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'Parks and Rec' celebrates 100 episodes with hilarious look back -- VIDEO

The wait is finally over.

Parks and Rec returns this week with its 100th episode. In celebration, the show has released a 20-minute (!) look back, featuring interviews with the entire cast reminiscing about their favorite lines, moments, and episodes.

Things we learned:¬†Amy Poehler’s favorite scene is when the whole gang falls on the ice in “Comeback Kid,” Nick Offerman has a particular fondness for his first scene with real-life wife Megan Mullally, the cameraman hates Jerry just as much as all the Parks employees, and Aubrey Plaza is even more like April than we thought.

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'Parks and Rec': The rotating bachelor party

Image Credit: Colleen Hayes/NBC

Ben and Leslie’s storybook wedding is fast approaching, but you know what comes first, right? The bachelor party! Ben’s not really the Vegas type, so there weren’t any Hangover-esque shenanigans; instead, the boys stayed in for a night of beer and board games (Settlers of Catan, to be precise). At least, that’s how the night started out. Tom insisted they up the ante with a few drinks at Essence — Things Magazine‘s “Next Big Thing” — where they each revealed that none of them had experienced a real bachelor party. Here’s why:

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'Parks and Rec': 8 great Ron Swanson-isms from 'Ron & Diane'

Last night’s episode of Parks & Recreation took us deeper into Chris’ ongoing psychological collapse and introduced us to Gayle Gergich (Christie Brinkley), Jerry’s incomprehensibly beautiful but slightly robotic wife. It also brought back Tammy II, Ron’s deranged, nymphomaniac ex-wife (or “sex-wife,” as she calls it) and pitted her against Leslie in what is probably the greatest dumpster fight ever depicted on screen.

But the heart of the episode took place at the Indiana Fine Woodworking Association Woodworking Awards, a surly event that Ron referred to as “heaven.” Given that he was surrounded not only by hand-made wood crafts but also by three of the most important women in his life — Leslie, Tammy, and new flame Diane — Ron had ample opportunity to dish out his singular wisdom. So grab your belt sanders and strap on your safety goggles folks, because it’s time for the eight best Ron Swanson-isms from “Ron & Diane.”

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