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'Parks and Rec' alum Retta will host the 'Orphan Black' panel at Comic-Con

It doesnt all have to be so grave for the clones of Orphan Black. On Tuesday, BBC America announced that the shows panel at San Diego Comic-Con will be hosted by none other than Parks and Recreation star Retta, treat yo self expert,purveyor of fine leather goods, and a self-...   Read More... //feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/NNWN_VKbh64/parks-and-rec-alum-retta-will-host-orphan-black-panel-comic-con

Parks and Recreations Season 7 Gag Reel Is a Gassy, Touching Joy

  As they say, a TV show dies twice: First when it has its finale, and then when its final bloopers emerge on the internet. So without further ado, here are the bloopers for Parks and Recreation 's seventh and final season. You will learn more than you'll ever want to know about Chris Pratt's butt. Also, just as a warning, things get misty when they start showing everyone's series wrap. The gag reel might as well be named Farts and Re-cry-ation.   Read More...   //www.vulture.com/2015/06/parks-and-recreations-season-7-gag-reel.html

Parks and Recreaction's Retta Lands Girlfiends' Guide to Divorce Arc

The ladies of Girlfiends Guide to Divorce are about to treat themselves. Parks and Recreation alumna Retta will recur on Season 2 of the Bravo original series as Barbara, a conservative editor at the Huffington Post, our sister site Deadline reports. Barbara is less than thrilled with self-help author Abbys (played byLisa Edelstein) optimistic approach [] //tvline.com/2015/06/04/retta-girlfriends-guide-to-divorce-season-2-cast/

'Parks and Recreation's' Aziz Ansari, Mike Schur Set New Comedy at Netflix

Co-created by Ansari and fellow 'Parks and Recreation' co-EP Alan Yang.   Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/ufRX4kYH-5s/story01.htm

Watch 10 extra minutes of 'Parks and Recreation' courtesy of the producer's cut

If the series finale of "Parks and Recreation" just wasn't enough for you, NBC has a special treat. A producer's cut of the episode has been released with 10 extra minutes that fans should love.Not only are certain scenes extended -- including a very funny moment between Andy (Chris Pratt) and Dr. Saperstein (Henry Winkler) -- but the producer's cut of the episode also includes two additional flash forwards. For those left wondering about the fate of Councilman Jamm (Jon Glaser) in the future, you'll get a glimpse at what's to come for him, as well as reporter Shauna Malwae-Tweep (Alison Becker).RELATED: Here's how Chris Pratt wanted 'Parks and Recreation' to endAs an added bonus, Paul Rudd shows up one more time to reprise his role as Bobby Newport. Those are just some of the surprises waiting to be discovered in the episode, which you can watch above.RELATED: 12 great shows that started out... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/gLhN0JdUfWA/watch_10_extra_minutes_parks_and_recreation_producers_cut-2015-02

'Parks and Recreation' finale secretly reveals Jean-Ralphio's fate

The incredibly sweet series finale of "Parks and Recreation" moved further ahead in time to show viewers where each character ended up, and just about everyone -- from stalwarts Leslie and Ben to relative newcomer Craig -- had a happy, fulfilling life.The notable exception to all of that (and easily the most jokey of the flash-forwards) was that of Jean-Ralphio Saperstein (Ben Schwartz), Tom's (Aziz Ansari) scam-artist friend. We see him and his equally awful sister Mona-Lisa (Jenny Slate) in 2022, after he fakes his death. They plan to use the insurance money to open a casino in Tajikistan, but their singing about the scheme just yards away from Jean-Ralphio's funeral blows their cover.It turns out, though, that even Jean-Ralphio may have made something of himself. In an interview with Variety, "Parks and Rec" co-creator Mike Schur (who directed and co-wrote the finale with Amy Poehler) hints at a "tiny Easter egg very deeply buried... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/xnwU_jouYyk/parks_and_recreation_finale_secretly_reveals_jean-ralphios_fate-2015-02

The 20 Best Episodes of 'Parks and Recreation'

NBC's Parks and Recreation may be over, but we will always cherish out memories of the town of Pawnee, Indiana. We?ve watched as Leslie Knope tirelessly worked to improve a town that's slogan used to be ?First in Friendship, Fourth in Obesity.? Parks and Recreation took a farcical look at the relationship between small-town governments and their often ill-informed citizenry; it showed the hypocrisy of elected officials when it comes to their personal and professional lives. It provoked debate about government overstepping its bounds and infringing on personal freedoms. By using comedy, the show explored hot-button issues such as sex education, gay marriage and the difference between a pony and a miniature horse. Leslie Knope and her friends may be moving on, but like the citizens of Pawnee, we're all better off for having known them. Here are the best episodes of the series.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/slideshows/the-20-best-episodes-of-parks-and-recreation-44450.aspx

'Parks and Recreation' cast join Seth Meyers for beautiful send-off

Even outside ofPawnee, the cast of Parks and Recreation cast proved on Late Night with Seth Meyers that they can still warm your heart like no one else. Tuesdays broadcast marked the one-year anniversary of Meyers start as host of The Late Late...   Read More... //feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/KAoUnOKXJaI/parks-and-recreation-cast-join-seth-meyers-beautiful-send

'Parks and Recreation's' Amy Poehler and Chris Pratt pack up their Pawnee days

"I'm always excited about what's next."So says Amy Poehler, and it's time for the "Saturday Night Live" alum to focus on that as "Parks and Recreation" reaches the end of its road. NBC's local-government comedy series wraps up its seven-season run with an hour-long finale Tuesday (Feb. 24), but Poehler's intrigue about moving on doesn't mean she won't long for her longtime alter ego: Leslie Knope, who progressed from being a city employee of fictional Pawnee, Ind., to a regional director of the U.S. National Park Service."One of the things I'm going to miss the most is like hearing what's going to happen to Leslie next year," Poehler tells Zap2it. "You know, we would have a summer discussion about it, and Mike [series executive producer and co-creator Mike Schur] would be like, 'I think she's going to run for office.' You knew this was going to happen, and I'm going to really miss that."Schur reflects,... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/P4CTsadhwHg/parks_and_recreation_series_finale_amy_poehler_chris_pratt-2015-02

Parks and Recreation Series Finale Preview: One Last Ride for Leslie Knope (Video)

Amy Poehler and her Parks and Recreation co-stars appeared in a series of short previews Monday for the shows upcoming series finale. In the first clip, Leslie Knope (Poehler) gives her team a comprehensive retrospectiveof their history together. Rather than sit through the presentation, April ( Aubrey Plaza ) asks Cant we just quickly shake hands, pretend we like each other and get out of here?  Read More... //www.thewrap.com/parks-and-recreation-series-finale-preview-one-last-ride-for-leslie-knope-video/