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Saturday, October 31, 2009

Greg Pikitis-Deleted Scene 2

Greg Pikitis-Deleted Scene 1

Rashida Jones and Chris Pratt dish on P&R

Highlights from a conference call with Rashida Jones and Chris Pratt:

Rashida on the possibility of Ann and Andy getting back together: You know, I don’t think it’s an impossibility. I think there’s still love in Ann’s heart for Andy. I think so much would have to change for him to be OK with her. But I don’t think it’s an impossibility.

Chris on whether Andy will start dating: I think that Andy’s undying devotion toward Ann is one of the only things that sort of redeems him, so I hope not. I hope that he just keeps pining after Ann for 10 seasons to come. That would be the best for me.

Chris on the nude scenes: Yeah, let’s just say there was a dance belt included and it was uncomfortable. They kind of just are these little things that cover up your junk, but it was almost as if I was wearing nothing at all. Yeah.

Rashida on the show clicking more in the second season: It just takes time. I think for the actors, for the writers, for the audience, you just need some time to settle into what the characters actually are, and what’s funny about their dynamics. And I’m super grateful that people gave us a shot to get there but I definitely think it takes about 10 episodes to even know what anything is, you know? I mean, you watch some early Seinfeld, you watch some early Sex and the City, it’s nothing like the show turned out to be; the things that people loved about that show did not exist at the beginning of that show, you know.

To read more, follow the link below.

Link: Rashida Jones and Chris Pratt Talk Parks and Recreation

Aziz at Comedy Death Ray for $5

On November 3, Aziz Ansari will align with Todd Glass, Moshe Kasher, Sara Benincasa and more for Comedy Death-Ray at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Hollywood. Tickets for the event are just $5.

Here’s the official description:

“The world’s best comedy night!” Comedy Death-Ray originated in 2002 and is the brainchild of performers / creators Scott Aukerman & BJ Porter (Mr. Show). It’s a unique mix of stand-up comedy, characters & sketch that brought a sense of fun back to Los Angeles’ alternative comedy scene. CDR is the place to see today’s comedy greats (Bob Odenkirk, Patton Oswalt, David Cross, Louis CK, etc.) and tomorrow’s innovators play in an ever-changing “anything can happen” environment!

Here’s the basics:
What: Comedy Death-Ray
When: Tuesday, November 3 @ 8:30 p.m.
Where: Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre Los Angeles
Address: 5919 Franklin Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028
Phone: (323) 908-8702
Cost: $5 | Get tickets

Greg Pikitis Ratings

Overnights: 4.80 million viewers, 2.0/5 rating/share in adults 18-49

Lead in: Community (5.32 million viewers, 2.1/6 rating/share in adults 18-49)
Lead out: The Office (8.21 million viewers, 4.2/10 rating/share in adults 18-49)

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Amy on Ellen!

Amy Poehler to guest on The Tonight Show, Ellen

Amy Poehler will be on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien on Wednesday, November 4 @ 11:35/10:35c. The following day, she’ll be on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Check your local listings for time and channel.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

KaBOOM! Poll Results

You Voted!

KaBOOM! came in with a score of 8.7

Heres how it ranked in the overall season scores:

Beauty Pageant-9
Pawnee Zoo-9
Practice Date-8.8
KaBOOM!- 8.7
The Stakeout-8
Sister City-7

Yahoo! names Aziz fall's #1 MVP

Yahoo!'s Angel Cohn reports that Parks and Rec has improved greatly and theres been a lot more Tom. coincidence? he thinks not!

Congrats, Aziz!!!

Link: TVs most valuable fall performers

P&R Diversity Awards

Parks and Recreation to win ensemble prize at the 17th annual Diversity Awards
On November 22, Parks and Recreation will be honored as TV’s Favorite New Comedy Ensemble at the Multicultural Motion Picture Association’s 17th annual Diversity Awards in Beverly Hills.

Other shows set to receive prizes are Fox’s Glee (Favorite New Television Cast Ensemble), CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles (Favorite New Television Action Drama) and ABC Family’s Lincoln Heights (Favorite Family Drama Ensemble).

Link: Click Here!

Monday, October 26, 2009

"Greg Pikitis" messages Knope Knows!

Exclusive: Greg Pikitis — a.k.a. Cody Klop — messages Knope Knows!

Cody Klop, a student at Calabasas High School in Los Angeles, plays the titular character in this week’s Halloween-themed episode of Parks and Recreation, called “Greg Pikitis“.

Earlier today, Cody was kind enough to send a message to Knope Knows about his experience on the Parks set. Here’s what he had to say:

Hello this is Cody Klop. I played Greg Pikitis in the upcoming Halloween episode of Parks and Recreation. This was an amazing experience. The entire cast and crew were awesome and super nice. I filmed for a week on this episode and it sure beat the heck out of school, that’s for sure. It was my most exciting week of summer and “I’ve got a feeling” that it will be a good episode or at least i hope. My character is super cool and was a very fun role to play.

Thanks, Cody!

Greg Pikitis Preview

Sunday, October 25, 2009

EW names P&R one of the fall's most creatively improved shows!

From Michael Ausiello:

When it debuted last spring, Amy Poehler’s workplace comedy was a snooze and a half. But apparently, while I was sleeping it got better. Lots better. What happened? “I don’t think magical fairy dust was sprinkled over the show,” co-creator Michael Schur says. “I just think we’re getting better at it.” Indeed, Poehler has dialed down her performance as deputy parks director Leslie Knope, and the strong supporting cast, including Rashida Jones and Aziz Ansari, is jelling.

Link: Fall’s best and worst: ‘Modern Family,’ ‘Parks and Recreation,’ ‘90210,’ ‘SNL,’ and more!

Aziz at UCB in NY

Aziz Ansari to do free show at UCB-NY on October 26

Aziz Ansari will be dropping by Whiplash at Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York on Monday, October 26. The show, hosted by Leo Allen, starts at 11 p.m.

According to Aziz’s Twitter, he’ll be using similar material to his last set of New York shows.

What: Whiplash (hosted by Leo Allen)
When: Monday, October 26 @ 11 p.m.
Where: Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre New York
Address: 307 W. 26th St., New York, NY 10001
Phone: (212) 366-9176
Cost: FREE! | Make a Reservation

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Amy in People

As an adult living in New York City, Halloween is a little redundant," says the Parks and Recreations star. "For a long time, I got to wear a lot of wigs and dress up. I always wanted to take a break from that [because] I was never a very big Halloween person, but maybe that will change."

That's because this Halloween Poehler, 38, has somebody else to dress up: Her son, Archie, will turn 1 on Oct. 25.

"This year has been an outstanding year and really a thrilling one," she says. "It's gone by really, really fast and I can't believe he's 1."

"Children are amazing for so many reasons and one of them is that they kind of punctuate your life," she says of the milestone. "Often our lives go by so fast without enjoying the moment and being able to reflect. When you have a person living in your house that is growing next to you it's just amazing to watch and reflect the passage of time."

A Special Day
Come Sunday, she'll have more to celebrate than just a birthday. Nickelodeon is premiering a special Halloween episode of Poehler's cartoon, The Mighty B! (11:30 a.m. EST).

The show is based on the character Bessie Higgenbottom, whom Poehler describes as "this feisty, plucky, bossy, Honey Bee scout, who goes on all these adventures in hopes of collecting all these badges." "She's our hero," Poehler says, "and when she's in trouble or needs to dig deep she turns into the Mighty B, which is a superhero in her mind."
The Mighty B!

In the episode, entitled "Catatonic," Bessie decides to dress up like a cat for Halloween. "[The] cat suit has kind of special powers and things go kind of crazy," Poehler says.

But that cat costume was not inspired by something Poehler wore as a kid.

"I grew up with a working mom so I had a lot of last-minute costumes, which can be fun," she says. "I think I rocked the gypsy look for one year too many – which I don't even think is a politically correct term anymore. I think I was a hobo maybe one year too many – again, not sure if 'hobo' is a politically correct term."

Friday, October 23, 2009

KaBOOM-Deleted Scene Two

How long do you think he walked naked down the street?

KaBOOM - Deleted Scene One

It's shovel time at the playground for Ann and Leslie!

Parks Picked up!!!!!

Parks and Recreation is picked up for a full season!!!!!
heres the press release link: Hell Yes!!!

Kaboom ratings!

Overnights: 4.98 million viewers, 2.1/6 rating/share in adults 18-49

Notes: At 4.98 million viewers, “Kaboom” is the most watched Parks and Recreation episode of season two. Its 2.1 rating in adults 18-49 is also up 5% compared to last week’s “Sister City”.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Kaboom Poll!

The Onion gives Kaboom an A!

The AV Club:
Right around the time Parks & Recreation returned for its stellar second season, I started thinking about the episode grading happening over here. Every episode was so much better than the one before it, so I was beginning to wonder what the show would have to do for an A. I figured I'd just have to be confident that I'd know it when I saw it.
Then I saw Chris Pratt show up to Anne's house completely naked, run around for a while, then put on an apron covering only the front part of his buff-ness. And I knew I had to see no more.
That scene was by far the highlight of the series, and demonstrates something key about season two of P&R: The characters have to keep us guessing. Season one mostly laid the groundwork, and found each character except Ron Swanson returning to stock, flat jokes every week—which says something, given the show hadn't even been on for very long. But now the characters have been winding up, bouncing off each other in unexpected ways, and the results are fresh, like a cereal box you realize you haven't read yet.
Of course, it helps that this ensemble-focused show isn't shying away from outrageousness, and this was one of the more outrageous episodes of them all. The parks department volunteers with a charity called Kaboom, that builds playgrounds in one day, and the sudden spark of motion gets Leslie thinking about ways she can jump start the pit beautification project. Only one person has anything resembling a reasonable idea, and it's Mark with the crazy notion that Leslie should just fill in the pit herself. Take action now, ask for forgiveness later. And because of her Kaboom experience and Anne's neverending support, she thinks the idea's just crazy enough to work. She goes out and rents a truck, starts putting dirt down, and realizes Andy is being covered—and he intends to sue the city for this.
While last week's episode suffered from being too Leslie-focused, this episode shined by once again sharing the limelight. Leslie got to plunge into the depths of her own patheticness by going through credit card purchases over the phone ("man pillow: the pillow shaped like a man; something called 'bucket o cake' "); Tom, always eager for more Leslie gossip, gets to listen in and giggle. Ron's grumpy attitude at the Kaboom site, followed by his angry outpouring towards Leslie ("What the ka-fuck were you thinking?") demonstrates once again that the character's a delight when he couldn't care less about anything that's going on. Even Anne got a few jokes in, though her moments were strongest when she played off other characters, like clearly opting for the "kick" hat and leaving Leslie to wear the "ass" one.
And Andy, oh boy. Over the last few weeks, we've watched Andy's steady decline. In season one, he was content knowing things with Anne were good, that she'd never dump him, but obviously he was delusional; these season two Andy-centric episodes have continued the delusional streak, this time about whether or not Andy's going to get back together with her. And we see much of that in the first half of the episode. Andy shows up unannounced to the Kaboom site, proudly proclaiming that he's living now with his drummer—in a house with a roof, he doesn't mean to brag—and trying to get his life together. He's even quick to cover up the pit dump in the hopes that he remain in good standing with Anne over at the hospital; after all, she's been waiting on him hand-and-foot, and Andy's too enamored to realize it's just her job. So he puts himself out there, and she rejects him. Not like the other rejections: she makes it very clear that Mark has everything Andy does not. Everything. A job, financial security, an apartment, his life together, everything. For the first time, we see Andy in the kind of pain that might have him doing something sensible, like sue the city for money so he can get himself together (that's sensible to him).
Which leads me back to the nakedness moment. He's clearly in a sorry state, so hearing from Anne puts him so outrageously over the top, he's willing to bound over to her place, naked as the day he was born, with such glee and optimism it's impossible not to laugh. I feel that way about this show at its best; when its bits are surprising and completely committed—Leslie trying to erase the marker, realizing it's permanent; "I can't really do her voice"—they soar. Let's go Parks & Rec, one of the funniest shows on TV right now.
Stray observations:
The entire office's inexplicable hatred for Jerry reminds me of The Office and Toby, and it gives the characters something else to play with.
"I like saying no."
H. Jon Benjamin: Greatest comedy resume on the planet?

Amy on the cover of Emmy

The Ayes Have It: Amy Poehler
From a whirlwind year that included nailing her first Emmy nomination, channeling Hillary Clinton on SNL and having a baby, Amy Poehler segued into her own primetime series — and another Emmy nom. It’s a good thing for viewers that this funny lady — who loves to play the optimist — likes saying yes.

Getting Wired With Chris

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Sister City Poll Results

You Voted!
Sister City came in with a score of 7

Heres how it ranked in the overall seasons scores:

Beauty Pageant-9
Pawnee Zoo-9
Practice Date-8.8
The Stakeout-8
Sister City-7

Buried Alive

IGN: So are you ever getting out of The Pit? It looks like some things might get shaken up in the next episode ["Kaboom"].

Chris Pratt: The episode coming up this Thursday is sort of The Pit’s swan song. Through a certain series of events, Andy gets buried alive. It becomes his ticket, in his mind, to get Ann back. And to also get out of The Pit. This Thursday is the last time you’re going to see The Pit. They’re turning it into a lot. And with that, apparently, comes a whole new list of dilemmas.

20 questions for Aziz

1. The latest book or movie that made you cry?

"Up" came pretty close. The silent montage of the relationship in the beginning was maybe the most amazing, beautiful thing I've ever seen in any movie. I was also surprised to find out that the kid was Asian. I didn't notice that at all! Pixar should make their 3-D depiction of Asians more racist looking so it's easier to tell.

2. The fictional character most like you?

Wow. This is tough. I'll say Dr. Grant from "Jurassic Park." I like to think I'm pretty level-headed and if kids were trapped in a Ford Explorer getting attacked by a dinosaur I would make an effort to save them, as opposed to go hiding in the toilet like that weasely lawyer.

3. The greatest album, ever?

Nelly's concept album, "Sweatsuit." Disc 1, the Sweat Disc, features uptempto party jams and Disc 2, the Suit Disc, is more serious hip hop to listen to when you are in a formal setting.

It's either that or the Beatles' White Album. Actually, yeah, it's probably the White Album.

4. "Star Trek" or "Star Wars"?

"Star Wars." I have to admit when I see the ""Star Wars" version" of things I do get a little excited. You know what I'm talking about? Like the Call of Duty mods that let you play the game as StormTroopers? That would have been dope on "Goldeneye" for Nintendo 64.

Speaking of which, why isn't "Goldeneye" on Xbox Live? Rare and Microsoft need to figure that out or someone needs to make a bootleg version somehow. Wait, what's that sound? Oh, it's the sound of any girl that was interested in sleeping with me changing her mind.

5. Your ideal brain food?

I feel like apples are a good brain food and strawberry yogurt. I eat that on set a lot and it seems good for you. That's based on nothing, though.

Can I just recommend some taco places in LA, instead? I don't know brain food, but I do know tacos. There's a taco truck in Echo Park in L.A. called Taco Zone and they have a great off-menu special called the mulita. Get the carne suadero mulita. So good.

Also, go to the Alibi Room in Culver City and get some Kogi. The Kogi taco trucks have crazy lines, but the Kogi at the Alibi room is the same thing, arguably better because it has an expanded menu. Get the short rib sliders and a spicy pork kimchi quesadilla (not on the menu).

Also, Best Fish Taco in Ensenada on Hillhurst is dope. Get two fish and one shrimp. And the carne asada taco at Yuca's on Hillhurst is great, too.

6. You're proud of this accomplishment, but why?

I once went on a taco tour with a friend who was visiting me and hit up all those taco places I mentioned above in one day.

7. You want to be remembered for ...?

The accomplishments of a more respected, similarly looking bearded Indian man.

8. Of those who've come before, the most inspirational are?

I take a lot of inspiration from the people that are doing my favorite work now.

9. The creative masterpiece you wish bore your signature?

The Thai food at Jitlada.

10. Your hidden talents ...?

Foosball, ping pong, guitar playing, and I'm also great at splitting checks with a large party at a restaurant.

11. The best piece of advice you actually followed?

"You should try the carne suadero mulita."

12. The best thing you ever bought, stole, or borrowed?

The best thing I stole is three Chick-fil-a chicken nuggets that I snatched from a sample tray at a mall food court in Florence, S.C., after already having my one alotted sample. "Yeah, these are for my brother, my dad, and my mom." That idiot, I ate all of them!

13. You feel best in Armani or Levis or ...?

Osh Kosh B'Gosh for Men (it's a hard to fine clothing line, but it's out there).

14. Your dinner guest at the Ritz would be?

The Dalai Lama, but only if he's up for splitting a few things, so we can get a good taste of the whole menu in one sitting. Otherwise, my friend Alan or my friend Jason, they are usually down to split stuff.

15. Time travel: where, when and why?

I would go to right before Marty was about to go into the store where he saw the Sports Almanac and prevent him from ever seeing it or getting that idea, thus preventing them from having to deal with the Biff centric alternate timeline altogether. (That's a reference to "Back to the Future," for those not in the know.)

16. Stress management: hit man, spa vacation or Prozac?


17. Essential to life: coffee, vodka, cigarettes, chocolate, or ...?


18. Environ of choice: city or country, and where on the map?

City. Montreal.

19. What do you want to say to the leader of your country?

"Cream on the inside, clean on the outside! Cream on the inside, clean on the outside! Ice- ice- i- -ice cream paint job!" (That's a reference to "Ice Cream Paint Job" by Dorrough, for those not in the know.)

20. Last but certainly not least, what are you working on, now?

"Parks and Recreation" Season 2, my standup special/CD/DVD, "Intimate Moments for a Sensual Evening," which should be out in a few months (probably January), other things that aren't fully figured out yet, and getting chubbier because I eat too much delicious food.

More Kaboom Info!

Thursday’s Parks and Recreation episode, “Kaboom“, actually features a real playground-building organization — similarly named KaBOOM! — that was specifically written into the episode as part of the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s volunteer week.

As it states in NBC’s official summary for “Kaboom“, members of the Pawnee Parks Department volunteer their time to help KaBOOM! build a playground for a neighboring town. To prep for the episode, three KaBOOM! project managers worked directly with Parks’ set designers to build a playground with the cast.

KnopeKnows asked KaBOOM!’s communications director Alison Risso to share her thoughts on KaBOOM!’s representation in the episode. Here’s what she had to say:

We’ve been working hand in hand with the folks over at Parks and Recreation, so our reaction is really pleased. … I think folks will be able to tell where the real organization ends and the parody begins.

Risso also mentioned that “Kaboom” will be screened in the KaBOOM! offices on Thursday night. During the show, the organization plans to tweet “fun facts” (via its official Twitter @kaboomplay) that Parks may have gotten wrong.

To learn more about KaBOOM!, check out the organization’s FAQ here.

Here’s some on-set photos:

Ron and Tammy synopsis

The war of the exes—Megan Mullally (“Will and Grace”) guest stars- Leslie (Amy Poehler) is upset when she learns the library department wants to take over her lot. Making matters worse, the library is run by Ron’s (Nick Offerman) ex-wife Tammy (played by Offerman’s real-life wife Megan Mullally), who still has a powerful emotional hold on him. Meanwhile, Andy (Chris Pratt) gets a job in hopes of winning Ann (Rashida Jones) back.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Greg Pikitis Pictures

Poor Ann (Rashida Jones) wants her Halloween party to be fun. Hint: You'll have to do more than dress up like a sad Raggedy Ann. Oh, get it? Ann? Raggedy Ann?
Intern April (Aubrey Plaza) looks like she's taking her cue from the clowns.

Sister City Pictures

These pictures are hysterical! check them out!
Sister City Pics here

SNL: The best of Amy Poehler!

It’s here! It’s here! Saturday Night Live: The Best of Amy Poehler is now available in stores! Though it lists for $19.99, Amazon.com is selling it for $12.99.

Amazon: Click Here!

Aziz at Largo!

According to "Aziz is bored"

Little Room Comedy at the Little Room at Largo
Wednesday, October 21st at 10PM (Doors at 9:30PM) [DATE CORRECTED, I APOLOGIZE]
366 N. La Cienega Blvd.
$5 and 2 drink minimum

Paul F. Tompkins
Aziz Ansari
Kyle Kinane
Harris Wittles
and MORE!

Call 310-855-0350 to make reservations.

Only about 50 seats in the little room, so if you want a ticket - call Largo now to make a reservation. (We won’t upgrade to the large room).



Monday, October 19, 2009

The Badgers Promise

Harris Wittels, writer of “The Practice Date“, presents a night of comedy with Armen Weitzman on October 25 at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in Los Angeles.

Armen Weitzman and Harris Wittels present an evening of live humor and in-depth interviews with their comedy friends. This is a night of epic feelings. We are always laughing at the UCB, but what if we were life-ing? I'd say it would be pretty different than the other nights. Come experience life.

RON PERLMAN (Hellboy, Sons of Anarchy)
STEVEN WEBER (Wings, Dracula: Dead and Loving It)
Ron Lynch
as always: Jarrett Grode

Tickets are just $5! Click Here!

What: The Badger’s Promise
When: Sunday, October 25 @ 9:30 p.m.
Where: Upright Citizens Brigade Theater
Address: 5919 Franklin St., Hollywood, CA

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Practice Date Deleted Scenes 3

Ron explains his scale of hottness.

Practice Date Deleted Scene 2

A sex scandal rocks the city of Pawnee.

Practice Date Deleted Scene 1

Leslie compares a first date to a job interview.

Beauty Pageant Deleted Scene 3

Tom and Leslie clash over the winner of the pageant.

Beauty Pageant Deleted Scene 2

Anne clarifies a point with Mark to avoid a misunderstanding.

Beauty Pageant Deleted Scene 1

Leslie gives April a list of 'don't dos' for the beauty pageant.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

I Forgot to Mention

Embarrising! I was on Tv Guide.com and i was bored its 1 in the morning what else better do i have to do then look at the Emmy Pictures again...heehee! Anyway this came up!

TV Guide Network Fashion Team's Best Dressed Couple

Hit:Will Arnett and Amy Poehler look very chic in their matching black outfits. Poehler's very flattering mermaid dress and Arnett's sharp black suit earn these lovebirds Fashion Team's pick for Best Dressed couple.

Yeppers! Will Arnett and Amy Poehler were voted Best Dressed! of course they were!

Friday, October 16, 2009

Sister City Nielsen Ratings

October 15, 2009: Sister City
Overnights: 4.53 million viewers, 2.0/6 rating/share in adults 18-49

Lead in: Community (5.09 million viewers, 2.0/6 rating/share in adults 18-49)
Lead out: The Office (8.08 million viewers, 4.0/10 rating/share in adults 18-49)

Notes: “Sister City” scored a 2.0 rating in adults 18-49, which is down from the season-high 2.2 from last week. The episode’s total audience also fell 10% (from 4.97 million to 4.53 million).

More Episodes?!?

Community and Parks and Recreation should get some extra episodes ordered later today. Both shows earned a 2.0/6 [rating in adults 18-49], which isn’t great– but it’s consistent. Patience has paid off before for NBC and comedies, and new chief Jeff Gaspin has said he doesn’t want to needlessly make changes to the Peacock schedule.

For season two, NBC initially ordered 13 episodes of Parks and Recreation. If the network were to extend Parks’ season, NBC would likely order nine additional episodes. In the entertainment industry, this is referred to as “ordering the back nine”.

Viva Pawnee!

Henning fog of Entertianment Weekly reports in her Sister City recap that Parks and Recreation is "the best comedy on NBC right now!"

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Sister City Poll

Aziz on Attack of the Show

Heres the link: Interview

Practice Date Poll Results

You Voted!
Practice Date came in with a score of 8.8

Heres how it ranked in the overall seasons scores

Beauty Pageant- 9
Pawnee Zoo- 9
Practice Date- 8.8
The Stakeout- 8

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Sister City-Behind the Scenes!

P&R Renew/Cancel Status

TV by the Numbers has changed Parks and Recreations renew/cancel status from "likely to be canceled by May 2010" to "some danger of being canceled by May 2010"!

I know that both of those have the word cancel in them but this is fabulous news! BELIEVE ME!

P&Rs index figures have risen 7% and its average audience has risen 5%!!!

This is an improvement but dose not guarantee anything so keep telling the universe not to cancel it!!! Put out good vibes!!!

Aziz on Letterman

David Letterman

Shared via AddThis

Greg Pikitis synopsis

“Greg Pikitis”-LESLIE IS TORMENTED BY A TEENAGE NEMESIS—SPECIAL HALLOWEEN EPISODE—Leslie (Amy Poehler) enlists the help of Dave (guest star Louis C.K.) and Andy (Chris Pratt) in order to catch a local teen vandal. Meanwhile, Ann (Rashida Jones) struggles to make her Halloween party fun, and gets help from an unlikely source.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Sister City-preview 3

Sister City-preview 2

Sister City-preview 1

P&R most satisfying comedy of the week!

Entertainment Weekly, Parks and Recreation’s latest episode “was the most satisfying comedy of the week”!

Writes EW staffer Henning Fog:

It was Parks that managed to be sweet and sharp and absolutely hilarious all in the same half hour. A show that just last spring was struggling to find a voice for its main character was able to combine juvenile office games, blossoming romance, and jazz saxophone all into a believable story line. Gold stars to Amy Poehler and company. You guys are making me so proud!


Aziz Ansari’s Late Show appearance is tonight at 11:35/10:35c on CBS!

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Bones War!


Today Aziz Ansari declared the following:

Is Bones key demo 8-12? RT @SpareMeBones You'd make a great murder victim on #Bones. Comedian who is a victim because he's NOT funny!

Hey @SpareMeBones, I'm gonna ask my friend @HartHanson for "Bones" spoilers and Tweet the shit out of them at you! HAHAHAH!

Ok @SpareMeBones. SPOILER: David Boreanaz character wil drive his car into a lake to die cause the events of the show are so boring.

BONES SPOILER: In episode 5, David Boreanaz breaks the 4th wall and says to camera: "This show sucks huge cock, get me out of here!"

Ok Bones war is over for tonight, back to shooting! Halloween episode, going late tonight...

Aubrey Plaza will not accept defeat!

I HATED BONES before @azizansari ever did. #BonesWarIsNotOver

I just realized that #Bones is actually a pretty fantastic show.


Friday, October 9, 2009

New Link!

Check out PawneePit's new link!

Enjoy your voyage to jazz

Practice Date Ratings

Overnights: 4.97 million viewers, 2.2/6 rating/share in adults 18-49

Notes: “The Practice Date” earned Parks and Recreation’s best numbers of the season in total viewers and adults 18-49. The episode was up 7% in total viewers and 16% in adults 18-49 in comparison to last week’s episode, “Beauty Pageant”.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Practice Date Poll

Beauty Pageant Results

Beauty Pageant scored a whopping 9/10 in the polls!

which is 10% higher than last weeks The Stakeout poll

On Tonight!!!

TONIGHT! Practice Date!

Summary: LESLIE PRACTICES FOR HER FIRST DATE WITH DAVE– LOUIS C.K. (”LUCKY LOUIE”) GUEST STARS– Leslie (Amy Poehler) is nervous about her first date with Dave (guest star Louis C.K.), so Ann (Rashida Jones) takes her on a practice date to help her prepare. Meanwhile, after a local councilman is caught up in a sex scandal, Tom (Aziz Ansari), Ron (Nick Offerman), April (Aubrey Plaza) and Mark (Paul Schneider) decide to see who can uncover the worst dirt on each other.


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Aziz to be on The Late Show!

Set your TiVOs! Aziz Ansari will be on the Late Show with David Letterman on Tuesday, October 13 at 11:35!

Here’s what Aziz (@azizansari) had to say about the event:

Aubrey Plaza Video


Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Kaboom Synopsis

NATIONAL SERVICE WEEK INSPIRES LESLIE—Leslie (Amy Poehler), Ann (Rashida Jones) and the rest of the Parks Department volunteer to help the organization KaBOOM! build a playground for a neighboring town. After building an entire playground in one day, Leslie gets frustrated at the (lack of) progress with the pit, and takes some advice from Mark (Paul Schneider) to cut through the red tape.

Friday, October 2, 2009

P&R Hoodie

Join Leslie Knope and the rest of the Pawnee Parks & Recreation team in this classic, black hoody featuring the department seal.

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Chris Pratt on Carson Daly

The Stakeout Deleted Scene 3

The Stakeout Deleted Scene 2

A few strategies for calming people down.

Beauty Pageant Nielsen Ratings

October 1, 2009: Beauty Pageant
Overnights: 4.63 million viewers, 1.9/5 rating/share in adults 18-49

Notes: “Beauty Pageant” was up 9.7% in total viewers and 5.5% in adults 18-49 in comparison to last week’s episode, “The Stakeout”. The episode also improved upon its lead in (SNL Weekend Update Thursday) in adults 18-49.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Beauty Pageant Poll

The Stakeout Poll

Well you voted! The Stakeout ranked in at 8!

stay tuned for the Beauty Pageant poll!

Megan Mullally to Guest Star on P&R

Megan Mullally will guest star on Parks and Recreation, Rashida Jones tells TVGuide.com exclusively.

The Will & Grace star will play the ex-wife of Amy Poehler’s character’s boss.

“She’s married to Nick Offerman, who plays Ron Swanson, but they play exes on the show,” Jones said.

Mullally is currently shooting her episode, which will air on Oct. 29. In last week’s episode, Ron was incapacitated with a hernia. Could his ex-wife cause him similar pain?

Beauty Pageant Pictures