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‘Parks and Recreation’ season finale: Leslie Knope’s job decision intrigues fans

Amy Poehler plays Leslie Knope in Parks and Recreation
Photo by Frederick M. Brown

There will be a big reveal on the “Parks and Recreation” season finale with fans getting a glimpse of season seven and some answers revealed as the story comes to a close in season six. Now that the season is almost over, the fans want to know what will be Leslie Knope’s job decision. According to She Knows on Thursday, there will be some answers about the job and her future now that Knope knows she is going to have triplets.

When the character Leslie Knope discovered that she was pregnant, there seemed to be a dilemma faced with the situation. Then in the episode “One in 8,000,” after a visit to a doctor Ben and Leslie find out that they are going to have triplets and the fans hardly knew what might happen next. The job offer was a nice touch to the suspense, but fans are pretty sure that Leslie Knope doesn't want to leave Pawnee. Yet, will she leave to make a better life for the three new babies expected next season? That choice is why everyone is tuning in to see the show.

There is a warning coming with the season finale on NBC on Thursday night. The last thing any viewer wants to do is change the channel before the final minutes of the show. Amy Poehler promised viewers would get some answers in the final moments of the show. Showrunner Mike Schur also told Zap2It on Thursday that the final few minutes does reveal many answers to the questions fans have been wondering.

Seeing Leslie Knope pregnant with triplets is going to be hilarious and downright funny in the coming season of "Parks and Recreation." Whatever the new season brings, the viewers will be ready to watch. Knowing that Amy Poehler can offer up some great comedy, the question of what happens next with Leslie Knope is on the top of the viewer’s mind and people can hardly wait to find out exactly what Leslie's job decision might be (or when she might decide.)

"Parks and Recreation" season finale airs Thursday at 8:30 p.m. ET on NBC.

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