The gang’s back together again — virtually, at least! To close out the incredible ‘Parks & Recreation’ reunion special, Chris Pratt and the rest of the cast performed the iconic ‘5000 Candles In The Wind.’
Not only is Amy Poehler a hilarious actress, but she made an unlikeable TV character the best friend we all wish we (still) had. That’s just one of the many, many reasons Amy deserved the Emmy for her work on ‘Parks and Recreation.’
Amy Poehler, 44, was one of a handful of super talented women up for the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series award at the 2015 Emmys on Sunday night, September 20, in Los Angeles, California. While each and every one of them deserved to be celebrated for their incredible work in television, this was Amy’s last chance to nab the award for her role as Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation. Unfortunately she lost to Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, but here’s my take on why she deserved to win.
This is litt-er-ally, the best thing ever (you better have read that in your best Chris Traeger impression). In honor of America, there was a most adorable ‘Parks and Recreation’ reunion– and it will have you missing Pawnee big time.
We’re still reeling from the surprising season finale of ‘Parks and Recreation’ on April 24! Thankfully, we have showrunner Michael Schur to fill in the blanks about last’s night’s unexpected three-year jump into the future. WARNING: Spoilers ahead!
The final 60 seconds of the Parks and Recreation finale changed the direction of the show forever. Find out which parts Parks and Rec mastermind Michael Schur thinks are the most “meaningful,” and what’s in store for next season.
‘Parks And Recreation’ is all set to have a cameo-filled season finale on April 25 and one of the biggest surprises will be Michelle Obama side-by-side with Amy Poehler.
The hit NBC TV show’s season 6 finale airs on April 25 and one of the biggest surprises of the camio-filled episode will be when Michelle Obama takes center stage right alongside Leslie Nope (Amy Poehler). The first lady’s appearance is just the tip of the iceberg for a season finale loaded with stars.
Two of NBC’s most awkward princesses said ‘I do’ to their equally awkward princes this season — but who dressed best?
“Normal” isn’t a word I would use to describe either of NBC’s comedy queens — Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) on Parks & Recreation and Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) on the late-great 30 Rock — so I certainly wouldn’t expect either of them to sport a normal dress on their wedding day. We saw Liz tie the knot earlier this season, and on the Feb. 21 episode of Parks & Rec, we got to see Leslie swap vows with Ben (Adam Scott). Which of their unconventional get-ups did you like better?