Scoop: PARKS AND RECREATION on NBC - Thursday, December 6, 2012
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"Ron and Diane" - Ron (Nick Offerman), Diane (guest star Lucy Lawless), and Leslie (Amy Poehler) attend a wood working awards dinner, after one of Ron's handcrafted chairs is nominated, but the happy occasion is threatened by the arrival of Tammy II (guest star Megan Mullally). Meanwhile, Jerry (Jim O'Heir) hosts a holiday party at his home with his wife (guest star Christie Brinkley), and some of his friends are shocked to find they were not invited. AZIZ ANSARI, Adam Scott, Chris Pratt, AubreyPlaza, Rashida Jones, Retta and Rob Lowe also star. PARKS AND RECREATION AIRS on NBC on Thursday, December 6, 9:30pm!
From Emmy Award-winning executive producers Greg Daniels (NBC’s THE OFFICE, KING OF THE HILL) and Michael Schur (NBC’s THE OFFICE, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE), "Parks and Recreation" is a hilarious ensemble comedy that follows Leslie Knope (Emmy nominee Amy Poehler, NBC’s SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, BABY MAMA) a mid-level bureaucrat in the Parks and Recreation Department of Pawnee, Indiana, and her tireless efforts to make her quintessentially American town just a little bit more fun.??
Since its premiere in 2009, the critically-acclaimed series has been included on dozens of television critics' Top 10 lists. 2011 was an especially notable year for the show: the series received its first Emmy nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series, was honored by AFI as one of the top 10 Television Programs of the Year, received a Writers Guild Award nomination and was named "TV's Smartest Comedy" in Entertainment Weekly’s 2011 cover story. Additionally accolades include Amy Poehler’s two Emmy nominations for her performance, Television Critics Award nominations for Outstanding Achievement in Comedy, Program of the Year and Individual Achievement in Comedy for Poehler and co-star Nick Offerman.
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