If NBC's Parks and Recreation has taught us anything, it's that 1.) jogging is the worst; 2.) at least once a year you have to treat yo self; and 3.) seven years from now, Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy will still be wildly popular.
In last night's series finale, we learned that even in the far-flung future of 2022, kids will still be dressing as Star-Lord for Halloween. As April (Aubrey Plaza) and Andy (Guardians of the Galaxy's Chris Pratt) role-play once again as Janet Snakehole and FBI Agent Burt Macklin, they're interrupted by a group of trick-or-treaters: a princess, a nerd, a witch and ... I don't know what some of those others are supposed to be. However, front and center is the perfectly placed Marvel Easter egg, a pint-sized Peter Quill.
I suppose it's safe to assume that, at least in the future-world of Parks & Rec (where Capt. Jack Sparrow is on Game of Thrones and Hitch spawned a sequel starring Jaden Smith), 2017's Guardians of the Galaxy 2 was another blockbuster of Marvel, leading to a third installment.