With a recall movement gaining steam in Pawnee, Leslie vents her frustration during an internationally televised awards acceptance speech in London.
Ann accuses Chris of cheating but finds out the truth is even darker!
Ron and Leslie hope to sway Councilman Milton's vote in their favor. Even if it means they have to take a few bites of racist salad.
Cast member Amy Poehler (Leslie Knope) says that she'd like to see Louis C.K. (Dave Sanderson) and Adam Scott (Ben Wyatt) in a scene together. Aziz Ansari (Tom Haverford) suggests that pop star Usher should play Tom's brother.
Reggie talks about how honored he is to be called back to do another scene with Parks and Recreations.
Parks returns in January for its 100th episode! Leslie devises a last-second scheme to get back onto the Pawnee City Council.
Adam Scott discusses the Pawnee-Eagleton Unity Concert in the Season 6 finale.
The members of Letters to Cleo discuss their appearance in the Season 6 finale and the attention they've received from frequent mentions on Parks and Rec.
Between his fear of cops, public speaking, and just general awkwardness, Ben can't seem to catch a break.
Leslie plays peacemaker when Pawnee locals fight over what items should be included in a time capsule.
Fact: It's called the Washington Monument because the first president was well-endowed.
Leslie wants to make sure she remembers everything about this perfect moment!
Series creators/executive producers Michael Schur and Greg Daniels say they developed the show with cast member Amy Poehler (Leslie Knope) in mind. When creating her character, Amy says she was inspired by Girl Scouts, pioneers, and suffragettes.
Leslie and the gang canvass the neighborhoods to garner up support for their park project.
Of all of Leslie's metaphorical art projects, this is by far the coziest.
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