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I enjoy being indoors. I enjoy laying on couches, snacking, and reading (watching TV). Summer sucks because it is the only season when, if I want to do this in the middle of a gorgeous day, people (my children) look at me like I’m a disgusting person. Well, guess what? It’s 90 degrees out there, it’s 68 degrees in here, and this episode of The Bachelorette isn’t going to watch itself. By Adam Scott, on why he hates summer  (via beepboopboopbeep)

watchwithkristin:

Major Changes Ahead for Parks & Rec

Everything changes, that’s a fact Parks and Recreation has expertly embraced. The fan-favorite NBC comedy is wrapping up a season of surprises on Thursday, April 24 and they’ve saved the biggest twist for a “very exciting last moment” in the finale.
"The last minute or so of our season finale…the last moments are really important and big things happen that kind of show you where we’re going and where a lot of the characters are going or shows you where they may go," series star Amy Poehler told reporters. “I would encourage everybody to make sure they watch until the very end… It ends with, I don’t know, a pretty exciting and dare I say in a good way—A very exciting last moment. I’m very excited for people to see it.”

READ MORE HERE.

watchwithkristin:

Major Changes Ahead for Parks & Rec

Everything changes, that’s a fact Parks and Recreation has expertly embraced. The fan-favorite NBC comedy is wrapping up a season of surprises on Thursday, April 24 and they’ve saved the biggest twist for a “very exciting last moment” in the finale.

"The last minute or so of our season finale…the last moments are really important and big things happen that kind of show you where we’re going and where a lot of the characters are going or shows you where they may go," series star Amy Poehler told reporters. “I would encourage everybody to make sure they watch until the very end… It ends with, I don’t know, a pretty exciting and dare I say in a good way—A very exciting last moment. I’m very excited for people to see it.”

READ MORE HERE.

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torpleknopewyatt:

What if this guy got you pregnant?

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I can’t stop thinking about this

imagineabitofmagic:

Right when Leslie finds out she is pregnant, she calls Ben. That seems out of character for Leslie Knope who has always been a staunch believer in over-the-top romantic gestures and extravagant gifts. But when she is faced with a huge, life changing  situation, she automatically calls him. She doesn’t reserve eagles, craft a throne, hire a singing telegram, or make a scrapbook. She just picks up the phone and says “I have very big news for you.” She doesn’t stew in her emotions alone. She doesn’t question if she should tell him right away. It’s as natural a response for her as eating waffles for breakfast. She knows this is their adventure and she couldn’t bear to keep it to herself. The sneakiness and romantic gestures all evaporate when it comes down to the two of them, the core of their relationship, love. She doesn’t even hesitate, she just calls.