'Parks And Recreaction' Season Six Trailer: May Contain A Non-Schlubby Chris Pratt

The last best hope for network television: 'Parks and Rec' Pawnee's apparently well-funded parks department is headed to London. Ron Swanson looks nonplussed. Leslie is excited. Chris Pratt is dumb and thin now. Ben Wyatt still can't believe he has to deal with this stuff. Stonehenge. A gold shovel. The Michael J. Fox Show. These are the things contained in the trailer for the upcoming Parks and Rec premiere, September 26th.

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Andy Dwyer Battles A Killer, Mutant Dinosaur In 'Jurassic Parks And Recreation'

Now I'm disappointed Chris Pratt isn't playing Andy Dwyer in 'Jurassic World'. This took longer than it probably should have to show up online but it was the holidays, so give it a rest already, okay? Here, Jurassic World and Parks and Recreation are inevitably awkwardly mashed together because Chris Pratt is in both of those things you see. Still, I'd love to watch any form of entertainment about Andy Dwyer battling a killer, mutant dinosaur. It's fan-fic heaven.


Try to Remain Strong And Brave During The Trailer For The Final Season Of 'Parks And Recreation'

The future is weird, and a little gimmick-y. At the end of last season of Parks and Rec, we saw the gang fast forward about three years into the future. We caught the life of Leslie and Ben, now the parents of toddlers, but most of the rest of the cast was unaccounted for. That got fixed in a hurry with the show's trailer for its final season. In this future Pawnee, we see that Tom Haverford has become a mogul of some sort, Andy has a TV show about ninjas (?), and Jerry is now Terry. We could have predicted that last one. And here's what likely happens to Ben. Other than that, there's still no sign of April or Ron, but we're betting they're up to something fun as well. Maybe they've just been sitting silently in a room for the past three years.


You Want 'Parks And Rec' Film Reviews From Perd Hapley? You Got 'Em Right Here.

MY SIDES! THEY HURT! Not from laughter, mind you, but worsening pancreatitis. This Parks and Recreation blooper reel from last season is pretty much pure gold. Not "pure gold" in the sense that you could make a watch out of it, or horde it when the Syrians overthrow our government, but pure gold in the sense that, if you like Parks and Rec, you'll really enjoy the humor of these ridiculously likable characters and actors. Peep the very beginning at least when Chris Pratt tries to talk like an old person. And then stay for Perd Hapley.


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Nick Swanson To Strip For Charity

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