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'Parks and Recreation' Turns 100: Mike Schur Shares Fears, Dreams of Hillary Clinton Cameo

The showrunner behind the NBC comedy teases that the final minute of Thursday's 100th episode is one of his "favorite things ever." This story first appeared in the Jan. 17 issue of The Hollywood Reporter. NBC's Parks and Recreation has the same zippy, can-do attitude of Amy Poehler 's zealous local politico Leslie Knope. The comedy about politics in a small Indiana town launched in 2009 with a modest six-episode midseason run and attracted a loyal audience that has kept the Emmy-nominated series alive for six seasons (despite its near-constant bubble status). On Jan. 9, Parks marks its 100th episode, a milestone that causes co-creator and showrunner Mike Schur to reflect on the early fears that kept him up at night, who might headline a Parks spinoff and his dream for a Hillary Clinton cameo in the series finale.  Read More...   //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/vAWF3r2SIpM/story01.htm

PARKS AND RECREATION: Michael Schur and the Cast (Vaguely) Tease the 100th Episode

PARKS AND RECREATION is celebrating a milestone this Thursday — the 100th episode! — and…well, the people involved actually can’t say too much about what’s going down. PARKS AND RECREATION showrunner, Mike Schur, and the cast talked (vaguely) with reporters during the October celebration for the show’s big episode about the episode…and, mostly, made their […] //www.givememyremote.com/remote/2014/01/08/parks-and-recreation-the-michael-schur-and-the-cast-vaguely-tease-the-100th-episode/

‘Parks & Rec’ Cast Celebrates 100 Episodes With Behind-the-Scenes Retrospective (Video)

Amy Poehler has endless favorite moments from her 100 episodes of “Parks and Recreation,” but her top one may be the time that her and the cast had to tread lightly across a hockey rink to her character’s campaign podium. At least, that’s the one she cited when put on the spot for NBC’s behind-the-scenes celebration of its critical-darling comedy. In the slowly progressing TV scene, all members of the Knope (Poehler) campaign fall, slowly, on the ice — except for Chris Pratt — who eschewed an ironically named pratfall in favor of a real one, injuring himself. “Get on Your Feet” by Gloria Estefan was never a more inappropriate pump-up song than it was in the “Comeback Kid” episode.  Read More... //www.thewrap.com/parks-recreation-nbc-100-episodes-amy-poehler-chris-pratt-aubrey-plaza-rob-lowe