A credible source has made some VERY serious claims regarding Glee’s front-runner Rachel Berry and characters on other popular television shows. Read on if you want to find out what might be happening to Rachel – or a lady in your favorite show – this season! Potential major spoilers ahead!
Vice President Joe Biden meets Leslie Knope—future president and the woman who has always been in love with him—in next week’s installment of Parks and Rec Season 5. Remember Knope’s line, “Joe Biden is on my celebrity sex list — well, he is my celebrity sex list,” as you watch the preview video.
This Thursday’s installment of Parks and Rec Season 5, “Ben’s Parents” welcomes Glenne Headly and Breaking Bad‘s Jonathan Banks as guest stars. Photos have been released, and we’ve shared our thoughts on last week’s magical episode.
The man known on and off screen for his sexy and bushy ‘stache, Nick Offerman, who plays Parks and Rec‘s Ron Swanson, reveals the secret behind his legendary upper lip decor in a new video titled, “How to Grow a Mustache with Nick Offerman.” And we sprinkled in a few of his other videos too.
Lucy Lawless, aka Xena Warrior Princess, aka Ron Swanson’s new lady interest, returns to Parks and Rec Season 5 in this week’s episode “Halloween Surprise,” which airs at 9:30 p.m. Thursday on NBC.
Oh, you read that correctly. The one and only Leslie Knope will be conducting a sex education class for the seniors—aka elderly—of Pawnee in this episode of Parks and Rec season 5. Photos and further details below.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced today that female funny ladies Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the 70th Annual Golden Globes on NBC.
Promoted only as The Greatest Event in Television History building up to its debut this past Thursday/Friday, Adult Swim has now made available the special written by Jon Hamm and Adam Scott.
While Parks and Rec won’t air this week, news is surfacing about Season 5. Megan Mullally, best known as Karen from Will and Grace, returns to Parks and Recreation season 5 to reprise her role as Ron’s second ex-wife Tammy. Only Mullally could be a worthy opponent of Ron Swanson’s new attraction: Diane, played by Lucy Lawless.
Parks and Recreation season 5 continues at 9:30 p.m. Thursday on NBC with “How a Bill Becomes a Law,” which features the arrival of much-awaited guest star Lucy Lawless, the same woman who brought us Xena, Warrior Princess.
Parks and Recreation season 5 continues at 9:30 p.m. this Thursday, but in the meantime check out this video of the best moments from our favorite oblivious literalist Perd Hapley, one of the premiere broadcast journalists in Pawnee.
If you missed the first episode of Parks and Recreation Season 5, you can catch the second episode featuring Pawnee “we’re overrun by raccoons and obese toddlers” Indiana at 9:30 p.m. tomorrow on NBC, and the issue of obese toddlers will be addressed (no, seriously).
If you’re missing the Kathryn Hahn of Parks and Recreation’s season 4 – literally, who could forget her trist with you know who — she is back and ready for action in Parks and Recreation season 5. And she’s not the only guest star making an appearance: Lucy Lawless and comedian Jon Glaser join the cast.
Leslie Knope has always wanted to be a leading female politician (remember the PSA for her City Council campaign?), and in the Parks and Recreation season 5 premiere, she meets a few of the real leading ladies of Washington, D.C. Check out the video clip released below.