Proposed spinoffs notwithstanding, last night was the last episode of Parks and Recreation, the last time we’ll get to see Leslie Knope, Ron Swanson, Tom Haverford, and the whole Pawnee gang. The finale was an incredibly sweet swan song to the entire cast, showing **spoiler alert** what the distant future held for every major character. But if the ensemble’s comments during an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers are to be believed, Chris Pratt had a very different (and very morbid) idea for how to end the show. More
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Tonight, Parks and Recreation, one of the best American comedies of this century, comes to a close with an hour-long finale at 10/9c. Through seven seasons, we’ve grown to love the familial bonds of friendship formed by Leslie Knope, Ron Swanson, April Ludgate, and the rest of the cast. But what truly made Parks and Rec incredible was its commitement to fleshing out the city of Pawnee, building the largest universe of secondary characters in a television show since The Simpsons. More
Welcome to The Bandwagoner, a weekly series in which we give a primer on recent sports stories for those unfamiliar with sports, or anything outside of Boston. Our goal is to make sure that you’re not studying your iPhone as much when that one person in your group says those fatal words, “So did you guys see that game?”
This week, we’re previewing the World Series.
Chris Pratt – former bumbling fat guy from “Parks & Rec” and current wiseacre hunk from “Guardians of the Galaxy” – is swiftly proving that he can do no wrong.