The comedic minds that brought you The Office, King of the Hill and Saturday Night Live now conspire to create Parks and Recreation. Amy Poehler plays Leslie Knope, a mid-level government employee who is trying to convert an abandoned construction pit into a usable community park while a documentary camera crew follows her every step and misstep. In her path are the typical defensive bureaucrats, selfish neighbors, real estate developers and single-issue fanatics determined to prevent her from doing any good in her community.
Earlier this year, NBC's beloved sitcom Parks and Recreation aired its final season, complete with a beautiful series finale that served as a wonderful send-off to these quirky characters in Pawnee, Indiana. You can still relive the show over and over again in reruns and on Netflix, although it isn't known when the final season will debut on the streaming service, but today we have discovered a slew of blooper reels that highlight some hilarious behind-the-scenes moments throughout the show's run. The first video focuses solely on Chris Pratt's off-color jokes, including a hilarious dig on Kim Kardashian.
The second and third videos focuse specifically on gags from Parks and Recreation Season 4 and Parks and Recreation Season 2. Each of these videos make it quite clear that Parks and Recreation would be an incredibly fun show to work on, in any capacity. Hopefully more gag reels from the hit show surface soon, so stay tuned for more of this hilarious videos.Read More
Patton Oswalt guest stars on tomorrow night's episode of Parks and Recreation, "Article Two", which any fan of Star Wars and Marvel's The Avengers will surely want to watch. NBC has released an uncut 8-minute scene, where the actor plays a Pawnee citizen who tries to prevent a City Council vote by using a filibuster. In doing so, he breaks down his pitch for Star Wars: Episode VII, which includes crossovers with Marvel's The Avengers and several other franchises within the Marvel universe. What's even more impressive is this scene was completely improvised. Watch this impressive fanboy filibuster before tuning into Parks and Recreation Thursday, April 18 at 9 PM ET on NBC.Read More
NBC builds two nights of Halloween-themed programming as the final season debut of Chuck (Fridays, 8-9 p.m. ET) and the series premiere of new drama Grimm (Fridays, 9-10 p.m. ET) will begin on Friday, October 28. Likewise, Halloween-themed episodes of NBC's Thursday-night comedies - Community, Parks and Recreation, The Office, and Whitney -- will be telecast October 27 in recognition of the holiday.
In another schedule update, Harry's Law (Wednesdays, 9-10 p.m. ET) will be showcased in a three-hour marathon of episodes on Saturday, October 8 (8-11 p.m. ET).Read More
The NBC comedy series Parks and Recreation has found its "Tammy 1,' with actress Patricia Clarkson coming aboard to portray the mysterious character.
Patricia Clarkson is said to appear in two episodes of Parks and Recreation's upcoming fourth season, including the season premiere on Thursday, September 22 at 8:30 PM ET on NBC.Read More
NBC has issued pickups for three returning comedy series in 2011-12 that include The Office, Parks and Recreation and Community it was announced today by Bob Greenblatt, Chairman, NBC Entertainment.
Season to date, Parks and Recreation (Thursdays, 9:30-10 p.m. ET) is delivering a 2.8/7 in 18-49 and 5.5 million viewers overall. With its move this season to Thursday's 9:30 p.m. ET half-hour, Parks and Recreation is up versus last season by 17 percent in adult 18-49 rating (2.8 vs. 2.4) and up 9 percent in total viewers (5.5 million vs. 5.1 million). In the valuable adult 18-34 demographic, Parks and Recreation is NBC's #2 scripted series and ranks in the top 20 overall with a 3.2 rating.Read More
So... all you have to do is put some weird LED's on your temples and blink a lot for 2 hours? Yeah, the glasses aren't THAT much of a hassle... Nice try, Frenchy.
The U.K. street artist Banksy made some waves on this side of the pond with the release of his documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop. The incredibly anonymous artist has never confirmed was his real identity is (to avoid prosecution in several cities around the world for his graffiti art), but it seems his identity was almost revealed through an eBay auction. Moviefone learned of an eBay auction by seller "jaysellsthings," who claimed to have an official document with the true identity of Banksy. However, the auction was shut down for the second time (the first time was because he wasn't selling a tangible item, which is why he offered the official document), which received 38 bids, the highest being $1 million. When the site contacted this "jaysellsthings" seller, here was his response:"I spent 3 years finding the answer.Read More
It would be awesome if they actually showed this hanging up in his office this season with Ron reading from it occasionally when the opportunity presents itself. Even if they don't, though, I'm just very excited one of my favorite comedies is finally back on the air starting next month.
This room will be awesome because, in case people become suicidal they can't visit Tron like people got after seeing Avatar, they can just take a quick jaunt over to Sweden. I doubt they will have lightcycles available to ride around Sweden, though...Read More