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  1. Aziz Ansari Talks Madison Square Garden Show Prep, Compares His Girlfriend to 'Salad' (Video)

    7:18 pm 5/16/2014

    The idea of performing soon at the iconic NYC arena is "very insane and amazing," the "Parks and Rec" star tells Billboard.Read more

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  2. It's Official: 'Parks and Recreation' to End With Season 7

    9:30 am 5/11/2014

    The Amy Poehler comedy ranks as the longest-running comedy currently on NBC and was left off the network's fall schedule for a likely midseason return.Read more

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  3. Seth Rogen, Don Rickles to Headline Just for Laughs Festival

    9:29 am 5/7/2014

    The "Neighbors" star and wife Lauren Miller will bring their Hilarity for Charity fundraiser to Montreal as part of the Coachella of comedy. Read more

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  4. 'Parks and Recreation's' Mike Schur Talks Surprise Cameo, Time Jumps, Series Finale

    1:11 pm 4/25/2014

    "The idea that we're nearing the end is part of what gave us the courage to do something like jumping ahead in time," the showrunner tells THR.Read more

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  5. Billy Eichner on His Slow (and Loud) Rise to Stardom

    10:30 am 4/23/2014

    The former theater major now attracts a lengthy roster of A-listers (Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Lena Dunham, Seth Meyers) to his Fuse game show "Billy on the Street," and has become a scene-stealer on NBC's "Parks and Recreation."Read more

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  6. Tribeca: Aubrey Plaza, Max Greenfield Talk Breaking Out of TV Roles for 'About Alex'

    12:52 pm 4/18/2014

    The cast of small-screen favorites also revealed how that background helped them with the indie drama, while writer-director Jesse Zwick shared what he learned from his veteran-producer dad, Ed Zwick, who executive produced the title.Read more

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  7. Nick Offerman to Rule 'Confederacy of Dunces'

    10:01 am 4/4/2014

    The "Parks and Recreation" star will play New Orleans pariah Ignatius J. Reilly in an industry-only workshop reading of Jeffrey Hatcher's stage adaptation, which is aiming for Broadway.Read more

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