'Parks and Recreation' Season 6, Episode 8 and 9: Preview, TV Info, & More

Parks and Recreation

Last week on “Parks and Recreation”, Leslie was forced to deal with a recall vote orchestrated by her arch enemy, Councilman Jamm. She tried her hardest to save her seat, but in the end was voted out in favor of an Eagleton resident. Leslie was upset, but realized she still has work to do before leaving her job.

Tonight’s first all new episode deals with one of Leslie’s new initiatives of adding fluoride to the water of Pawnee. In order to get the town behind her she enlists the help of the Indianapolis Colts football team. Quarterback Andrew Luck, wide receiver Reggie Wayne, and team owner Jim Irsay all guest star on tonight’s episode. Here’s the synopsis of Leslie’s quest for fluoride from NBC.

Leslie tries to tackle some of her goals, such as hosting an event with the Indianapolis Colts and adding fluoride to Pawnee’s drinking water; Chris and Ron build cribs together.

The preview clip provided by NBC highlights the characteristically awkward interaction between Leslie and the Colts.

The second all new episode of the night is titled “The Cones of Dunshire” and centers around an epic face off between Leslie and Councilman Jamm. The cocky dentist has been behind the recall effort, and this episode promises to bring the fireworks. Here’s the official synopsis from NBC about tonight’s second all new “Parks and Recreation”.

Leslie faces off with Councilman Jamm; Ben gets a new hobby; Tom, April and Donna help Ron sell his cabin.

NBC didn’t provide a promo for the episode, but expect the selling of Ron’s cabin to be a solid B plot. Here’s all the info about when to catch tonight’s all new episodes of “Parks and Recreation”.

Date: Thursday, November 21st
Episode Title: “Fluoride and The Cones of Dunshire”
Start Time: 8:00 & 8:30 p.m. ET
Watch: NBC
Online Stream: NBC.com

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