Check out a first look at Justin Theroux who will guest star on PARKS AND RECREATION "Leslie's House" Season 2 Episode 14 which airs Thursday January 21 on NBC (8:30-9 PM ET). Episode Synopsis: After an amazing date with Justin (guest star Justin Theroux) in Indianapolis, Leslie (Amy Poehler) tries to impress him with a dinner party at her house. Rashida Jones, Paul Schneider, Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman, Chris Pratt and Aubrey Plaza also star. Source & Photos
Check out a first look at Will Arnett who will guest star on PARKS AND RECREATION "The Set Up" Season 2 Episode 13 which airs Thursday January 14 on NBC (8:30-9 PM ET). Episode Synopsis: Ann (Rashida Jones) sets Leslie (Amy Poehler) up on a blind date with a co-worker (guest star Will Arnett), which does not go as well as Leslie hoped. An old friend of Ann's (guest star Justin Theroux) makes Mark (Paul Schneider) feel insecure. Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman, Aubrey Plaza and Chris Pratt also star. Source & More Photos
Amy Poehler will be reunited with her real-life husband Will Arnett on "Parks and Recreation". The couple who once shared screen as lovers on " Arrested Development " will play dating couple on "Parks". Ann sets Leslie up on a blind date with a co-worker (Arnett), which does not go as well as Leslie hoped. Beside Arnett, there will also be an appearance from Justin Theroux, actor as well as the writer of " Tropic Thunder " and the upcoming " Iron Man 2 ". An old friend of Ann's (Theroux) makes Mark feel insecure. The episode is called "The Set Up" and will air on January 14. Five clips, compiled in one player, are unveiled as previews. Leslie needs a lawyer so Ann offers to ask her friend Justin for an assistant and she finally meets him. Ron announces that he needs an assistant and asks April's help. Leslie goes on a date with Chris and he later gives her an MRI. Source & Video
While Parks and Recreation has gotten funnier and funnier over the course of season two, some fans have one complaint about the sitcom: Not enough Mark Brendanawicz! Fortunately, Mike Schur told Entertainment Weekly that this will soon change. Even hinting at a Leslie/Mark romance, he said: We have some big shifts for Mark during the second half of the season, career-wise and romantically. We don't necessarily have specific places we're going with every different relationship. We just follow what's interesting. "I don't think that the final chapter has been written in the Mark and Leslie saga, but that doesn't necessarily mean that they're going to get together. It might just mean that the feelings bubble up in one way or another at some point.' Source Here
Watch a sneak peek of PARKS AND RECREATION "Christmas Scandal" Season 2 Episode 12 which airs Thursday December 10 on NBC (8:30-9 PM ET). Episode Synopsis: Leslie (Amy Poehler) designs the Pawnee Winter Wonderland Festival, but has to hide from the press when a meeting with a disgraced Councilman lands her in the middle of a sex scandal. Meanwhile, Ron (Nick Offerman) offers to cover for Leslie for the day, and quickly discovers how much work she really does. Aziz Ansari, Rashida Jones, Aubrey Plaza and Chris Pratt also star. Source & Preview
Poor Leslie. Not ever seems to work out for the Parks and Recreation crew. While trying to plan a lovely Pawnee Winter Wonderland Festival, Leslie is going to get caught in the middle of a political sex scandal on this week's episode, "Christmas Scandal." Luckily, Ron will have to run the Parks department in her abscence and will finally realize just how much work Leslie does. We have some episode stills from the upcoming episode that are guaranteed to make you smile and excited for Thursday. Source & More Photos
Watch a sneak peek of PARKS AND RECREATION "The Fourth Floor" Season 2 Episode 11 which airs Thursday December 3 on NBC (8:30-9 PM ET). Episode Synopsis: After Leslie (Amy Pohler) finds out that Tom (Aziz Ansari) is getting a divorce, the department takes him out on the town to cheer him up. Meanwhile, Andy (Chris Pratt) tries to hustle Mark (Paul Schneider) in a game of pool. Rashida Jones, Nick Offerman, and Aubrey Plaza also star. Source & Preview
As fearless bureaucrat Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation, Amy Poehler usually has her hands full with her day job. Behind-the-scenes, Poehler is much more of a multi-tasker. Besides starring in the NBC comedy, the Emmy nominee returned to her old SNL Weekend Update stomping grounds this fall, and she is also raising her first child, 13-month-old Archie, with hubby Will Arnett. How does she do it? To find out, TVGuide.com turned to Poehler, who also discusses her blossoming series, her relationship with fellow NBC star Tina Fey and whether she'll appear on her best friend's show. To Read More Click Here .
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On Saturday night, The Paley Center for Media hosted a panel for the cast and creators of NBC's Parks and Recreation. Amy Poehler, Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman, Paul Schneider and Aubrey Plaza held court along with series creators Michael Schur and Greg Daniels (The Office). IGN TV was there to get an inside look at the hilarious spirit of this sophomore surprise. Season 1 of Parks and Recreation, which was just 6 episodes, was received politely (perhaps even coldly) but it also came with ton of comparisons to its bigger, more famous brother, The Office. Everyone is in agreement these days that Parks has not only gotten a hell of a lot funnier, but it often stands out as the funniest NBC offering on Thursdays. What's been the difference maker? Did the series just need time to breathe? "Like a fine wine," Poehler smiled, "I always knew this show was complex and needed to open up a little bit. I like to think that the show needed to decant." Poehler went on to say that she felt that enough time had passed where the viewers felt like they could attach themselves to the characters a bit more. "People are starting to care about the people on the show," Poehler stated. "It was always our intention that the show be funny, but also a show where you actually wanted to see what happened to the characters." Poehler said that the internal tweaks that they made to the show were fairly small and were just little creative ways to figure out how to include everyone on the show. To Read More Click Here .