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How Ron And Leslie Would React To Indiana's Religious Freedom Law, As Read By Nick F*cking Offerman

Remember when this was the biggest news coming out of Indiana? Those were the days. Ever since the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act was passed, this… 577 more words


The Behind-The-Scenes Story Of 'Diversity Day,' The Episode That Defined NBC's 'The Office'

Of his iconic TV character from the American version of The Office, Steve Carell once said, “If you don’t know a Michael Scott, then you are Michael Scott.” Actually, it was Ricky Gervais who said that to Scott in regard to his character, David Brent, from the U.K. 6,261 more words


Parks and Recreation – “The Reporter” (1×03)

“The Reporter” marks the first appearance of Shauna Malwae-Tweep (Alison Becker), Pawnee’s resident journalist. Leslie attempts to gather community support for her pit/park project but finds it difficult when Andy reveals that he was drunk when he fell into the pit (he thought a toaster was lying at the bottom). 545 more words


#7: Who Writes this stuff Anyway?

So who writes this stuff anyway? Where did “You had me at Meat Tornado” originate from?

Parks and Rec in total had about 30 writers over the course of the series, including some of the cast like Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman, but the “meat” of the show comes from the creators: Michael Schur and Greg Daniels. 269 more words

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Good Night and Good Luck, Pawnee

Sorry for the lack of updates as of late. Real life has been preventing me from updating. Leave it to work being absolute chaos of sorts. 968 more words

Killer Queen

Recreational chemistry: Saying farewell to ‘Parks and Recreation’



I’m not a schmaltzy guy. I don’t do sentimentality. I’m too cynical for gooey moments and group hugs. 1,180 more words


The Story Behind 'Challenge Day,' The 'Parks And Recreation' Episode That Never Happened

One of the many episodes of Parks and Recreation that qualifies for the category of “The Best Episodes” is “The Fight,” the 13th episode of the third season. 1,831 more words