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'Parks and Recreation': Can Andy keep Leslie and Ben's secret? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

A baby may be on the way for Leslie (Amy Poehler) and Ben (Adam Scott), but the happy, flustered couple are trying to keep the news under wraps for now. Good thing only one other person knows their big secret. The bad thing: That person happens to be Andy (Chris Pratt).

Can Andy keep the secret from slipping out of his mouth — or is this just one too many for the poor guy to handle? Take a peek at the action from tonight’s episode of Parks and Recreation (NBC, 8:30 p.m.), as the department organizes a charity auction to raise money for the Unity Concert, which will take place in next week’s season finale. READ FULL STORY

'Parks and Recreation' premiere: The footage that you DIDN'T get to see of Andy at Stonehenge -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Last night’s delightful season premiere of Parks and Recreation took us all the way to England, where Leslie (Amy Poehler) was celebrated for her achievements in local government. It was a bittersweet episode, of course, as we only got to see a few seconds of a disoriented Andy (Chris Pratt) at Stonehenge. If only that scene were a little long— what’s that? There are another 74 seconds of footage from that (pre)historic encounter?

Check out a bonus outtake from that scene, as Andy offers up a fascinating history lesson on the famous monument and bravely attempts to name the other Seven Wonders of the World.  READ FULL STORY

'Parks and Recreation' season finale: 11 hints from exec producer Michael Schur

It’s time to wrap up another season of Parks and Recreation, one in which new City Councilwoman Leslie Knope found herself in soda wars (of the 512-ounce variety) and jams (of the Councilman Jamm variety). Tonight’s episode, which airs on NBC at 9:30 p.m., will boast a different feel than last year’s celebratory send-off. “Last year’s finale was very much about ending something,” says series co-creator/exec producer Michael Schur. “It was the end of her campaign and it was her victory speech, and it put this great punctuation mark on the entire season. And what I like about this finale is that this also wraps up the year very explicitly. It’s about her first year in office. She gets revisited by a lot of people whose lives she affected in different ways, but the end of the finale is about throwing balls up into the air instead of catching them. It’s about throwing forward to next season and it feels very exciting.” Schur tossed EW a bunch of teasers for season 5′s farewell episode, which you can read and re-read below. READ FULL STORY

'Parks and Recreation': Watch Tom (try to) play basketball -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Tom Haverford (Aziz Ansari) knows way too much about self-pampering and pick-up techniques, but far too little about basketball. In Thursday’s episode of Parks and Recreation (NBC, 8:30 p.m.), he drafts both nerd (Ben, played by Adam Scott) and jock (Andy, played by Chris Pratt) to teach him how to play the sport so he can better connect with the hoops-obsessed kids who frequent his Rent-A-Swag store. Let us head over to the gym where the trio are slated to tip-off against some area youths. As you will see in this clip, Tom is no Detlef Schrempf.

In other plot news from the episode, Leslie (Amy Poehler) and April (Aubrey Plaza) become garbage collectors for a day to prove a gender-equality-in-government point, and Diane (Lucy Lawless) asks Ron (Nick Offerman) to babysit her daughters.

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