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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The day we have all been waiting for is finally upon us. The one voice that America has so desperately needed throughout the turmoil of the 2016 election season has finally spoken. Leslie Knope, an employee of the U.S. Department of the Interior, Midwest Branch, has finally broken her silence....
CHAPPAQUA. Hillary went hiking today and my heart is broken. FEELS. Barbara Boxer and Chelsea Handler get emotional about Hillary’s loss. Said Handler, “As a woman it feels so sexist, and I guess the message I want to spread out to…...Show More Summary
Image via NBC Parks and Recreation is a show not many knew what to make of at first. In its first season, it seemed like something of a ripoff of The Office. And why wouldn’t it? It was co-created by Greg Daniels, one of the men behind...Show More Summary
Let's be real: Leslie Knope is a true American hero. You may have seen some of her work on Parks and Recreation, one of the best sitcoms of all time, or perhaps you just know of her excellent work for the actual Parks and RecreationShow More Summary
Leslie Knope is often inspired by other women, but none more so than Hillary Clinton. She keeps a photo of Hillary in her office, and looks to her for the answers as she works for the Department of the Interior, Midwest Branch, in Pawnee, Indiana, the greatest town in the world. Show More Summary
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What would Leslie Knope do? NOTE: This is reprinted from Yahoo!, where it originally appeared today, thanks to a former writer for NBC's Parks and Recreation. The following is a letter from Leslie Knope, who works for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Midwest Branch, in her hometown of Pawnee, Indiana. She believes that optimism defeats […]
Although Parks and Recreation ended in 2015, the recent presidential race has made the beloved NBC sitcom feel timelier than ever, with many comparing heroine Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) to Hillary Clinton, and Leslie's one-time political rival Bobby Newport (Paul Rudd) to Donald Trump. Show More Summary
Beloved fictional character Leslie Knope has written to America from beyond the grave of television cancellation to counsel the country in wake of Donald Trump’s victory. Knope, as played by Amy Poehler, was an optimistic, go-getter who had big dreams and grand plans for her small Indiana community...
We're still healing from the biggest upset in political history, with many shocked citizens unable to wrap their heads around just how Donald Trump managed to win the presidency. And with so many like-minded people feeling confused and angry over Hillary Clinton's defeat, the Democratic nominee's biggest (fictional) supporter — Parks and Recreation's Leslie Knope — [...]
It’s safe to say many of us are still reeling in a fugue state of uncertainty and upset. But as we begin to shake off the torpor of grief, the next step is seeking out voices who can help outline a path forward. To that end, Vox published...Show More Summary
Leslie Knope has Some Wise Words on the Election Pawnee, Indiana's own Leslie Knope is as insightful as she always is. (If only she were real.) Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
It has been over a year since "Parks and Recreation" ended its run on NBC, but its duty-bound main character, Leslie Knope (played by Amy Poehler), is back to offer some comfort for those Americans who are saddened by the 2016 election...Show More Summary