'Parks and Recreation': A celebration of every ill-fated exploit of Jerry Gergich

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Season 3, Episode 13: “The Fight”

i. Tom assigns Jerry a role in the guerrilla marketing sketch.

TOM: Jerry, you’ll be playing a boring beer drinker — your name will be “Jerry.”

ii. When Donna drive home everyone who is drunk, Jerry is put on the roof.

Season 3, Episode 14: “Road Trip”

i.  Jerry tells Tom that his game show, Know Ya Boo, sounds like The Newlywed Game.

TOM: Shut up, Jerry! It’s not The Newlywed Game!

Season 3, Episode 15: “The Bubble”

i. Chris tries to give Jerry a pep talk.

CHRIS: Jerry, I believe you are capable of much more.

JERRY: I’m not.

ii. Jerry asks April for the report he assigned her, and she hands him a piece of paper that says: “You are going to fail.”

Season 3, Episode 16: “Li’l Sebastian”

i.  Leslie mistakenly hands a note for Ben to Jerry and he reads it out loud.

JERRY: Mine says “You have a cute butt.”

LESLIE: That’s weird. Must be a typo.

APRIL: Yeah, Jerry, it should say you have a cube butt.

TOM (laughing hysterically): ’Cause your butt’s shaped like a cube!

JERRY: Why is my memo different than everyone else’s?

To deflect attention, Leslie starts chanting “Cube butt!”

ii. Tom asks Jerry about his color samples.

JERRY: They’re all black.

TOM: Maybe to the layman, Jerry. Maybe to the layman, Jerry. Obsidian, Onyx, Midnight, Lost Soul, Rolling Blackout, Sleeping Panther, and Void by Armani. (Holds up red tie.) Hey, Jerry, does this look black to you too?

iii. Leslie tasks Jerry with picking up the propane.

JERRY: But what about my poem?

LESLIE: Nobody wants you to read a poem.  Okay, Jerry! What everyone wants, what L’il Sebastian wants, is for you to get propane.

iv.  Instead of propane, Jerry gets a big can of lighter fluid and causes an explosion that burns off Ron’s eyebrows.

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  • Carly

    This is awesome. I love moments between April and Jerry. I think it would be fun if Jerry has a hot 20-something daughter, and Tom struggles with liking her, but hating Jerry.

    • Rex_r

      He does have a daughter, Chris (Rob Lowe) dated her for a while.

  • Bri

    This is hilarious! I laughed out loud multiple times while reading this. I can’t wait for tonight’s new episode!

  • whirlybug

    I love Parks & Rec and will be watching tonight, but I disagree with Dan S. that those jokes on Jerry are not mean-spirited. They always make me feel sad for him because the other characters seem to do it for absolutely no reason. Maybe that’s what’s supposed to be funny about it, but it’s the one part of the show’s humor I don’t really like.

    • Teressa Caballero

      You sound like you’re the real world version of Jerry

  • MJ

    This is awesome!
    I love all the Jerry jokes.

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  • chris perez

    Jerry has the biggest penis a doctor has ever seen

    • Mark

      When the doctor said that, I laughed and wanted to give Jerry a high five at the same time.

      • EK

        Yes, that was seriously awesome!

  • sascha

    I love Jerry!! I love P + R!!!

  • The Truth

    Like P&R, hate the “hating on Jerry” gimmick. It’s so Family Guy (Meg) and a little Office (Toby) . Been there, seen that.

    • ries

      oh, c’mon. if you are looking for originality, then why are you watching a sit-com? the jerry jokes are waaaay better executed than both of those shows.

      • jake

        Agreed! While the premise is unorginal the execution is perfect.

  • E

    I think the Jerry-jokes work because they are balanced with revelations about Jerry’s personal life, which are always positive. He’s an amazing artist, he’s been happily married for 20-some years, and he has a huge penis. So what if he gets some crap at work? It’s not enough to make you pity him, and that’s why it works.

  • Ruben

    I love the Jerry jokes, his reactions are priceless! But they forgot one from The Flu. After they quarantine Leslie to her office…

    JERRY: You can’t come in here. Leslie, you look tired and you’re all sweaty.

    LESLIE: YOU look tired and YOU’RE all sweaty all the time, what’s your excuse? You wanna go there Jerry?

    JERRY: No.

  • christie

    Parks & Rec is one of the few shows that has an entire cast where I love something about each and every character on the show and get a laugh or a chuckle from nearly everyone each show. But, Donna (and her unholy love for her Mercedes and Jerry’s suffering and hidden talents are gems of the show.

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  • jean

    Wasn’t it revealed during Leslie’s disciplinary hearing the Jerry’s real name is Gerry? I think it was on his ID badge from when he first started at the Parks Dept. It was mispronounced once and he never corrected it

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