Last night Parks & Recreation returned! Now set in the near future on 2017, we tuned in to see how the folks of Pawnee now live. And our new favorite character is the Gryzzle Tablet.
Parks and Recreation's seventh and final season premiered last night and it's set in the future. So far, Pawnee's version of 2017 isn't all that different from now, except Facebook's been replaced with Gryzzlebook, people have see-through tablets that talk to you.
Straight from the twisted mind of Ben Wyatt to your tabletop sometime soon: After a successful Gen-Con début last month, Cones of Dunshire is becoming a real board game from Mayfair.
Where does the sitcom about city government in small-town America go after last week's season finale? Spoilers ahead if you haven't gotten a chance to watch the episode yet.
Parks and Recreation's Ron Swanson is a stern libertarian with a heart of gold and and endless appetite for bacon and eggs. Watchmen's Rorschach is a merciless objectivist who eats beans and smashes skulls. Together, the form the fearsomely deadpan vigilante Ron Sworschach.
More than a few people have noticed that Peter Parker-du-jour Andrew Garfield bears a passing resemblance to Ben Schwartz, the actor who plays failed entertainment mogul Jean-Ralphio on Parks and Recreation. So what would happen if the club-hopping JR was the real face behind the spider suit?