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15. Creepiest Misunderstanding: When New Girl's Jess discovers that one of her students is drawing mutilated deer, Nick thinks it's a warning sign of his impending homicidal tendencies. So he investigates. Of course he and Jess get caught red-handed at his house, where they learn that he doesn't want to kill his teacher, he's just working on a graphic novel. But there are stillhorrors to behold: The feisty older woman who lives with the student isn't his mom; it's his girlfriend.
14. Wettest Hook-Up: Get your minds out of the gutter, readers! When Mindy tries to orchestrate a casual hook-up with...
Lady Gaga has stirred up yet another controversy. During a concert in Vancouver on Friday, Gaga strutted on stage wearing a bra festooned with two fake assault rifles. Gaga paired the rifle bra with green military-inspired pants and high-heeled combat boots
Following in the footsteps of Joe Biden and John McCain, Newt Gingrich is the latest politician to appear on NBC's Parks and Recreation.
The Indy Star reports that the former speaker of the House happened upon production of Parks and Rec at St. Elmo Steak House in Indianapolis on Monday when he tried to get lunch.
MC Skat Kat and Paula Abdul
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12. Least Favorite Follow-Up: Knowing how gravely she deprived us of ear-piecing screams and uncontrollable tears last year, Oprah Winfrey resurrects her "Favorite Things" — except it's not the "Favorite Things" we know and love. As part of a making-of documentary — during which O thinks she's getting high from pigs in a blanket — the episode features only 30 handpicked military spouses, who do their best freak-outs, but it's all a little flat. Let's face it, strength is in numbers. At least we'll always have SNL.
11. Best Origin Story: This is the true story...
Amy Poehler, David Letterman
Since Amy Poehler's Parks and Recreation character couldn't make a kiss with Vice President Joe Biden happen, she settled for the next best thing: David Letterman?
When the comedienne appeared on Late Show Tuesday, Poehler explained how her character Leslie Knope has a huge crush on Biden. When they filmed his recent guest appearance on her NBC comedy, Poehler says that for kicks, she tried to seal the deal with the VP. In turn, Letterman goes in for his own kiss, which you can watch in the clip below:
Adam Scott and Amy Poehler
Parks and Recreation is getting back into the business of, well, parks and recreation.
On Thursday's episode, the infamous Lot 48, which was once the pit that Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) had been so desperate to turn into a park, will return. But it's not Leslie leading the charge this time: April (Aubrey Plaza) wants to turn it into a dog park!
Parks and Recreation Exclusive: Megan Mullally returning as Tammy 2!
The lot's return, however, won't be the only pain in Leslie's side as she begins to plan for her wedding to Ben (Adam Scott). To find out what a Leslie Knope wedding would look like, TVGuide.com turned to executive producer Mike Schur, who also dished on Joe Biden's appearance, Tom's (Aziz Ansari) new business venture and...
Joe Biden and Amy Poehler
Could Leslie Knope's life get any better? After a recent engagement, the Parks and Recreation City Councilwoman will soon have run-in with her top crush: Vice President Joe Biden!
SEAL Team Six
Controversy arose when the National Geographic Channel announced that it will premiere a film about the successful military raid that killed Osama bin Laden two days before the presidential election, but anyone who walks away thinking that SEAL Team Six: The Raid on Osama bin Laden is a political piece has blinders on.
From the first 15 minutes — which include an intense, violent firefight — it's clear that the film's purpose is to provide entertainment, not to advance a political agenda. President Barack Obama is merely a background player (albeit an obviously necessary one), while the real focus is ...
Joe Biden is doing everything he can to make sure voters make their voices heard in this year's election, whether by heading to the polls Tuesday or voting early in the states that allow it — and Thursday night, that included an appearance by the vice president on The Late Show with David Letterman. In a pre-taped message recorded along the campaign trail, Biden delivered the show's Top 10 list — Top 10 Reasons to Vote Early.