character in one of the two sitcoms here received a small bit of power in an episode. It led to a quote from either April or Jim calling out the other character for using that power. Did Jim or April say this quote about another character finding an unnecessary ego boost?

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