Leslie tries to be a voice of reason when a minor scandal gets blown out of proportion, while Tom attempts to wow a love interest, and Ben strongly encourages Ron to prepare his last will and testament.
Everything about this episode, like Ben’s heart and butt, is in the right place.
We can definitely get you sorted.
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Cute episode! The basic premise was simple. As Pawnee and Eagleton merge, Leslie pairs up the Eagletonians with their counterparts from Pawnee in the government so that they can figure out each oth...
Even though Eagleton is done (or Dunn) I can’t help but still hate it. One of the best parts of Pawnee is that although the residents are crude, dumb, and unwilling to change, they’re part of the b...
Attention: Eagleton is now under martial law! Oh, wait, never mind: It’s just that Eagleton technically no longer exists, and Pawnee and its former foe are one for the first time since 1817. It’s just like those good old days, exce more
This episode was basically perfection. This season has had an exceptionally strong start. I didn't think that things could get better than Leslie's digs at Eagleton last week and hearing about their budgetary concerns, but bringing in more Eagleto more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Doppelgangers," the October 10 episode of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," in which Sam Elliott, Billy Eichner and June Diane Raphael guest star as Eagleton parks department staffers. Re more
Parks and Recreation season 6 episode 4 “Doppelgangers” airs Thursday, October 10 2013 on NBC (8:00-8:30 p.m. ET).
Episode Synopsis: Parks and Recreation season 6 episode 4 “Doppelgangers”– Leslie (Amy Poehle more