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Leslie Knope finds love, inspires women everywhere, is awesome By Molly McGowan “If I be waspish, best beware my sting.” The post In Praise of the Shrew: On Leslie Knope Finding Love appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Most of us know a holiday enthusiast: someone who bakes like Nigella, decorates like Buddy the Elf, carols like Scully of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and gives gifts like Leslie Knope. They are hardcore about the holidays, so only the most magical, unexpected, over-the-top, and tasteful holiday swag will do. Show More Summary
Whoever suggested that Leslie Knope embezzled funds needs to go and have a long think about what they did. SEE ALSO: Michael Fassbender and James Corden almost defeated by an inanimate door Adam Scott and Ben Schwartz, a.k.a Ben Wyatt...Show More Summary
Summary: For seven seasons, fans watched Leslie Knope shine in NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.” If you wish you could make that kind of difference in your PR agency, there’s good news: You can.
They're back! Four former stars of NBC's Parks and Recreation had a beautiful reunion this week; Amy Poehler (Leslie Knope), Chris Pratt (Andy Dwyer) and Retta (Donna Meagle)...
There are many things I want in life but the only one that seems to matter right now is this: Leslie Knope, star of NBC’s Parks & Rec, existing in real life and being my best friend. Read more »
Now your office desk can have its very own Leslie Knope. Read more...
Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) stands onstage during a debate in an episode of Parks & Recreation. At the podium beside her is her competitor for City Council, Bobby Newport (Paul Rudd), a dipshit whose unpreparedness for office is outmatched only by his inherited wealth. Show More Summary
Is she president? Knope. Following the “Parks and Recreation” finale in 2015, the popular thought on everyone’s mind was that Leslie Knope (played by Amy Poehler) became president. It seemed like a perfect ending. Leslie said her goal was to become president of the United States. Show More Summary
Every city needs a Leslie Knope. Lauren McLean keeps Boise booming.
Watch out, Leslie Knope: There’s a new star gift-giver in town. In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the Late Show host mentions that he gave his now-iconically bearded predecessor David Letterman a particularly special Christmas gift. “Before I even started the show, I was like ‘Okay, where do ... More »
No disrespect intended to Ya Heard? With Perd! or The Johnny Karate Super Awesome Musical Explosion Show, but we may have found the next best thing on non-regional television. Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson — er, sorry, Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman — will be hosting a new crafting competition ... More »
What’s Galentine’s Day? Oh, it’s only the best day of the year. Blake Lively took a page out of Leslie Knope’s book and helped throw a massive party on Monday during New York Fashion Week in honor of her best girlfriends. In fact, the...Show More Summary
Monday's the day to celebrate the best unofficial holiday made just for women: Galentine's Day. And for that, we thank our lady of Parks and Recreation, Leslie Knope.
Galentine's Day, officially created by the beloved Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) from NBC's Parks and Recreation, is a way to honor the women in your life and expand the impact of this heart-filled holiday. In this now-infamous episodeShow More Summary
It's only the best day for best girlfriends, the whole year over. Let us all embrace our inner Leslie Knope and grab the Ann (or several Anns) in our lives and hit the February 13 brunch circuit. For those uninitiated, Galentine's Day...Show More Summary
Parks and Recreation hasn't been on the air since February of 2015, but its main character Leslie Knope wasn't about to stay silent as America elected Donald Trump to be the president. She wrote a letter to America (or rather, a former Parks & Rec staff writer wrote it for her). Show More Summary
Leslie Knope, the fictional character and protagonist of NBC’s comedy Parks and Recreation, has written an open letter to America regarding President-elect Donald Trump—who she calls a “giant, farting T-Rex”—and his staggering victory. Knope,...Show More Summary
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