New photos from the next episode of Parks and Recreation “Are You Better Off?”
Chris Traeger, I am fascinated and excited to see what you have in store!
Aw, I would like these two wacky kids to have a baby together. Ron can teach it carpentry, fishing and hunting — Ann show teach it how to be a beautiful nurse, friend and caretaker and recant tales of Dad being a horrible patient.
New photos from “Animal Control,” Parks and Rec episode airing on April 11th.
Okay, NBC social media people. Here’s a freebie: you should post hints to what’s on Leslie’s last-minute wedding dress through next week. Not enough to spoil it entirely, but enough to get your fanbase even more excited.
(That would be far, far more exciting and viral than a MS Paint graphic with “Parks and Rec” typed in a bunch of times.)
The Tenth Doctor, 2.0h!
This makes me want to see Ben Wyatt in Ten Cosplay.
Would Leslie be Rose? I can see her loving Donna as much as I do, but I’m betting she’d go with Rose.
Someone should go write this for me. Yes.
Parks and Recreation is Secretly Fraggle Rock as per Vulture.
Leslie Knope is Red. They’re both spirited, determined, and likely to bite off more than they can chew.
Ben Wyatt is Wimbley. Both are anxious and sometimes unsure of themselves, but supportive and deeply ethical.
Ron is Marjory the Trash Heap. When anyone needs sage, if slightly odd, wisdom, they know whom to ask.
Andy is Mokey. They’re the dreamy ones, the ones with the kookiest ideas and most active imaginations. Mokey’s more intellectual than Andy, but they’re both massive optimists.
I fully support and endorse all of this.
Merry Christmas from Parks and Recreation, courtesy of Jim O’Heir.
(posted a day late, because, well. Jerry.)
One of the squares, Smallest Park [the place where Ben and Leslie decide to reunite and take their relationship public] — I was told that it would never read on camera. I beg to differ, and it’s my favorite square, even though we ran out of time and they are missing their feet.
from ‘Parks and Recreation’ prop master Gay Perello’s five favorite pieces of the year