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Tina Fey's Daughter Loves Parks and Rec...but Not 30 Rock

Truth be told, Tina Fey is a little jealous of Amy Poehler. As she revealed on NBC's Late Night Wednesday, her 12-year-old daughter Alice Richmond prefers Poehler's Parks and...  ...Read More... http://www.eonline.com/news/885016/tina-fey-s-daughter-loves-parks-and-rec-but-not-30-rock?cmpid=rss-000000-rssfeed-365-tvnews&utm_source=eonline&utm_medium=rssfeeds&utm_campaign=rss_tvnews

Here’s Nick Offerman Trying Not to Laugh on the Set of Parks and Recreation

It has to be hard as anything not to laugh on a show that is known for some of the funniest scenes on TV. Nick Offerman fully admits that the hardest time he’s ever had on the show Parks and Recreation was to not crack a smile or bust up completely during takes. Considering all he had to go through on the show it had to be a heroic effort each and every time. Plus, the added stress of remembering the funny things that went on in other episodes when they were triggered by a single touch, word, or other memory couldn’t have made it any easier. READ MORE...

Chris Pratt and Aubrey Plaza Had an Adorable Parks and Rec Reunion

  We first met Chris Pratt and Aubrey Plaza on Parks and Rec as sweet dimwit Andy Dwyer and acerbic assistant April Ludgate. We grew to love them and watched with joy as they fell in love and got married and developed their alter-egos Burt Macklin and Janet Snakehole. The show ended in 2015, and by   ...Read More...   //www.tvguide.com/news/parks-and-rec-reunion-aubrey-plaza-chris-pratt/?rss=breakingnews

Parks and Recreation's Leslie Knope Is Still the Great Political Hope for Local Government Officials

There are worse political role models.   ...Read More... //www.vulture.com/2017/07/parks-and-recreations-leslie-knope-is-influencing-politics.html?utm_source=nym&utm_medium=f1&utm_campaign=feed-full

Parks and Recreation: At Least One Actor Is Ready for a Reunion

  Of all the comedic characters that carried Parks and Recreation through its seven, hilarious seasons, Jim O'Heir 's Jerry Gergich was perhaps the show's unsung hero -- for all his good-natured endurance of his co-workers' constant ribbing. And now the actor is ready to give the show another shot -- ... ...Read More...   //www.tvguide.com/news/parks-and-recreation-reunion-jim-oheir/?rss=breakingnews

Which Fictional TV Town Is Your Ideal Home?

Every fantasized about walking the streets of your favorite TV town? Maybe you'd grab a coffee at Luke's before meandering toward the Stars Hollow gazebo, or you'd dine on waffles after spending a morning enjoying Pawnee's parks. Or perhaps you'd stalk some blood-suckers in what's left of downtown Sunnydale — you do you. Just answer a few fun questions and we'll match you with your ideal fictional town.     If you're having trouble viewing the quiz, click here . Let us know what you got below! div.post p { text-align: justify; }

Parks & Rec alum OHeir takes drastic dark turn in black comedy

Jim OHeir, aka bumbling Jerry Gergich from NBCs Parks and Recreation, takes a darker path as the star of Middle Man, an award-winning black comedy opening Friday in select AMC theatres nationwide (including the AMC Empire 25 on West 42nd St.) and airing this fall on Netflix. In the movie, OHeir plays Lenny Freeman (below),...  ...Read More... //nypost.com/2017/06/08/parks-rec-alum-oheir-takes-drastic-dark-turn-in-black-comedy/

Chris Pratt Misses Parks and Recreation Family and Shares Hilarious Deleted Scene

Us too, Chris Pratt, us too. The actor took to Twitter Thursday to reminisce about his time on the show that made him famous, Parks and Recreation. Pratt played the hilarious...   ...Read More... //www.eonline.com/news/846641/chris-pratt-misses-parks-and-recreation-family-and-shares-hilarious-deleted-scene-?cmpid=rss-000000-rssfeed-365-tvnews&utm_source=eonline&utm_medium=rssfeeds&utm_campaign=rss_tvnews

'Alias' Writers Reunion, 'Parks and Rec' Added to ATX Festival Lineup

The creatives behind 'Grace and Frankie' will also appear on a panel. ...Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/kSYlHCh74kY/alias-writers-reunion-parks-rec-added-atx-lineup-971832

The Obamas' Greatest TV Moments

No first family has been as TV-friendly as the Obamas, who have appeared on daytime, primetime, and late-night shows — usually with an important policy or cause to promote and always down to have a good time. As Barack and Michelle Obama prepare to step away from the spotlight, let's look back at some of their most entertaining moments on television.   Evolution of Mom Dancing on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon The appearance was part of a wide promotional push for the Let's Move campaign, but all that matters is that the first lady of the United States did the Dougie.   Leslie Meets Michelle on Parks and Recreation Amy Poehler, flawless queen of comedy, did most of the work here, but Michelle Obama was a fairly natural and charismatic guest.   "Ew!" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon The first lady's appearance was enough to make up for Will Ferrell rocking a pre-teen girl's tank top.   POTUS Visits Between Two Ferns President Obama was surprisingly game and delivered a sick Hangover 3 burn.   Michelle Meets Elena on Billy on the Street Arguably the strangest choice the Let's Move team made was sending Michelle Obama into a supermarket with Big Bird and Billy Eichner. And Elena!   President Obama Gets Mean on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Searching for mean tweets directed at any major political figure can lead down a truly dark and depressing path, but Jimmy Kimmel's team always finds the right mix of rude and ridiculous.   Adam and Jamie Go to Washington on Mythbusters A president who's into science? What a delight.   POTUS Slow Jams the News on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Another mic drop.   FLOTUS Sings on The Late Late Show with James Corden The Let Girls Learn campaign saw Michelle Obama promoting a charity single featuring Missy Elliott, Janelle Monae, and Kelly Clarkson. So why not sing some karaoke with late-night TV's newest James?   Michelle Obama Hits CVS on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Ellen introduces the first lady to boxed wine. (We're all gonna need some soon.)   div.post p { text-align: justify; }