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D-III Women’s Lacrosse Announcer Can’t Stop Making Tom Haverford ‘Parks And Rec’ References During A Game

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This past weekend, the women's lacrosse team at Stevenson College defeated the Haverford College Black Squirrels at home in Owings Mills, 14-6.

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15 Things We’ll All Miss About Ron Swanson

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We can all agree that NBC’s Parks and Recreation, which signed off last night, is one of the greatest sitcoms ever.

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Aziz Ansari’s Hilarious Remembrance Of Harris Wittels Will Make You Laugh And Cry

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Yesterday Chris paid homage to the comedy genius of the late Harris Wittels, a co-executive producer on NBC's Parks and Recreation who invented the humblebrag and wrote for some of this website's favorite TV shows over the years: The Sarah Silverman Program, Eastbound and Down, Secret Girlfriend, etc.

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So Much Crazy Shit Happens In This ‘Parks And Recreation’ Trailer It’s Hard To Digest It All

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Parks and Recreation is heading into it's final season, and, the FUTURE.

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Rob Lowe Shredded His Leg Apart While Surfing, Took A Pic Drenched In His Own Blood

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Yesterday ABC 'Afterschool Specials (1980)' star Rob Lowe tore up his knee while surfing, and then shared some photos of the carnage on social media for the world to see.

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What to watch tonight: ‘White Collar’ season 5 finale

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If you're a basketball fan, I highly suggest watching Clippers-Warriors tonight.

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Chris Pratt Singing a Song About the Plot of Van Damme’s ‘Sudden Death’ Wins All the Prizes

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Chris Pratt (AKA Parks and Recreation's Andy Dwyer) singing a song about Jean Claude Van Damme's cinematic tour de force Sudden Death might be my favorite thing to hit the Internet since I saw the Olympic Uniforms this morning.

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What to watch tonight: Saints-Falcons, ‘Parks and Recreation’

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NBC made a big deal out of their Thursday night lineup.

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Chris Bosh made an awesome cameo on ‘Parks and Recreation’

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Chris Bosh can't dominate at the NBA level, so he took his talents to Eagleton High School in Indiana.


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