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'Parks and Recreation': Andy and April Are Getting a Web Series

by Chris Harnick, posted Nov 3rd 2011 4:45PM
Parks and Rec WebisodesNot a hoax! Not a dream! NBC is giving us more 'Parks and Recreation'!

Our favorite Pawnee lovebirds, Andy (Chris Pratt) and April (Aubrey Plaza), will star in their very own series of webisodes.

According to EW, NBC.com will debut five webisodes of the comedy after the Thurs., Nov. 3 airing of the hit comedy. The webisodes spin out from the 'End of the World' episode and follow Andy and April as they embark on a road trip.

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Chris Pratt Says 'Parks and Recreation' Season 4 Is the Best Season Yet

by Moviefone Staff, posted Sep 14th 2011 7:30PM
Chris Pratt may be the nicest guy in Hollywood. Hell, he may be the nicest guy in the history of the world. Best known as the lovable goofball -- and one-time jerk; we'll get to that -- Andy Dwyer on the critically acclaimed NBC sitcom 'Parks and Recreation,' the affable Pratt now finds himself co-staring opposite Brad Pitt in 'Moneyball.' Or, as Pratt bluntly puts it, "What the f*ck am I doing in this room with this guy?"

At the Toronto Film Festival, Moviefone's Mike Ryan caught up with Pratt for a wide-ranging conversation that covered his 'Moneyball' role as catcher-turned-first baseman Scott Hatteberg, and the evolution of his 'Parks and Rec' character Andy, from a**hole to puppy dog.

Check out the best 'Parks and Rec' bits after the jump, then head on over to Moviefone to check out the conversation in its entirety.

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Chris Pratt Falls Down a Lot on 'Parks and Recreation'

by Jean Bentley, posted Apr 14th 2011 3:30PM
Chris PrattThere's a lot to be thankful for in this world. Yeah, sure, there's family and happiness and all that good stuff, but there's also the little things -- like how some genius at NBC realized just how hilarious Chris Pratt is, and how funny it is when he falls down.

It's been a long, cold 'Parks and Recreation'-less few weeks, so please enjoy this collection of Chris Pratt's best pratfalls (via Vulture) as a warm-up to tonight's all new episode.

One thing to note: Andy wears his rollerblades a lot. Or at least he falls down in them a bunch...

Check out the video here. And, as you watch, think about the fact that Pratt's Andy on 'Parks and Rec' is essentially a grown-up version of Luke from 'Modern Family.' (Amirite?!)

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'Everwood' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by Chris Harnick, posted Jun 22nd 2010 4:00PM
Everwood'Everwood' was one of the WB's most beloved family dramas. The series followed Dr. Andy Brown and his two kids, Ephram and Delia, as they adjusted to their life in Everwood, a small Colorado hamlet, after the death of Julia Brown. To honor his wife's wishes, Dr. Brown left his high-profile medical career and transplanted his kids from New York City to Everwood.

The series ran for four years; it met its end when WB/UPN merged in 2006. When word came of the cancellation, 'Everwood' fans rallied to save their show and erected a Ferris wheel in Los Angeles to mimic the series finale.

'Everwood' has been slowly released on DVD. The most recent set, season 3, hit shelves on June 15, five years after it aired. Tell me I'm not alone in 'Everwood' nostalgia and join me for a return to the sleepy Colorado town with this "Where Are They Now?" (Cue the swelling piano and violin cords of the theme song.)

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Nick Offerman on Being Ron "F@%&in'" Swanson

by Joel Keller, posted Feb 11th 2010 2:01PM
Nick Offerman of Parks and RecreationWhen viewers and critics first saw the government-hating parks director Ron Swanson on 'Parks and Recreation,' they didn't quite know what to make of him. Is he just a hard-ass? Or was there more to him?

Well, as the show has improved so has viewers' opinion of Ron, played by Nick Offerman. In the first half of 'Parks and Rec's' second season, Swanson has become a favorite of fans and critics; we've seen his love of breakfast food, his ability to build a small harp while drinking, and his secret life as smooth jazz stylist Duke Silver. And the 'stache... oh, the 'stache. It's the best one on primetime since Tom Selleck's.

When I was at the NBC party at the TCAs last month, I spoke to Offerman about how Swanson has developed, having his real-life wife (Megan Mullally) play Swanson's ex, and if we're going to see more of Swanson's jazzy alter ego.

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Parks & Recreation: Rock Show (season finale)

by Jason Hughes, posted May 15th 2009 12:18PM
Parks and Recreation
(S01E06)
Ah, so that's how they're going to do it. While the pit was still the underlying thrust of the episode, the stories were more about the characters and relationships. And realizing even more what a big dumb sap Mark is. It's really more a testament of Leslie's own insecurities and issues that she's so hung up on him because he is even more lame than Tom. At least Tom is charismatic and charming, in his own creepy way. Mark is just creepy, a lot older than he seems to think and kind of a doofus.

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