Parks and Recreation: Season 6

Parks and Recreation: Season 6

Parks and Recreation: Season 6

Amy Poehler won a Golden Globe in this beloved comedy series as Leslie Knope, a mid-level bureaucrat in the Parks and Recreation Department who has bigger dreams for her small town of Pawnee, Indiana.

2013USA
Comedy

Streaming (3 Providers)

EPISODE 6.1
8 May 2021

London, Part 1

Leslie wins an award from an international Women in Government organization, and travels to London with Ben, Andy, April and Ron to accept it.

EPISODE 6.2
8 May 2021

London, Part 2

Leslie wins an award from an international Women in Government organization, and travels to London with Ben, Andy, April, and Ron to accept it. Tom hunts down the mysterious businessman who is trying to put... MORE Rent-a-Swag out of business, while Ann and Chris settle into the next phase of their relationship.

EPISODE 6.3
8 May 2021

The Pawnee-Eagleton Tip off Classic

Ben, Leslie and Chris meet with Eagleton city councilor Ingrid de Forest to discuss financial matters; Ann brings April to vet school orientation; Ron tries to get off the grid.

EPISODE 6.4
8 May 2021

Doppelgängers

Leslie pairs up the Pawnee Parks employees with their Eagleton counterparts. Meanwhile Ben and Chris reunite for an accounting project, and Ann reveals her plans for the future.

EPISODE 6.5
8 May 2021

Gin It Up!

Leslie tries to calm a minor scandal that gets blown out of proportion. Tom tries to impress a new love interest, while Ben convinces Ron to prepare a will.

EPISODE 6.6
8 May 2021

Filibuster

Leslie throws Ben a birthday bash but is forced to leave early for an emergency late-night filibuster. Tom tries to make some memories with his new girlfriend, Ron and Donna go hunting. April reconnects with... MORE Andy.

EPISODE 6.7
8 May 2021

Recall Vote

Leslie prepares a haunted house with Ben, Ann and Chris for Halloween on the day of the recall vote. Meanwhile, Tom fears the end of Rent-A-Swag and persuades Ron to help save his business.

EPISODE 6.8
8 May 2021

Fluoride

Leslie tries to complete some of her biggest city council goals, like hosting an NFL Play 60 event with the Indianapolis Colts, and trying to add fluoride to Pawnee’s drinking water. Meanwhile, Chris and Ron... MORE attempt to bond while building cribs for their future children.

EPISODE 6.9
8 May 2021

The Cones of Dunshire

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

EPISODE 6.10
8 May 2021

Second Chunce

Leslie comes to terms with her last day in office and plans for the future with Ben. Chris and Ann find out the sex of their child, Andy comes home from London, and Tom looks... MORE to the future.

EPISODE 6.11
8 May 2021

New Beginnings

Leslie and Ben both face new challenges on the first day of new jobs. Donna, April and Andy play a prank on Ben, while Tom prepares for a big presentation. Meanwhile Ann and Chris contemplate... MORE taking a big leap together.

EPISODE 6.12
8 May 2021

Farmers Market

Leslie fights with Ben over questionable sales techniques at the local farmers market. Ann searches for a way to vent about the annoying aspects of pregnancy, while April supports Andy in a new creative venture.

EPISODE 6.13
8 May 2021

Ann and Chris

On Ann and Chris's last night in Pawnee, Leslie throws a grand farewell party and attempts to fulfill one last promise. Meanwhile, Tom, Ben, Ron and Andy struggle to find the perfect going away gift... MORE for Chris.

EPISODE 6.14
8 May 2021

Anniversaries

Ben attempts to surprise Leslie with a special anniversary gift. Tom and Adam try to help Leslie bring positive light to the Pawnee-Eagleton merger, while April asserts her new authority as Donna’s boss.

EPISODE 6.15
8 May 2021

The Wall

Leslie's efforts to take down the wall separating Eagleton and Pawnee yield unexpected results; Ben and Tom meet with possible sponsors for the concert; Ron finds a new hobby.

EPISODE 6.16
8 May 2021

New Slogan

Leslie aims to create a new town slogan, but runs afoul of local shock jocks. Andy scouts bands to play the Unity Concert and discovers an interesting secret about Ron, while Tom looks for a... MORE restaurant locale with Donna and April.

EPISODE 6.17
8 May 2021

Galentine's Day

Leslie throws a hasty Galentine’s Day in an attempt to find a replacement for Ann. Tom and Ben look to finalize a deal on tents for the Unity Concert, while Ron finds himself looking after... MORE Andy.

EPISODE 6.18
8 May 2021

Prom

Leslie helps organize the high school's Senior Prom, and battles with Ron over the future employment of a bright high school senior. Andy takes an unwilling April as his date, and Tom is tasked with... MORE DJ'ing and agrees to let Ben help.

EPISODE 6.19
8 May 2021

Flu Season 2

In the midst of flu season, a sick Leslie and Andy struggle to book performers for the Unity Concert. Meanwhile, Tom heads to a wine competition in search of a sommelier for his new restaurant,... MORE and Ben seeks drunken help from Ron with a personal problem.

EPISODE 6.20
8 May 2021

One in 8,000

Leslie and Ben run a charity auction to raise funds for the unity concert. April steps in to manage Andy's schedule, while Donna asks Ron for help with her ex-boyfriend.

EPISODE 6.21
8 May 2021

Moving Up, Part 1

Leslie, Ben, and Andy head to San Francisco for a National Parks Conference. Tom opens his restaurant, Ron has another run-in with his ex-wife Tammy 2, Andy lives a rock and roll fantasy, and Leslie... MORE makes a huge decision about her future.

EPISODE 6.22
8 May 2021

Moving Up, Part 2

Leslie, Ben, and Andy head to San Francisco for a National Parks Conference. Tom opens his restaurant, Ron has another run-in with his ex-wife Tammy 2, Andy lives a rock and roll fantasy, and Leslie... MORE makes a huge decision about her future.

Parks and Recreation: Season 6 / Reviews

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

If there’s anything Parks And Recreation’s position on the government stands for, it’s the governing looking out for the governed. And as the show begins its sixth season, it looks out for its characters with a wider scope.

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

It’s now just a waiting game to see if this patchy episodic specimen can gradually move past its Office-inspired roots and trudge toward developing its own individual, winning skin.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

Parks doesn’t yet have the snap or clear character delineation of Steve Carell’s sitcom. But people forget: The Office seemed a little flat when it premiered in 2005.

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