In an episode that was even stronger than the first one that aired last night, Leslie got unceremoniously booted out of office, fell into a drunken funk, and then rebounded with pride and grace. "Recall Vote" didn't pull any punches when it more
Due to the ineptitude of NBC and its scheduling decisions, Parks and Recreation finally returned from it hiatus last night with a double feature, back to back episodes entitled “Filibuster” and “Recall Vote,” respective more
Perd breaks the news of the night: “Leslie Knope has been decisively removed from office.” Leslie thought it would be a close call. Nope. Just, she lost. The end. T-minus 30 days till unemployment. Wow.
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If I have learned anything about the way our nation functions, it is this: When you filibuster, it’s all about the footwear.
Exhibit A: Wendy Davis, whose eleven-hour filibuster in Texas to block a bill that would place even more re more
Tv Guide Breaking News
13:31 EST, 21 Nov, 2013News
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Parks and Recreation . Read at your own risk!]
Surprise, surprise! Leslie Knope has been recalled from office!
Parks and Recreation shocked viewers on Thursday night aft more
?As "Parks and Recreation" returned with two brand-new episodes on Thursday (Nov. 14) after a a brief hiatus, fans got the results of Leslie Knope's (Amy Poehler) recall election they've been waiting for, though not exactly the ones they more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Filibuster" and "Recall Vote," the November 14 episodes of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," in which Leslie fights to keep voters enfranchised, then waits for their results. Re more
Give Me My Remote
13:06 EST, 21 Nov, 2013News
PARKS AND RECREATION is finally back on our televisions tonight (look, any hiatus is too long in my book), and we’re getting rewarded with back-to-back episodes. And since the comedy has been off the air for a few weeks, that also means the show is more