At the Harvest Festival

At the Harvest Festival

Leslie and Ben aren't just hanging out in this scene from Parks and Recreation. They're doing so at the Harvest Festival.
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Andy Dwyer Photo

Andy Dwyer Photo

Andy Dwyer realizes something while dating April: it helps to have money when you're a boyfriend.
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Failed Radio Appearance

Failed Radio Appearance

Ben and Leslie appeared on a radio show during the episode "Media Blitz." It did not go well.
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Tammy and Ron in Jail

Tammy and Ron in Jail

Yes, this is a photo of Tammy and Ron in jail. And, yes, those are cornrows on Ron's head.
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Inside the Capsule

Inside the Capsule

Tom wants to place a photo of his ex-girlfriend inside the Pawnee time capsule. That's because she's totally crazy!
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New Parks and Rec Cast Member

New Parks and Rec Cast Member

Adam Scott has come on board Parks and Recreation as Ben, a love interest for Leslie. He fits in perfectly with the cast.
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The Microchip

The Microchip

Chris' body is like a microchip, people! Unless it comes down with the flu, that is.
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Swanson Pyramid of Greatness

Swanson Pyramid of Greatness

Learn how to go from being a gladiator to a Swanson thanks to the Swanson Pyramid of Greatness.
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Ann and Chris

Ann and Chris

Ann Perkins enjoyed her date with Chris Traeger on the third season premiere of Parks and Recreation. We like these two together.
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Parks and Recreation Season 3 Quotes

Ben: Newspaper headline was "Ice Town costs ice clown his town crown."
Leslie: Yuck.
Ben: They were big into rhymes.

Zerts are what I call deserts, tray trays are what I call entrees, sandwiches are sammies, sandoozles or Adam Sandlers, air conditioners are cool blaterz with a "z" ... I don't know where that came from. I call cakes big ol' cookies, I call noodles long ass rice, fried chicken is fry fry chicky chick, chicken parmesan is chicky chicky parm parm, chicken caciatore is chicky catch, I call eggs pre-birds or future birds, root beer is super water, tortillas are bean blankets, and I call forks... food rakes!

Tom