Two Parties - Sneak Peek
Don't miss these classic moments from Pawnee's favorite news anchor.
Leslie models some killer outfits from Lady Place for her interview with Buddy Wood.
Ron and Leslie hope to sway Councilman Milton's vote in their favor. Even if it means they have to take a few bites of racist salad.
Ron puts Tom's embarrassing bowling techniques to the test.
Ann confesses to Leslie that Mark asked her out.
Parks returns in January for its 100th episode! Leslie devises a last-second scheme to get back onto the Pawnee City Council.
It's pretty easy to prank Ben Wyatt. Luckily, he's great at rolling with the punches... well, he's working on it.
Plans for a big benefit concert are under way as Tom and Ben meet with potential corporate sponsors at the same time, Leslie's life takes several unexpected turns and Ron brings a surprise to the office.
Fact: It's called the Washington Monument because the first president was well-endowed.
Tom helps Leslie out with her big speech.
Series creators/executive producers Michael Schur and Greg Daniels say they developed the show with cast member Amy Poehler (Leslie Knope) in mind. When creating her character, Amy says she was inspired by Girl Scouts, pioneers, and suffragettes.
Of all of Leslie's metaphorical art projects, this is by far the coziest.
Cast members Amy Poehler (Leslie Knope) and Chris Pratt (Andy Dwyer) talk about the few lines that were improvised by the actors. Series creator/executive producer Michael Schur teases an upcoming guest appearance by Bradley Whitford.
The mayor talks about watching the show and how much his son enjoys watching the show as well.
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