Parks and Rec fans got a visit from their favorite friends in Pawnee, Indiana last night. And if you missed it, don’t fret- you can watch it online today. Here’s how to watch the Parks and Rec Special on NBC.
How To Watch The Parks and Rec Special If You Missed It, Garry!
Statefarm and Subaru teamed up with the cast from Parks and Rec (THE BEST SHOW EVERRRRR!) to do a special quarantine episode last night.
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The cast shot their segments from home, with a perfect storyline to explain why some of the couples were apart.
Andy locked himself in a shed, for example, and scoffed at the notion that Bert Macklin, FBI needed assistance “escaping from a measly shed!”
There were surprises (looking at you, Bobby Newport!), laughs and even some tears.
If you are a huge Parks and Rec fan and missed this episode last night, GARRY, you’ll want to hop online and stream it this morning.
Here’s where you can watch the Parks and Rec Special on NBC.
Fangirling Parks and Rec
Theresa joins me to fangirl one of our favorite shows on the No-Guilt Fangirls podcast.
Where To Binge-Watch Parks and Rec
If you are looking for a good binge that will lift you up and make you feel good during this time, I cannot recommend this show enough!
Before Chris Pratt was Star-Lord he was Andy Dwyer- the perfectly hot mess goofball of Pawnee, Indiana. And for that reason alone, you might want to chime in if you are a Marvel movie fangirl or guy!
But the cast is amazing all around, the writing is sharp, and the stories are positive and light. Definitely could land high on the binge/repeat cycle of your TV-watching life, kinda like a Schitt’s Creek but super American.
And we have Jean-Ralphio Saperstein, I mean… who could ask for more?
You can dive into Parks and Rec on the following streaming services:
- Amazon Prime Video (affiliate link)
Just Need The Parks and Rec Special?
If you’re a superfan who missed the show last night, or maybe just needed a rewatch as I did, here’s where you can watch the Parks and Rec Special on NBC.
RIP, Li’l Sebastian.
Patty Holliday is a movie critic, writer, and podcaster living in the Washington, DC area. Her goal is to bridge the gap between casual fandom and picky critic with parent movie and television reviews.