Episode descriptions for the next three episodes of Parks and Recreation have been released! These three episodes will lead us right up to the April 24th season finale!
THURSDAY, APRIL 3RD at 8:300PM: THE PARKS DEPARTMENT SAVES PROM – Leslie helps organize the high school’s Senior Prom, and battles with Ron over the future employment of a bright high school senior. Andy takes an unwilling April as his date, and Tom is tasked with DJ’ing and agrees to let Ben help.
“FLU SEASON 2”
THURSDAY, APRIL 10TH at 8:30PM: THE FLU RAVAGES PAWNEE AGAIN – In the midst of flu season, a sick Leslie and Andy struggle to book performers for the Unity Concert. Meanwhile, Tom heads to a wine competition in search of a sommelier for his new restaurant, and Ben seeks drunken help from Ron with a personal problem.
“ONE IN 8,0000”
THURSDAY, APRIL 17TH at 8:30PM: THE PARKS DEPARTMENT PREPARES FOR THE UNITY CONCERT – Leslie and Ben run a charity auction to raise funds for the unity concert. April steps in to manage Andy’s schedule, while Donna asks Ron for help with her ex-boyfriend.
Last week, the cast of Parks and Recreation attended PaleyFest! I’ve included a video of Adam on the red carpet, where he briefly talks about what fans can expect from the season finale, as well as 34 high quality images from the red carpet and the event!
I’ve added 300 HD screencaps from the 14th episode of the season – The Wall – to the gallery! I’ll have more caps – from the episode that aired this past week – added to the gallery soon!
Hi everyone! I’m Ashley and I’m so honored to be taking over Adam Scott Fan where the amazing Ray left off! I’m so happy to be working on this site and bringing you more photos and news of Adam!
To start out, I’ve added 525 HD screencaps – 1080p in size – of this Thursday’s episode of Parks and Recreation! Check out a few samples below or follow the link to the gallery to view the entire set!
UTSanDiego.com — Like many people in the United States, Adam Scott is an adult child of divorce. He doesn’t really like to talk about it. Or maybe he doesn’t like to talk about it with reporters he’s never met.
All he’ll say is this: “My upbringing was healthy and terrific. The whole divorce was amicable and peaceful. My siblings and I never saw animosity between our parents.” In stark contrast, the character Scott plays in the new film “A.C.O.D.” talks about divorce all the time.
The comedy (the title stands for Adult Child of Divorce) explores what happens to kids who suffer one of those really horrible, public, bitter divorces. “I thought the subject was a little untapped,” Scott said in a recent telephone interview. “That’s what attracted me to it.”
According to the movie, when these children of divorce grow up, some get married over and over again. Others, like Scott’s character, Carter, become uptight control freaks.
And as it happens, Scott has made quite a name for himself portraying uptight control freaks. As Ben Wyatt on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” Scott plays an accountant who loves nothing more than balancing budgets. On the canceled TV series “Party Down,” he was a perpetually annoyed former actor. And in the movie “Step Brothers,” Scott epitomized the Type A personality as Will Ferrell’s annoying biological brother.
USAToday.com — “Steve Martin, David Letterman and Albert Brooks are my comic inspirations,” Adam Scott, 40, says. “With Steve and David, I really liked their WASPy matter-of-factness. With Albert, I related to the neuroses of his characters. I’d love to see the Albert version of A.C.O.D.”
Scott is referring to Adult Children of Divorce, in theaters now. His character slowly unravels trying to reunite his parents.
Scott, who also just started his 4th year season stars on NBC’s Parks and Recreationas budget consultant Ben Wyatt, has become an inspiration, too. Adolescents “loveParks and Rec,” he says, “but teenage boys really love Step Brothers. When I was that age, if I’d been able to meet the guys from Ghostbusters, I’d have lost my mind.”
The cast of NBC’s Parks and Recreation celebrate their 100th episode with Waffles and Whipped Cream!
OnTheRedCarpet.com — At the cast’s 100th episode party on Oct. 16, OTRC.com spoke to Poehler and her cast mates. The actress said the show’s milestone is not a wrap party, but a half-way point.
“They’re going to have to pry this show out of my cold, dead hands,” Poehler said to OTRC.com. “I’m not going anywhere, but I know that we have loved working here and want to continue if we can, how we can, and NBC has been very kind to keep us on the air in many cases and I’d like to think that we’ve showed them and have been showing them the kind of show that we are proud of doing. I think they’re proud of it too.”