Earlier today we saw the 'Workaholics' crew doing a bit of cross-promotion with 'Neighbors' stars Zac Efron and Seth Rogen, but it seems one of the boys will branch out even further. Following tonight's latest, 'Parks and Recreation' has added 'Workaholics'' Blake Anderson for a role in the season 6 finale, but as whom, you ask?
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On tonight's all-new episode of 'Parks and Recreation,' Tom heads to a vineyard with the gang to find a Sommelier for his restaurant, and Ben receives some bad news from his parents and goes on a bender with Ron. Meanwhile, Leslie and Andy scramble to secure a headliner for the Unity concert while Leslie deals with some surprising news.
On tonight's all-new episode of 'Parks and Recreation,' the gang is going to prom! Leslie pitches in to help organize the local senior high school prom, and Andy is determined to take April as his date -- but she's not too happy about it, obviously. Meanwhile, Ben tries to help Tom with the music for the event.
On tonight's all-new 'Parks and Recreation,' Galentine's Day might have been a month ago, but that's not stopping Leslie from celebrating one of her (many, many) favorite holidays in an effort to fill the Ann-shaped crater in her heart. Meanwhile, Ben and Tom run into problems looking for tents for the upcoming concert event, while Ron's new parental instincts come in handy with Andy.
NBC's 2013-14 lineup brought about too few breakout hits to jeopardize that consistent performer 'Parks and Recreation' would return for a seventh season, to the point that NBC heads even informally confirmed a renewal back in January, but we all know how Leslie Knope likes an official approval. Plus, 'Grimm,' 'Chicago Fire' and its spinoff will will all return for additional seasons as well!
The concert for Pawnee/Eagleton unity continues to build steam as Leslie tries to find a new slogan for Pawnee while Tom looks for a place to open his restaurant in tonight's episode of 'Parks and Recreation.' Read on for all you need to know about tonight's episode of 'Parks and Rec,' "New Slogan!"
NBC's 'Parks and Recreation' has made no secret of its unabashed 'Game of Thrones' love (everyone on that show can get it!), but where last week's episode, "Anniversaries," set up its most elaborate homage yet with the appearance of the Iron Throne, we only saw the tip of the iceberg. Watch as Ben loses his mind in the full deleted scene for the show's latest 'Game of Thrones' homage!
'Parks and Recreation' is back from its brief Winter Olympics hiatus with an all-new episode! In "Anniversaries," Ben tries to outdo Leslie's anniversary plans, but she's too busy struggling to keep the people of Pawnee and Eagleton happy post-merger. Meanwhile, now that April is Donna's supervisor, April's having trouble figuring out how to reprimand her friend and colleague. Also: Ron applies the logic of Yelp to snail mail!
Just when you thought 'Parks and Recreation' had found its holy grail of political guests stars in Vice President Joe Biden (still holding out for Hillary Clinton), the impending season 6 finale has really upped the ante. First Lady Michelle Obama will appear in the season 6 closer this coming April, but should we expect a Pawnee visit, or a return trip to Washington D.C.?
On tonight's all-new episode of 'Parks and Recreation,' we bid farewell to Ann and Chris, as Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe leave the show and their characters move on to the next chapter of their lives. Leslie has planned a farewell party, of course, and tries to fulfill one last promise to sweet, beautiful Ann before she departs. Meanwhile, the guys try to find a going away gift for Chris. Grab your tissues -- it's going to get weepy in here.