Seriously,whatifLeslieKnope(AmyPoehler)tookatriptoBrooklynNine-Nine‘sBrooklynafterleavingParkandRecreation‘sPawnee,Indiana?HowwouldsheinteractwithDetectiveJakePeralta(AndySamberg)andtherestoftheprecinct?Despitetheirbeingattwodifferentstations,THR rightfullypointsoutthatbothshowssharecreatorandexecutiveproducer MikeSchur.
"The dream really would be for Leslie Knope to show up," said the Fox comedy's star. read more
We haven't yet seen Leslie and Ben's toddler triplets on Parks and Recreation this season, so this deleted scene from last week's episode will have to do. As it turns out, Leslie's parenting strategy involves a lot of savvy political maneuvering — a tendency she shares with her husband, to her... More »
Dolly Parton, Ellen's new design show, like fifteen stories about cats, misandry, women on submarines and so much more!
This show seems determined to end the series in a puddle of our tears.
On last night's Parks and Recreation, Leslie and Ron finally ended their feud — but it wasn't easy. It took an overnight lock-in in their old offices to finally get to the root of their estrangement, and while Leslie was eager to get everything out in the open, Ron was …... More »
Everyone is looking for some form of advice. We as humans will turn to our favorite authors, politicians and directors for inspiration on how to live, love, and find our purpose in life. The Wall Street Journal has decided to collect the wisdom of six people they’ve dubbed “luminaries” on the topic of youth. … Read More
Parks and Recreation will air its series finale next month, and it's time to ask: Which character tic will you miss the most from the beloved show? Ron's respect for bacon and woodworking? Tom's slew of small-business ideas and food nicknames? Donna's aspirational "Treat Yo'self" mantra? How about the wisdom... More »
Previously on The Best Sitcom Episodes Of The Last 25 Years: Leslie Knope voted for love, Robin Sparkles went to the mall, everybody hated food stamps, and a number of merry mix-ups were avoided and/or exploited for comedic potential. Show More Summary
From our friends at Hypable.The "Parks and Recreation" Season 7 premiere last night (Jan. 13) meant it's the beginning of the end of our relationship with feminist goddess Leslie Knope.There's a lot to love about"Parks and Recreation":...Show More Summary
"Parks and Recreation" kicked off its final season up from last season's premiere. But the return of Leslie Knope (played by Amy Poehler) and her cohorts didn't lure more viewers than CBS' Tuesday night lineup.
Within the first five minutes of "2017," the premiere of the seventh and final season of NBC's Parks and Recreation, Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) has already called someone a, "stupid garbage-head doo doo-face." Hyperbole is Knope's bellwether;...Show More Summary
Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) and Ben Wyatt (Adam Scott) have defied the sitcom odds by maintaining a romantic relationship for almost four uninterrupted seasons without becoming boring or stale. As "Parks and Recreation" heads into its finale season on Tuesday (Jan. Show More Summary
John McCain will be back for the seventh and final season of Parks and Recreation. McCain, who appeared in a brief cameo with Amy Poehler's character, Leslie Knope, in the fifth season premiere, will have more scenes with Poehler—as well as Aubrey Plaza, who plays April Ludgate—in a...
We're on the cusp of the seventh and final season of Parks and Recreation, so it's time to remember one of Leslie Knope's enduring obsessions: Ben Wyatt's butt. The good people at TV Guide have put together a supercut of all the times that people (mostly Leslie) have talked about... More »
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It’s the end of an era, to be sure, and the “Parks and Recreation” team is going out with a futuristic bang. The first trailer for the hit NBC series’ final season follows Leslie Knope, Tom Haverford ( Aziz Ansari), Ron Swanson and the...Show More Summary
When Parks and Recreation aired its sixth season finale last April, the final few minutes contained a major surprise. The fictional world of Pawnee, Indiana had skipped three years into the future with Leslie Knope and Ben Wyatt's triplets running around the freshly-remodeled office. Show More Summary
The year 2017: where everyone is two years older, skies are filled with drones, and Leslie Knope is President. Ok, maybe not that last one. But in season 7 of NBC's Parks and Recreation we'll know all the goings on of our favorite characters in the year 2017. Read more...
We’ll be seeing more of Jon Hamm’s Ed, the most incompetent person Leslie Knope ever worked with, in the seventh and final season of Parks And Recreation. Hamm appeared in the last minute of season six’s final episode, got fired, and thanked Leslie for “the literally hundreds of opportunities” she gave him. Show More Summary