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    Jonathan Banks Brings a Touch of Mike Ehrmantraut to 'Parks and Recreation'

    Jonathan Banks Brings a Touch of Mike Ehrmantraut to 'Parks and Recreation'

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    Watch: Adam Scott and Jon Hamm Recreate the 'Simon & Simon' Opening Credits

    What is "The Greatest Event in Television History"? As host Jeff Probst helpfully explains, it is "a shot-for-shot recreation of the opening title sequence of the 1980s television show 'Simon & Simon' with 'Mad Men''s Jon Hamm and 'Parks and Recreation'...

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    Watch: Jon Hamm & Adam Scott Star In 'The Greatest Event In Television History' With Paul Rudd, Gus Van Sant & More

    Maybe we should watch Adult Swim more often instead of going to bed early, but thankfully we live in the wonderful world of YouTube. Late last Thursday night, the network aired "The Greatest Even In Television History" and featuring a gallery of our favorite people, and while it's a pretty awesome c...

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    Captain America And Me

    It’s been a while since I paid a visit to the live taping of Doug Benson’s popular podcast 'Doug Loves Movies', so I did just that last week and found myself on a panel with Chris Evans (Captain America himself) and Adam Scott (of 'Parks and Recreation').

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    'Parks and Recreation' Goes to Washington

    In the perfect season premiere of Parks and Recreation, Amy Poehler’s character is now City Councilwoman Leslie Knope, and how satisfying is that to someone who aspires to the White House, even though the City Council is a part-time gig? She goes to Washington to visit her boyfriend Ben (...

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    SXSW '12 Review: 'See Girl Run' Has A Slightly Too Leisurely Stride

    There's a fine line between delicacy and fragility, between a gentle unfolding and a stubbornly slow series of revelations. That line is what keeps Nate Meyer's "See Girl Run," a midlife romantic drama, from succeeding as well as the great cinematography and talented cast would hav...

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    Friends With Kids—movie review

    I became an instant fan of Jennifer Westfeldt after seeing the film she co-wrote and starred in, Kissing Jessica Stein, just over a decade ago. For her debut feature as director, writer, and star, she has assembled a powerhouse cast, and devised a comedy (with dramatic undertones) that manages to be...

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    'Party Down' & 'Parks & Recreation' Star Adam Scott Joins 'The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty'

    Adam Scott's career thus far pretty much defines the phrase "paying your dues." He's been working steadily pretty much since the start of his career logging time on both television and the big screen, but the last few years have finally seen his star deservedly rise. Of course, the...

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    'Step Brothers' Reunion! Richard Jenkins Joins Adam Scott In 'A.C.O.D. (Adult Children Of Divorce)'

    There might have been better-crafted, more nuanced comedies in the last few years than Adam McKay's "Step Brothers," but we're not sure there's one we've rewatched more. Second only to the director's "Anchorman" for sheer density of laughs, it's become a frequent inhabitant of our DVD player, if onl...

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    Watch: Attention J.J. Abrams, Adam Scott From 'Parks & Recreation' Has Some Advice For 'Star Trek 2'

    If you saw J.J. Abrams' franchise reboot "Star Trek" and thought, "Nyota Uhura and Spock? Really?" you're not alone. On this week's episode of "Parks and Recreation," Adam Scott's perfectly nerdy and awkward character Ben Wyatt went on a mini-rant about the budding romance and warns Abrams about the...

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