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Parks and Recreation

  1. Chris Pratt Is Andy Dwyer in Stunts 101 for Jurassic World and Also in Real Life With GQ Interview

    Interview with the real Dwyer.

    Just how much of Andy Dwyer was Chris Pratt on Parks and Recreation? 100%, judging by his GQ interview this video where he explains stunts for Jurassic World.

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  2. Tatiana Maslany Did An AMA And You Should Prepare To Love Her Even More Than You Already Did

    Unless you are a voting member of any major American awards ceremony, chances are you love Tatiana Maslany. What would Orphan Black be without her almost superhuman Acting Skills? Well, prepare yourself, because after the AMA she did last night on Reddit, you might love her just a little bit more.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: The World’s Most Adorable Scarlet Witch

    Collector Corps, assemble!

    So cute! So badass!

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  4. [UPDATED] Flailing-Arm Prayer Circle: A Parks and Rec Alum May Be Developing a New Muppet Show

    Rumor? I barely know 'er! Waka! Waka!

    Take this news with a chicken-sized grain of salt, but according to Production Weekly, The Muppets may be heading to the small screen soon with the help of a beloved comedy alum.

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  5. On The Importance Of Leslie Knope, Friendship, and Feminism

    And waffles. Don't forget waffles.

    There are some things that I will defend with my life about Parks and Recreation: that Donna Meagle is an inspiration for all women; that the Leslie/Ann friendship is unsinkable and beautiful like a butterfly; that April Ludgate was the best thing that could have possibly happened to Andy Dwyer. Parks and Rec ended less than a week ago and I can safely say it was one of the best series finales in television history.

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  6. Here’s 20-Year-Old Amy Poehler Hacking, Rapping and Being Super ’90s in a Previously Unreleased TV Pilot

    She's a beautiful, naïve, sophisticated newborn baby.

    Galentine's Day foreshadowing: she quotes Queen Latifah's "Ladies First."

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Wear The First Chapter Of Harry Potter In Dress Form!

    But will it read to me in my third grade teacher's voice?

    Rooby Lane, you have indeed outdone yourself. Check out their Etsy page for even more literary goodness.

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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. Parks and Rec Actor, Writer and Executive Producer Harris Wittels Passes Away at 30

    Variety is reporting that Parks and Rec executive producer Harris Wittels was found dead today at his home in L.A. of a possible drug overdose.

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  11. Things We Saw Today: A Sexy Jeff Goldblum to Wear All Over Your Body

    Just remember, don't wear it on the most important day of your professional life. Unless you're the President of the Jeff Goldblum Fan Club. They'd you'd probably be ok.

    The description of this shirt on Clashist is "Because Jeff Goldblum is very sexy." Fair enough?

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  12. Chris Pratt Continues to Be the Best, Says Internet Comments Are a “Crazy Toilet Bowl”

    Present company excluded, of course.

    The extreme garbagosity of most online comment sections has been well documented, but there's something comforting about hearing Star-Lord of Our Hearts Chris Pratt call the Internet like he sees it, too. And boy, did he ever.

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  13. Mayfair Games Is Kickstarting Cones of Dunshire From Parks and Rec, But Only Eagletonians Can Afford It

    Are the cones a metaphor? Well, yes and no.

    Mayfair Games: home of the Architect.

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  14. A Jurassic World/Parks and Rec Mashup 65 Million Years in the Making

    Pratts and Rexreation!

    Hold onto your Mouse Rats.

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  15. Things We Saw Today: Incredible Liara T’Soni Cosplay

    She's a master at effects.

    Professional makeup artist Jen of Soylent Cosplay as Mass Effect's Liara T'Soni. Bow down.

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  16. 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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  17. Time To Break Out DJ Roomba: Parks and Rec Gets A Return Date, Image For Season 7

    WHERE IS TOM. WHERE IS RON. PLEASE ADVISE.

    That's not long at all!

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  18. But Why, Though? NBC is Rebooting Real Genius as Workplace Comedy

    Would you prepared if gravity reversed itself?

    Real Genius, the 1985 comedy starring my first boyfriend Val Kilmer is getting rebooted. But not for the big screen, as a TV series for NBC. I'll be over here reading Rebecca's article in defense of reboots...

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  19. Things We Saw Today: Falkor Is The Tastiest Luck Dragon In All Of Fantasia

    Cake? Did somebody say cake?

    If you'll excuse me, I need to go talk to some sugar about my nostalgia.

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  20. 16 Women on Television Who Challenge The Male Gaze

    Orange is the new dismantling male dominated media.

    As described in “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema,” Laura Mulvey’s seminal work on the objectification of women in film, the "male gaze" refers to female characters fulfilling the role of attractive, passive playthings for men. Yet many contemporary shows rebel against this model by presenting multi-layered women who demand the audience’s attention. Here are 16 characters currently on the air who do just that.

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