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‘Parks and Recreation’ Final Season Promises Buff Chris Pratt and Lots of Tears

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The seventh and (weep!) final season of the low-rated, but majorly loved comedy Parks and Recreation kicks off on Tuesday, Jan. 13 on NBC at 8 PM ET. As fans prepare to say goodbye to all of their friends over in Pawnee, like Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler), Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman), Andy Dwyer (Chris Pratt), April Ludgate (Aubrey Plaza), Donna Meagle (Retta), and Tom Haverford (Aziz Ansari), we’ve got what you need to know about Parks and Rec before it wraps up. Read more…

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Next on Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s To-Do List? Recreating Classic Movies

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler finished their three-year run hosting the Golden Globe Awards and we’re already begging them for one more. If not another hosting gig, then we’d love to see Tina and Amy pull together their outrageous comedy chops to remake a classic film. Read more…

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Chris Pratt Sings a Sweet Goodbye To ‘Parks and Recreation’

For six seasons we’ve watched Andy Dwyer (Chris Pratt) pursue moderate-sized dreams of stardom on Parks and Recreation. His band Mouse Rat’s biggest gig to date was the Pawnee Unity Concert, where they were joined on stage by the legendary Duke Silver (Nick Offerman) to pay tribute to a beloved horse. With the delightful NBC comedy coming to an end next year (no, YOU’RE the one who’s crying!) it’s only fitting that the entire cast and crew joined together in song to say goodbye. Jesus, the final season hasn’t even started and we’re already a mess. Read more…

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The Wet Hot American Summer Cast Is Dominating the Entertainment World

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Is it me or is the Wet Hot American Summer cast the illuminati of comedy? Ever since the film came (and quickly went) in 2001, nearly every then-unknown actor has gone on to varying degrees of stardom — with most of them completely running Hollywood.

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Yas Girl of the Week: Amy Poehler

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Amy Poehler is probably the most beloved and popular comedians working today. On top of her Golden Globe-winning stint on Parks And Recreation, her Golden Globe hosting gigs, and her general busy life, she found time to write her first book, Yes PleaseThe book is full of funny personal stories and advice on everything from her days on Saturday Night Live to her divorce from Will Arnett to sitting in George Clooney’s lap. Read more…