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Ron Is "Duke Silver" on 'Parks and Recreation' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Apr 30th 2010 12:05AM
Ron Is A secret is revealed on 'Parks and Recreation' (Thu., 8:30PM ET on NBC). For some time now, bureaucrat Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) has been living a double life as hip jazz musician "Duke Silver." It's a pretty odd secret -- but, to be fair, it's also a totally cool fake name.

Watch the video after the jump.

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'Parks and Recreation' - '94 Meetings' Recap

by Kona Gallagher, posted Apr 29th 2010 10:00PM
parks and recThank you, 'Parks and Recreation,' for finally remembering that Leslie was in love with Mark. I haven't been shy when it comes to my dislike of Mark and Anne's relationship, but the thing that bugged me the most is the fact that after being in love with this guy for something like six years, she's suddenly over him. Not only is she over him, but she has no problem with her best friend dating him -- it just never seemed that believable to me.

Now, with the news of Mark and Anne possibly moving in together and getting married, we see that yes, Leslie does remember the past six years of her life, and this new development does bother her. I'm glad that they didn't make her into an emotional wreck, but the acknowledgment of, "yes, maybe the gazebo isn't the only thing that's bothering me" was really nice.

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Aziz Ansari Will Host 2010 'MTV Movie Awards'

by Danny Gallagher, posted Mar 22nd 2010 7:04PM
Aziz AnsariOne of TV's rising stars is about to get a little bit higher (not that way, Cheech).

'Parks & Recreation' star and comedian Aziz Ansari will host the next 'MTV Movie Awards' broadcast, which will air live on June 6 from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, Calif.

Some say it's the right choice at the right time since his comedy star is hotter than ever thanks to his primetime appearances and the buzz he has earned from his latest comedy special. I like to think it's MTV's way of apologizing for giving 'Human Giant' the run-around.

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Fox picks up sitcom from Parks and Recreation writer

by Danny Gallagher, posted Dec 10th 2009 10:02AM
Parks & Recreation Writer Gets a SitcomWriter Alan Yang has been a busy little boy.

He's not only been writing for the NBC comedy Parks and Recreation, but he's got two movies in the can and a third he helped rewrite. I thought I was the only human being on Earth who got no sleep because of his writing career.

Now he can add another reason to not go to bed early. Fox has picked up his pitch for a sitcom called Jackpot about a group of high school kids who win the lottery. Sounds like someone already has.

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Amy Poehler Interview for 'Parks and Recreation'

by Maggie Furlong, posted Apr 6th 2009 6:00AM
Amy Poehler"I think she's super fun to play because she's like any good comic character: She's deluded and kind of an insecure narcissist. [Laughs]"

The woman who brought Hillary Clinton, Dakota Fanning, Nancy Grace, Michael Jackson, Kelly Ripa and Britney Spears to life on 'Saturday Night Live' has a new gig -- on primetime TV.

On NBC's 'Parks and Recreation,' Amy Poehler plays Leslie Knope, a low-level government employee in Pawnee, Ind. Shot documentary-style like another NBC Thursday-night show ('Parks' comes from the producers of 'The Office'), it takes viewers inside the minutiae of politics as seen through the eyes of the incredibly naïve Knope.

AOL TV got the exclusive scoop from Poehler on the buzzed-about show and her new castmates, her dish on pal Tina Fey, funny hubby Will Arnett, their new baby and -- Oprah would be so proud -- her vision boards. -- By Maggie Furlong

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