Today's TV snacks include news about the man in charge of "The Office," the man in charge of the Pawnee parks department and bits about a couple midseason series. "Ofifce" showrunner Paul Lieberstein has signed a three-year overall deal with Universal Med more
Gentlemen, stop shaving. I mean it -- letting that facial hair grow is good for the environment!
Did you know that every time you shave, you're using about five gallons of water? Budweiser's "Grow One. Save a Million." campaign is growing awareness of t more
In an exclusive, videotaped interview with TV Fanatic, Nick Offerman cracked us up. Similarly, we can't help but laugh at a recent video released by Parks and Recreation that features Offerman's hilarious co-star, Rob Lowe. Is this, literally, the funnies more
With "Parks and Recreation" having ended its season last week, we are literally counting the days until it returns in the fall.OK, not literally. NBC hasn't set its fall premiere dates yet, and you can't start a countdown unless you know the endpoint (alt more
For a sitcom, the Parks and Recreation season finale sure dropped a few bombshells. One of the most outrageous moments involved a coif-singed, eyebrowless Ron Swanson being confronted by his ex-wife, Tammy Number-Two (played hilariously, as usual, by Nick more
Fast National ratings for Thursday, May 19, 2011The "American Idol" results show narrowed the pool from three to two, losing a fraction of last week's audience in the process, but still buoying FOX to win the night. "Bones" season finale was also down fro more
Last night's 'Parks and Recreation' season finale was a game-changer for the show. Something big happened to every major character in the last act of the last episode, setting up a Season 4 that will have a lot going on.
Both in my recap and in my colle more
And so we've come to the end of a fantastic third season of "Parks and Recreation." I interviewed Mike Schur about the season , and I have a review of these final two episodes coming up just as soon as it's double-coupon night at the s more