PARKS and Recreation ran for seven hilarious seasons on NBC, from 2009 to 2015.
Saturday Night Live alum Amy Poehler starred as Leslie Knope, a mid-level bureaucrat who hopes to beautify her small fictional city of Pawnee.
What are the holiday episodes for Parks and Recreation?
Christmas Scandal was the 12th episode of season two of Parks and Recreation.
In the episode Leslie is falsely accused of having sexual relations with a sleazy Pawnee councilman.
The episode also featured Rashida Jones and Paul Schneider.
It aired on December 10, 2009.
The episode Citizen Knope aired on December 8, 2011.
In the fourth season episode, Leslie “tries to keep herself busy during her suspension from the department, but gets some bad news about her campaign,” according to IMDb.
The office also makes “the perfect Christmas gift” for Leslie.
Ron and Diane
The season five episode aired on December 6, 2012.
The episode features a Christmas party thrown by Jerry – and his co-workers are shocked they were not included.
The character of Gerald Gergich was played by Jim O’Heir.
What is the best Parks and Recreation holiday episode?
Meet ‘N’ Greet, the season 4 episode that aired in 2011, is considered the best holiday episode, according to Ranker.com.
Chris Pratt’s Andy and Aubrey Plaza’s April throw a Halloween party during the episode, but don’t give Adam Scott’s Ben advance notice.
Ron, played by Nick Offerman, says during the episode: “No home is complete without a proper toolbox.
“Here’s April and Andy’s: A hammer, a half eaten pretzel, a baseball card, some cartridge that says Sonic and Hedgehog, a scissor half, a flashlight filled with jellybeans.”
There were several other memorable Halloween episodes, including Greg Pitikis (season two), Halloween Surprise (season 3), and Operation Ann (season four).
Galentine’s Day (season 2) also made the cut on Ranker.
Who appeared on Parks and Recreation?
Poehler was the star, but many other A-listers appeared on the show.
The cast also featured Pratt, Jones, Aziz Ansari, Offerman, Schneider, Plaza, Justin Theroux, John Laroquette, Rob Lowe, and many others.
Poehler’s character demanded that Offerman’s character “practice social distancing” in a recent show reunion.
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