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[S2E15] Department Investigation: Part 1


The new bullet-proof vests designed for the department's female officers have an unexpected side effect. Meanwhile, a freed prisoner plans revenge on the department, but they don't remember who he is.




[S2E15] Department Investigation: Part 1


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The hilarity is popping in Pawnee, when Rob Lowe and Alan Yang discuss S3E15 of Parks and Recreation! In "The Bubble" Leslie's mom makes a pass at Ben, not knowing that he and Leslie are dating. On today's episode the team share how fun it is to have Chris interacting with all of the parks department, Greg gives insights on his first writing credit, and why it took so long to get Marlene back in an episode! All of this and some surprising data about opening credits. Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992


The Snake Juice proves delicious and popular with the rest of the parks department employees, all of whom become extremely drunk, with the exception of Donna who is on a juice cleanse. Chris arrives to warn Tom that using government employees to promote his own personal ventures is a breach of ethics. He tells a disappointed Tom that he must sell his shares of the Snakehole Lounge if he wants to keep his job.


After Ann bails Leslie out of jail, she tells her that Lindsay built the fence to get a rise out of Leslie, because she is jealous that Leslie was offered the Eagleton job first. Ann suggests that Lindsay should be hit with a baseball bat, which gives Leslie the idea to turn Pawnee's side of Lafayette Park into a wiffle ball field, with the fence serving as the outfield wall. Lindsay is impressed by how fast Leslie turned the fence into something positive, and remembers why she and Leslie joined the parks department in the first place. With their relationship on the mend, the two agree to get a drink together.


The episode begins with Ron horrifying the entire parks department by pretending to pull his own tooth out with a pair of pliers. After everyone flees the conference room, and Tom passes out, Ron admits to camera that it was a prank and that a dentist had removed the tooth the previous day. In the next scene, April and Andy invite everyone to a dinner party to celebrate their one month anniversary, while Ben explains a job offer dilemma to Leslie which could potentially take him away or keep him in Pawnee.


Pack your bags because Rob Lowe and Alan Yang are heading to the Disney Ranch to recap S3E8 of Parks and Recreation! In "Camping" Leslie takes the whole department camping in order to brainstorm new ideas. On today's episode find out how this episode mirrored the writer's room retreats, why team building exercises didn't always help build the team, and some insider knowledge on a filming technique called the Texas Switch. Come for the Parks and Rec recap, stay for the NCIS lore! Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992


The Pawnee media swarms the festival to cover the curse, endangering its opening the next day with the bad press, with one reporter likening Ben's past as a failed teen mayor with the curse. Now believing himself to be the curse, Ben leaves the festival. As Leslie reassures the reporters there is no curse, the power generator blows out, leaving the festival dark and stranding most of the parks department on a Ferris wheel. Using the blackout as an excuse, Ann takes Donna's advice to make out with Kiley (Joey Russo), her dumb but attractive patient.


In another room, Dana is complaining to FBI Agent Greg Richardson (Stanley Brock), the head of FBI headquarters in Boston, that she had been promised by the Justice Department that Nick would be put away for life. Richardson responds that the jury found him innocent and there was nothing they could do about it. Dana tells him that the FBI is supposed to be protecting her, but she has been protecting herself. She jumped into a bayou full of alligators to avoid being shot by Nick in New Orleans and this morning she only survived because she had to help an incompetent Sam find his car keys. Richardson insists that Sam is one of the department's best agents, but Dana is not impressed. Richardson jokes that Dana shouldn't have gotten involved with Nick. Dana insists that she only worked for him. Richardson is dubious, since Dana was there for twenty-seven months and seemingly knew nothing. An angry Dana protests that Nick is the criminal, not her, and now she is on the run while Nick is a free man.


Towards the end of a frightful season, "SVU" plays some inside baseball and focuses on drama between departments. Assistant District Attorney Casey Novak (Diane Neal) has her eye on a judge that may be responsible for the outcome of the unit's most recent case. The episode begins to prove that Novak is not all talk, she's about justice even when the case is already closed. And that means questioning the power of those with the most influence. 041b061a72


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