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Fan-made 'Parks and Recreation' movie trailer seeks Li'l Sebastian killer -- VIDEO

“A small Indiana town is flipped upside down when their beloved hero goes missing.”

That’s the logline for a fan-made Parks and Recreation movie trailer, which uses clips from various episodes to turn the death of everyone’s favorite miniature horse, Li’l Sebastian, into a thriller. It’s funnier than the Alex Cross trailer (intentionally!). Watch it below. READ FULL STORY

'Parks and Rec': Leslie's 5 Best Lines from 'Pawnee Commons'

Image Credit: Adam Rose/NBC

Image Credit: Adam Rose/NBC

Leave it to Eagleton to stir up the crazy in Leslie Knope.

Last night’s episode of Parks and Recreation rekindled the “blood feud” between Pawnee and neighboring Eagleton when an Eagletonian architect offered to design Pawnee’s new park. The guy’s nice as can be and extremely well-qualified, but Leslie’s knee-jerk derision threatens to thwart the whole plan — which happens to be pro bono. The situation further deteriorates when a couple of pranksters from Eagleton make a mockery of Pawnee’s citizens. As you can imagine, Leslie’s vitriol makes for some of the more memorable moments.

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EW's Morning Bite: And the best sound bite from last night is...

Submitted by Bk:

“In 1984 a tornado struck Pawnee. When we asked Eagleton for help they claimed they weren’t home. An entire town claimed they weren’t home.”

–Leslie (Amy Poehler) on Parks and Recreation

Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Thursday, Nov. 29 and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!

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‘Parks and Rec’ cast plays ‘Hollywood Squares’ — VIDEO
‘Parks and Recreation’ review: Did Joe Biden seem awkward? Knope!
Bacon-scented shaving cream is perfect present for Ron Swanson — also a real thing

'Parks and Rec' cast plays 'Hollywood Squares' -- VIDEO

I never thought of Nick Offerman as the game-show host type. (Rob Lowe, on the other hand…)

Yet it’s the mock-serious Offerman, in full Ron Swanson mode, channeling Hollywood Squares greats Peter Marshall and Tom Bergeron by hosting a version of the game for GQ‘s Men of the Year issue. Instead of keeping to the traditional format and asking true/false or multiple choice questions, Offerman challenged his cast with straight-foward pop-culture trivia.

Watch the video below to hear Aziz Ansari’s synopsis of 50 Shades of Grey and Chris Pratt’s lyrics to Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe.” My only complaint is that the video is a minute too short. READ FULL STORY

Bacon-scented shaving cream is perfect present for Ron Swanson -- also a real thing

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Sorry, Honor — this product truly deserves to top Ron Swanson’s Pyramid of Greatness.

Yes, shaving cream that smells like rich, smoky pork actually exists. Here’s how the press release describes it: “J&D’s Bacon Shaving Cream™ is proudly Made in America and is the highest quality meat-scented shaving cream on the market today… It is best used after a hot shower or before an important date with someone you may want to spend the rest of your life with.”

As EW.com photo guru Jef Castro says, “That MUST cause break-outs. Or obesity.” Absolutely — but is it kosher? I’ll let you know as soon as I hear back from the product’s creators, “Bacontrepreneurs” Justin and Dave.

These guys also sell a sriracha-flavored lip balm. Wearing it, apparently, is “like making out with some tasty napalm.”

Congratulations, world: I have finally been rendered speechless. Ooo, accidental bacon pun!

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Nick Offerman performs slam poetry about bacon — VIDEO
Ron Swanson’s best foodie moments — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
‘Parks and Rec': Ron Swanson’s ‘turkey burger’ is now a reality, proves he needs to write a (very unhealthy) cookbook.

EW's Morning Bite: And the best sound bite from last night is...

Submitted by LOL:

“Fun fact: Ben just got an amazing accounting job. Regular fact: I have to go to a meeting. Unfun fact: My Uncle just had a stroke.”

–Chris (Rob Lowe) on Parks and Recreation

Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Thursday, Sept. 15 and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!

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‘Parks and Recreation’ review: Did Joe Biden seem awkward? Knope!
‘Parks and Rec': The 5 best moments from ‘Ben’s Parents’
Vice President Joe Biden to guest on ‘Parks and Recreation’ — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

'Parks and Rec': The 5 best moments from 'Ben's Parents'

Last week’s episode of Parks and Recreation, in which Ben finally proposed to Leslie, set the bar pretty high — some might say impossibly high — so last night the writers stepped up and let loose with some top-shelf material. We met Ben’s sparring, divorced, insufferable parents (played by Glenne Headly and Jonathan Banks) and watched Chris have a total, happy-sad mental breakdown (“It’s like a perfect storm of emotions!”). The team even brought back the scene-stealer (and arguably the show’s most consistently funny character) Jean-Ralphio, Tom’s flamboyant cad of a business partner. With so many memorable moments, it’s hard to narrow down the episode’s highlights… but here goes.

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EW's Morning Bite: And the best sound bite from last night is...

Submitted by Guest912:

Andy: “Dave Matthews Band.”
April: “Dave Matthews Band.”

–Andy (Chris Pratt), naming things to make Chris (Rob Lowe) happy, and April (Aubrey Plaza), counteracting them with terrible things, on Parks and Recreation

Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Thursday, Nov. 8 and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!

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Vice President Joe Biden to guest on ‘Parks and Recreation’ — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
‘Parks and Recreation': Pawnee, literally, has the best newsletter ever
‘Castle,’ ‘Criminal Minds,’ ‘American Horror Story,’ ‘Arrow': Find out what’s next in the Spoiler Room

EW's Morning Bite: And the best sound bite from last night is...

Submitted by Lh064:

Ben: “I am deeply, ridiculously in love with you. And above everything else I want to be with you forever. So Leslie Knope, will …”
Leslie: “Wait. Wait. OK? I need to remember this. Give me a second.”
Ben: “OK. … Leslie Knope …”
Leslie: “No, no, no. Hold on. I need another second, please. I need to remember every little thing about how perfect my life is at this exact moment.”
Ben:’ “Leslie will you…”
Leslie: “Yes!”
Ben: “Marry me!”
Leslie: “Oh, yeah!”

Leslie (Amy Poehler) and Ben (Adam Scott) on Parks and Recreation

Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Thursday, Oct. 25 and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!

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‘Parks and Recreation’ recap: Then he walked in…
Nick Offerman offers his moustache-growing tips — VIDEO
‘Parks and Recreation': Pawnee’s crabby seniors get a dose of sex-ed

'Parks and Recreation' recap: Then he walked in...

SPOILERS! I’m not going to bury the lead here — who gasped during tonight’s Parks and Recreation? Who cried? Who lost all hope that Ben Wyatt would one day walk out of their television and ask for your hand in marriage? Answer to all three? This girl!

In reference to the last one, I actually knew that would never happen — because Ben is not my true love. He’s Leslie’s. (Also, not a real person. But whatever.)

And in tonight’s episode, Ben came to realize what many have known since the geeky state auditor watched a beautiful, plucky, flu-plagued Leslie deliver an unforgettable speech in season 3. Leslie is the person he’s meant to spend his life with, and tonight, he made sure she knew that. He proposed. (Sigh.)  READ FULL STORY

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