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  1. Fargo Has Cast Bruce Campbell to Play Ronald Reagan in Season 2

    For all fans of boomsticonomics.

    My Bruce Campbell for president campaign finally worked! Kind of.

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  2. Watch the Parks and Rec Cast Sing One Last Farewell to L’il Sebastian, Make Out With Each Other

    Don't tell Gayle.

    As part of their post-show mission to reduce me into a human snot factory, the Parks and Rec cast paid a visit to Late Night yesterday and sang a final goodbye to Li'l Sebastian.

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  3. Indiana’s Real-Life Tourism Department Wrote an Awesome Farewell Letter to Parks and Rec

    They'll miss them in the saddest fashion.

    My beautiful, rule-breaking moths, there is hope post Parks and Rec. The residents of Pawnee, Indiana taught us how to treat ourselves, our friends, and our roombas, but their legacy will also live on at the IRL Indiana Office of Tourism Development, whose employees wrote an adorable open letter to the show earlier this week assigning each character to an Indiana town.

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  4. The Parks and Recreation Final Season Trailer Is Here From the Fuuuutuuuuure

    From a distant time known as "2017."

    So this means they can keep the show going until 2017, right? Right!?

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  5. Harken Back to a Simpler Time With Nick Offerman’s Hand-Crafted Artisanal Wooden Emojis

    It's downright American.

    You know, back in my day if we wanted to sent a friend that picture of a little smiling poop, we had to walk uphill backwards in the snow for two straight miles until we got to the nearest general Emoji store, where old Mr. Macpherson had his trained pigeons deliver them to their destinations. Nice to see someone like Parks and Recreation's Nick Offerman —who legitimately owns his own woodshop, by the way—trying to bring that way of life back.

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  6. Take a Behind-the-Scenes Look at One of Our Favorite Radio Shows and Podcasts, Bullseye With Jesse Thorn

    Remember, every Geekosystem post has a signature subheader.

    Bullseye With Jesse Thorn is arguably one of the best radio shows around, and it's an argument we've made a few times on this site. The show and its host Thorn seek to bring listeners the very best in pop culture, and this new video takes a behind-the-scenes look at how and why the show is made. Let's go.

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  7. Review: Axe Cop Will Make You Believe in the Power of Imagination, Then Chop Your Head Off

    Axe Cop may be silly, but it's also deeply beautiful.

    Imagine seeing something you thought of when you were five become a mainstream animated series. That's the world Malachai Nicolle lives in. He co-created the webcomic Axe Cop with his older brother Ethan at that age, and Axe Cop the series premiered on Fox this past weekend. I went into the premiere with high hopes, and the show did not disappoint.

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  8. Axe Cop Voice Cast Will Chop Your Heads Off With How Great It Is

    Fox didn't consult us about the cast of Axe Cop, but if they did this is probably what we would have come up with.

    Did you know that Nick Offerman wasn't officially Axe Cop until yesterday? I mean -- we've seen heard him be Axe Cop, but no one could officially say it until yesterday because of Offerman's deal with NBC and Axe Cop is a Fox project. Now, though, not only is that thing we already knew confirmed to be a thing that is, there are even more Axe Cop casting details and they're all amazing.

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  9. Don’t Get Cocky: Harrison Ford Rumored to be Returning as Han Solo in Episode VII

    Somebody fired a proton torpedo into the Internet's thermal exhaust port today, because it blew up with the story that Harrison Ford will definitely be returning as Han Solo in Star Wars: Episode VII. The source of the story is El Mayimbe from Latino Review, and he dropped the news on Fox News Latino, but so far there's been no official word from anyone actually in a position to make a definitive statement. Maybe we should all just take a breath here.

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  10. I’ll Chop Your Heads Off! Fox Announces Axe Cop Release Date

    If you think a comic written by a five-year-old and then drawn by his 29-year-old older brother would be awesome, you would be right. That's the story behind Axe Cop. It started in 2010 as a webcomic written by then five-year-old Malachai Nicolle and drawn by his older brother Ethan Nicolle. It's grown into a comic book published by Dark Horse Comics, a series of animated web videos, and now a full-fledged animated series. Fox has announced the show will premiere on Saturday, July 27th as part of their new Animation Domination High Definition line up.

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  11. Awkward Movember ‘Stache? Nick Offerman Assures Us “It Gets Fuller”

     

    We're almost halfway into Movember, and if you're growing a sweet 'stache for charity, we salute you. If you're having doubts about your underdeveloped mustache, though, don't worry. America's moustache hero Nick Offerman is here with some more words of encouragement.

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  12. Liam Neeson, Will Ferrell, & More Added To Voice Cast Of Lego: The Piece of Resistance

    And I'll Form the Head!

    For the record, I didn't have to create this image, IT ALREADY EXISTED ON THE INTERNET.

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  13. Animation Test Asks What Axe Cop Does for Halloween, Confirms That Nick Offerman’s the Man

    If you somehow missed the announcement earlier this year, Fox is bringing an animated version of the much-beloved Axe Cop webcomic to bear. It's set to be part of a new block of "late-prime" programming called Animation Domination HD, which is more or less the Fox equivalent of Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block. Though the actual series won't be starting until next year, the good folks behind ADHD just uploaded an animation test featuring Nick Offerman. Given that it's also about Halloween, this is pretty much the best.

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  14. Ron Swanson Teaches You How to Grow a Mustache [Video]

    Next month is not only November, but Movember, the manliest awareness month around, in which people are encouraged to grow facial hair in order to raise awareness for men's health issues. If there's anyone who is qualified to discuss facial hair and raise awareness for men, it's pretty obviously Ron Swanson of Parks and Recreation. There isn't a manlier man, even if he's fictional (even if Nick Offerman is basically just Ron Swanson in real life). So support Movember, listen to Nick Offerman, and get ready for the manliest journey of your life.

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  15. Ron Swanson Teaches Us How to Avoid a Bacon Shortage [Video]

    You might've heard there could be a bacon shortage in our near future, and you might've heard that, actually, there won't be one. Either way, the very slight possible chance that perhaps, just maybe, there'd be a shortage of bacon at any point in time worries Ron Swanson. Thankfully, in a The More You Know parody, he's here to teach us all how to prepare for the grim possibility.

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  16. Lucy Lawless to Guest Star On Parks and Recreation

    Fangasm

    Lucy Lawless will finally make an appearance on Parks and Recreation after a scheduling conflict with the television series Spartacus: Vengeance prevented her from playing Tammy 1, Ron Swanson's first ex-wife. Hit the jump to find out some details about her role and consider yourself spoiler warned!

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  17. Nick Offerman is Back and Reading More Tweets from Young Female Celebrities [Video]

    Nick Offerman, the manliest man who ever manned, and actor who portrays Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation, is at it again, reading tweets from young female celebrities as he performs manly tasks. In the second iteration of this Conan O'Brien segment, Offerman is featured in his workshop, doing what he does best, reading tweets from young female celebrities. Check out the original segment here and watch closely, you might learn a thing or two.

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  18. Nick Offerman, AKA Ron Swanson, Reads Tweets From Young Female Celebrities While Doing Manly, Outside Work

    If you weren't aware, Nick Offerman, who plays manliest of men Ron Swanson on the excellent Parks and Recreation, is actually the manliest of men in real life as well; Ron Swanson seems to be largely based on Nick Offerman himself. So, what's a funny thing that the manliest of men could do? Sternly recite tweets of young female celebrities while doing manly woodwork outdoors. I think Conan has a gem of a segment here.

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