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Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones are both leaving Parks and Rec.


The rumors are true: Dan Harmon is in negotiations with Sony TV to return to Community, the sitcom from which he was fired right about this time last year. Streets ahead, Sony!

If you need us, we’ll be busy crying forever.

You have a perfect body. That’s your cross to bear. Mine’s that I’m a lady in the street and a freak in the bed.

If you’re not watching Suburgatory, you really should be.

Thursday’s episode drew just 2.7 million viewers and a 1.1 rating among adults 18-49. That’s a 42 percent drop from last week and the show’s lowest-rating ever in the demo.

Six… seasons… and… a movie?

The mayor of Pawnee still hasn’t been cast — we’re holding out for you, Bill Murray — but we can tell you who’s playing the mayor of Partridge, Minn. (Ben’s hometown) on an upcoming episode of Parks and Rec: the great J.K. Simmons.

Bad week for quirky sitcoms, eh?

Awesome news: Jenny Slate (of SNL and Marcel the Shell fame) is going to guest star on Parks and Rec as Jean-Ralphio’s twin sister.

“Whitney is taped in front of a live studio audience,” said Whitney Cummings at the start of Wednesday night’s second-season premiere of Whitney, apparently in an effort to prove that, yes, there really are human beings that laugh at Whitney.

Yeah, Ken Tucker still doesn’t like this show.

You could wait until 9 p.m. to watch the premiere of Happy Endings' third season on ABC… or you could be all “suck it, patience!” and watch the episode’s first five minutes, exclusively on EW.com. The choice is yours, and yours alone… but you should know that the clip is pretty amahzing.

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