Leslie find herself on the judging panel of the Miss Pawnee Beauty Pageant, but has severe differences of opinion with the other panelists when it comes to selecting a winner. Watch & Discuss: Watch Parks & Recreation: Season 2, Episode 3 - 'Beauty Pageant'
Megan Mullally will guest star on Parks & Recreation , Rashida Jones tells TVGuide.com exclusively. The Will & Grace star will play the ex-wife of Amy Poehler's character's boss. "She's married to Nick Offerman, who plays Ron Swanson, but they play exes on the show," Jones said. Mullally is currently shooting her episode, which will air on Oct. 29. In last week's episode, Ron was incapacitated with a hernia. Could his ex-wife cause him similar pain? Mullally's recent broken wrist from a car accident hasn't slowed her down. On top of this guest stint, she's also shooting Party Down for Starz, and starring in the L.A.-based play, The Receptionist. Are you excited to have more Mullally on your TV? Source Here
Watch a preview of Parks & Recreation Season 2 Episode 3 "Beauty Pageant" which airs Thursday October 1 on NBC (8:30-9 PM ET). Episode Synopsis: Leslie (Amy Poehler) looks forward to picking a new Miss Pawnee, but has to battle the other judges, who have a very different standard of "the ideal woman." While on a date with Mark (Paul Schneider), Ann (Rashida Jones) learns that Andy (Chris Pratt) has been living in the pit. Aziz Ansari, Aubrey Plaza, and Nick Offerman also star. Source & Preview
NBC.com brings us two deleted scenes from Parks & Recreation 's ' The Stakeout .' Check out these very funny clips below, including a great one of Louis CK sharing his strategies for calming people down. Leslie and Tom discover an illegal substance in the community garden. NBC.com: The Stakeout - Clip One A few strategies for calming people down. NBC.com: The Stakeout - Clip Two
Check out a first look at Parks & Recreation "The Stakeout" which airs Thursday, September 24 on NBC (8:30-9 PM ET). Episode Synopsis: While tending to the new community garden, Leslie (Amy Poehler) and Tom (Aziz Ansari) discover someone has planted marijuana among the vegetables. In an effort to catch the people responsible, they pull an all-night stakeout. With Leslie's permission, Ann (Rashida Jones) decides to go on a date with Mark (Paul Schneider). Nick Offerman, Aubrey Plaza and Chris Pratt also star. Source & More Pics
Leslie decides to marry two penguins in order to promote the local zoo, but inadvertently causes a debate when both penguins turn out to be male. Meanwhile, Mark asks Ann to go see a movie with him. Watch & Discuss: Watch Parks & Recreation Season 2, Episode 1 - 'Pawnee Zoo'
Just in time for the Parks & Recreation Season 2 premiere tonight, Chris Pratt ("Andy") takes us behind the scenes of the show! NBC.com Video: Chris Pratt Goes Behind The Scenes Parks & Recreation returns tonight on NBC at 8:30/7:30c!
Watch a sneak peek of Parks & Recreation "Pawnee Zoo" which airs Thursday, September 17 on NBC (8:30-9 PM ET). Episode Synopsis: When Leslie (Amy Poehler) decides to marry two penguins to promote the local zoo, she inadvertently causes an uproar when both penguins turn out to be male. Meanwhile, Mark (Paul Schneider) puts Ann (Rashida Jones) in an awkward situation when he asks her to go see a movie. Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman, Aubrey Plaza and Chris Pratt also star. Source & Preview
On Parks & Recreation , Leslie meets April's boyfriend...and April's boyfriend's boyfriend. NBC.com Preview Clip: It's not that complicated! Parks & Recreation returns Thursday, Sept 17 at 8:30/7:30c on NBC! Photo courtesy of TVGuide.com
Eternally optimistic small town park director Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) spent the first season of NBC's " Parks & Recreation " working to transform a vast garbage-filled trench known as "the pit" into a family-friendly green space. Much like Leslie's steering committee, "Parks" has its own work ahead if it hopes to avoid falling into its own pit of TV oblivion. Read the full story: Starpulse.com - Amy Poehler & Aziz Ansari Talk About The New Season Of 'Parks And Recreation'