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If your vision was partially obstructed by a constant flow of tears during Tuesday night’s Parks and Recreation series finale, it’s possible you missed a clever Easter egg that appeared about midway through the episode.
Since 2009, Chris Pratt has been known for his role as Andy Dwyer, the lovable doofus on Parks and Rec. But over the past six years, Pratt’s career has expanded to include the coveted role of Star Lord in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Tuesday’s episode paid homage to…
Harris Wittels, a co-executive producer of Parks and Recreation and pioneer of the term “humblebrag,” has died from a possible overdose, according to police
Wittels was found dead at his Los Angeles home around 12 p.m. Thursday by his assistant, Officer Jane Kim of the Los Angeles Police Department told Mashable.
“He died from a possible overdose,” Kim said, cautioning that the case has been sent to the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office, which will conduct a formal investigation.
So much about Pawnee suddenly makes sense
On Tuesday’s penultimate batch of Parks and Recreation episodes, two Pawnee dwellers passed away and headed for the big J.J.’s Diner in the sky: Ron’s beloved barber, and, most importantly, Mayor Gunderson, who, surprise, was played by Bill Murray.
— Parks and Recreation (@parksandrecnbc) February 18, 2015
Pawnee, the town at the center of NBC’s Parks and Recreation, has in 7 seasons never been the type of town to turn down something sweet. And there was little reason to believe the offer of free WiFi from Gryzzl — a fresh and flashy tech company — was anything but a sweet deal.
In fact, Ben (Adam Scott) fought hard to get his town connected
Flash forward a few years, to 2017, when the current season of the show is…
The final season of Parks and Recreation begins January 13, so stock up on tissues now before you have to say goodbye to your favorite residents of Pawnee.
The series jumps ahead to 2017, which naturally means drones and a new name for Jerry — he’s Terry now.
Offerman is hugely popular on the Internet, thanks to his lovable and imminently quotable character on NBC’s Parks and Recreation. The actor has also made appearances on television shows such as Conan and Children’s Hospital.
The AMA started at 2:30 p.m. on Friday and has already amassed more than 2,000 comments and…