“They really tried, but it just wasn’t realistic anymore,” adds the source.

“They were spending more time apart than together.” Kroll is the first man Poehler has had a relationship with since she and Arnett, 45, split in September 2012 after nine years of marriage.

She hilariously noted how Nick cared so much that he’d wear earplugs to bed so he could sleep next to a major snorer. Us Weekly has an exclusive story about their breakup, which is being painted as a tale of competing schedules: The funny business is over for Amy Poehler and Nick Kroll.

The couple of two years have split, sources reveal exclusively in the new issue of Us Weekly.

The divorce petition, first reported on April 16th by People magazine, cites irreconcilable differences. Arnett is requesting joint legal and physical custody of their two sons. Arnett also told Details magazine that “going to the gym obsessively for eight, nine months was [his] way of dealing.” Arnett has not lost faith in marriage, though, telling Details in the same interview that he “certainly” still believes in the institution of marriage. Amy Poehler is reportedly romantically involved with Nick Kroll, who appears on “Parks and Recreation” as a shock jock named “The Douche.” The relationship began early last year.

The couple originally announced their separation to Us Weekly, 18 months ago in September 2012. Will Arnett has been linked with Katie Lee, the celebrity chef and ex-wife of Billy Joel. As far as life imitating art, Arnett’s character married Poehler’s on “Arrested Development” on a dare.

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Kroll is Poehler's first reported flame since she split with Arnett in September 2012 after nine years of marriage. Kroll has guest-starred several times on fans everywhere laugh during her stint on the show playing Lindsay Bluth, a delusional socialite and fake activist.

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