Golden Globe winner Amy Poehler is back as Leslie Knope in Parks and Recreation: Season Six. Alongside her are Rashida Jones, Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman, Aubrey Plaza, Chris Pratt, Adam Scott, Rob Lowe, Jim O'Heir and Retta.
In this season, there are no smiles when the citizens of Pawnee blame all their troubles -- both real and imagined -- on Councilwoman Knope after the merger with the neighboring town Eagleton. The personal lives of those in City Hall are equally as tumultuous. When Andy takes a dream job in London, he must temporarily say “cheerio” to his wife April. Ron marries Diane after she reveals her pregnancy and adjusts to his new domestic roles. While eagerly awaiting the birth of their child, Ann and Chris decide to leave Pawnee and say farewell to all their friends. Tom’s Rent-A-Swag is in danger of being shut down; he ends up selling it and then struggles with the opening of Tom’s Bistro. And Leslie finds out she is pregnant and gets offered a job as Regional Director for the National Parks Department in Chicago. Created by Primetime Emmy Award-winning executive producers Greg Daniels and Michael Schur, the sixth season of Parks and Recreation is brilliantly entertaining.
Special features include deleted scenes, a gag reel, T-Dazzle commercial, Chipp McCapp music video, Winter Games promos, “Parks and Recreation in Europe,” “The Hapley Group,” “100th Episode Feature” and “Rashida and Rob Farewells.”
Parks and Recreation has been nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for Amy Poehler and Outstanding Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Program.
Parks and Recreation: Season 7 will be the series' final season.
- “London - Part 1” - In Part 1 of the two-part sixth-series opener, Leslie travels with Ben, Andy, April and Ron to London to accept an award. Back home, Tom is on the hunt for the mysterious businessman who's trying to shut down Rent a Swag, while Ann and Chris adjust to the next phase of their relationship.
- “London - Part 2” - In the conclusion of the sixth-season opener, Leslie travels with Ben, Andy, April and Ron to accept an award. Back home, Tom is on the hunt for the mysterious businessman who's trying to shut down Rent-A-Swag, while Ann and Chris adjust to the next phase of their relationship.
- “The Pawnee-Eagleton Tip Off Classic” - Trouble follows Leslie, Ben and Chris on a trip to Eagleton to discuss financial matters with a snooty city councilwoman. At the same time, Ann takes April to her orientation for vet school; and Ron sets his sights on getting off the grid.
- “Doppelgangers” - Leslie has the Pawnee Parks gang team up with their Eagleton counterparts, while Ben and Chris work together on an accounting project and Ann makes an announcement concerning her future.
- “Gin It Up!” - Leslie tries to be a voice of reason when a minor scandal gets blown out of proportion, while Tom attempts to wow a love interest, and Ben strongly encourages Ron to prepare his last will and testament.
- “Recall Vote” - Leslie faces the recall election on Halloween as she also prepares a haunted house with Ben, Ann and Chris. At the same time, Tom worries Rent-A-Swag's days are numbered, and so he recruits Ron to help save his business.
- “Filibuster” - Leslie is forced to leave the birthday party she's throwing for Ben and attend an emergency late-night filibuster. Meanwhile, Tom is determined to make some lasting memories with his new girlfriend; Ron and Donna go hunting; and April and Andy reconnect.
- “Fluoride” - Leslie sets out to check off some of her biggest goals on city council, including hosting an NFL Play 60 event with the Indianapolis Colts and finally getting fluoride added to Pawnee's drinking water. Meanwhile, Chris attempts to bond with Ron over impending fatherhood as they build cribs together.
- “The Cones of Dunshire” - A marathon negotiating session between Councilman Jamm and Leslie, who refuses to take no for an answer, occurs while Ben fills his time in between jobs with an interesting hobby. Elsewhere, Ron asks Tom, April and Donna for help selling his cabin in the woods.
- “Second Chunce” - Leslie faces a big decision over her future as her days in office draw to a close; Chris and Ann learn the sex of their child; Andy returns from London; and Tom considers his next move in life.
- “New Beginnings” - Leslie and Ben both face new challenges on the first day of new jobs. Donna, April and Andy play a prank on Ben, while Tom prepares for a big presentation. Meanwhile Ann and Chris contemplate taking a big leap together.
- “Farmers Market” - Leslie and Ben get into an argument over questionable sales methods being employed at the local farmers' market; at the same time, Ann looks for a way to vent about her pregnancy frustrations; and April throws her support behind Andy as he embarks on a new creative venture.
- “Ann and Chris” - Ann and Chris spend their last night in Pawnee saying goodbye to their friends at a party thrown by Leslie, who's determined to fulfill a promise before they go. Meanwhile, Tom, Ben, Ron and Andy get to work finding the perfect going-away present.
- “Anniversaries” - Ben plans an anniversary surprise; Tom and Adam work with Leslie to point out the positives of Pawnee's merge with Eagleton; and April shows Donna who's boss.
- “The Wall” - Plans for a big benefit concert are under way as Tom and Ben meet with potential corporate sponsors; at the same time, Leslie's life takes several unexpected turns; and Ron brings a surprise to the office.
- “New Slogan” - Leslie's efforts to create a new town slogan catch the unwanted attention of two local shock jocks; Andy uncovers an interesting secret about Ron while scouting bands for the Unity Concert; Tom, Donna and April tour possible restaurant locales.
- “Galentine’s Day” - A replacement BFF for Ann is sought by Leslie, who decides to throw an impromptu Galentine's Day with new friends. Elsewhere, Tom and Ben try to make a deal on tents for the Unity Concert; and Ron looks after Andy.
- “Prom” - A high-school senior prom is saved by Leslie and the parks crew. As they help organize the event, Leslie and Ron compete to hire a soon-to-be graduate, April reluctantly agrees to go with Andy as his date, and Tom lets Ben help with DJ duties.
- “Flu Season 2” - Leslie and Andy battle the flu while trying to book performers for the Unity Concert; Tom searches for a sommelier for his new restaurant at a wine competition; and Ben seeks Ron's help with a personal matter.
- “One in 8,000” - Leslie and Ben take charge of a charity auction to raise funds for the unity concert; at the same time, April gives Andy a hand managing his schedule; and Donna turns to Ron for help handling an ex-boyfriend.
- “Moving Up - Part 1” - In the series 6 finale, Leslie makes a huge decision about her future while working with the Parks Department to put on the Unity Concert. Meanwhile, Tom opens the doors to his restaurant; Ron has another encounter with Tammy 2; and Andy gets to live out a rock-and-roll fantasy.
- “Moving Up - Part 2” - Leslie, Ben, and Andy head to San Francisco for a National Parks Conference. Tom opens his restaurant, Ron has another run-in with his ex-wife Tammy 2, Andy lives a rock and roll fantasy, and Leslie makes a huge decision about her future.
- Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope
- Rashida Jones as Ann Perkins
- Aziz Ansari as Tom Haverford
- Nick Offerman as Ron Swanson
- Aubrey Plaza as April Ludgate
- Chris Pratt as Andy Dwyer
- Adam Scott as Ben Wyatt
- Rob Lowe as Chris Traeger
- Jim O'Heir as Jerry Gergich
- Retta as Donna Meagle
- Deleted Scenes
- Parks and Recreation in Europe
- The Hapley Group
- Winter Games Promos
- 100th Episode Feature
- Rashida and Rob Farewells
- T-Dazzle Commercial
- Chipp McCapp Music Video
- Gag Reel
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