Though likely not ranking much higher than its usual moderate ratings, last night's 'Parks and Recreation' season finale episode "Are You Better Off?" put an effective cap on yet another uncertain season, given the long-running NBC comedy's constant threat of cancellation. 'Parks' prospects certainly seem like a lock for next year, but what big twists and Marvel-ous new problems will the Pawnee Parks Department face next year? New details inside!
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It's the 'Parks and Recreation' season finale, which means tons of pop-ins from some of your favorite Pawneeans, and a special appearance from Bert Macklin (FBI), tasked with solving the biggest case of his career.
A few weeks ago in advance of 'Parks and Recreation's Patton Oswalt-starring episode 'Article Two,' the internet received one of its greatest gifts yet as NBC released the full cut of Patton Oswalt's epic nerd rant about 'Star Wars: Episode 7,' and his own suggestions for introducing characters from the Marvel universe, and pop culture in general. Now, the comedian has offered up his thoughts on the origins of the now-legendary rant, including more pop culture tie-ins we didn't hear!
Tonight's 'Parks and Recreation' pits Leslie and Ron against each other over the fate of a mini-golf course, and Mona Lisa Saperstein (Jenny Slate) makes her obnoxiously triumphant return.
In the second episode of 'Parks and Recreation' tonight, Jerry's retiring from the Parks and Rec department, but it looks like he didn't make sure everyone was aware of it. Dammit, Jerry!
Patton Oswalt guest stars on a delightful episode of 'Parks and Recreation,' in which resistance is proving pretty futile for just about everyone this week.
This Thursday, stand up comedian (and one of the funniest men alive) Patton Oswalt guest stars on NBC's beloved 'Parks and Recreation' as a Pawnee, Indiana citizen who attempts to block a city council vote with a lengthy filibuster. Asked to talk at length about whatever he wanted by the producers, Oswalt decided to rant about 'Star Wars Episode 7' and the results are bizarre and glorious as he spins off into 'The Avengers' and 'X-Men' and much much more. Check it out below.
The 'Parks and Recreation' crew face a new set of challenges this week when Ron gets sick, Ben tries to get donations for the Sweetums Foundation, and Leslie has to find a new director for the animal control department.
Though still somewhat early in the Upfront seasons, several major broadcast networks have already gone ahead to grant early renewals to their strongest-performing series. Given NBC's troubled lineup over the past few months, however, no firm plans have been laid among even its strongest hits. Though, that may change in the near future as rumors of early NBC renewals have leaked, so find out which shows have the best chances inside!
'Parks and Recreation' is back with a brand new episode in which Ron faces a lawsuit from the awful Councilman Jamm and Leslie and Ben take a trip to Ben's hometown of Partridge, Minnesota.