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NBC has announced plans to air the final, 13-episode season of Parks and Recreation

London, Part 1 & 2

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The third season of Parks and Recreation premiered on January 20, 2011 on the NBC television network

The Fight

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Got into Parks and Recreation somewhere in the middle of the first season.

Pilot

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2017

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Ben Schwartz continued to appear in the third season as Tom Haverford's cocky friend Jean-Ralphio Saperstein. Several actors who had appeared in previous seasons of Parks and Recreation continue to appear in the third season, including Ben Schwartz as Tom's cocky and entrepreneurial friend Jean-Ralphio Saperstein; Natalie Morales as bartender and Tom's girlfriend ; Jama Williamson as , Tom's ex-wife who starts dating Ron; Pamela Reed as Leslie's mother ; Alison Becker as newspaper reporter ; Darlene Hunt as conservative activist ; Mo Collins as morning talk show host ; Jay Jackson as television newscaster ; Andy Forrest as Andy's frequent shoeshine customer , and Kirk Fox as sleazy sewage department employee . Eric Pierpoint appeared in "Ron & Tammy: Part 2" and "Eagleton" as , chief of the Pawnee police department. Comedians Matt Besser and Nick Kroll appeared in "" as " and ", the hosts of a Pawnee morning zoo style radio show. Besser had previously been on the sketch comedy show and troupe with Poehler. , a retired Indiana Pacers basketball player who played himself in the second season episode "Telethon", appeared again in "Li'l Sebastian". Jonathan Joss, who previously voiced John Redcorn in the animated television series — which was co-created by Parks and Recreation co-creator Greg Daniels — guest starred in "" as the local Native American tribe leader .

Despite the critical success, the third season of Parks and Recreation continued to suffer in the Nielsen ratings, just as it had during the second season. The average viewership for the 16 episodes of season three were 4.75 million household viewers, a slight increase over season two's 4.68 million average, but lower than season one's average of 5.45 million households. Michael Schur partially attributed the continually low viewership to a decline in ratings for NBC in general, as well as changing viewer trends due to many available channels. He added: "I would love it if our ratings went up and up, and we've done a pretty good job of making our show inviting and friendly, welcoming to new viewers. Other than that, I'm not sure what else we can do. It’s very disconcerting."

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    Four-time Primetime Emmy Award nominee Amy Poehler (Saturday Night Live, Parks and Recreation) returns for the hilarious fourth season of Parks and Recreation. The ever-enthusiastic Leslie Knope (Poehler) has her sights set on the City Council, but political campaigns are never easy: Leslie must deal with shady journalists, a deep-pocketed opponent (guest star Paul Rudd), bus accidents, and even a still-smitten old flame in her quest to serve her beloved hometown.

    This Peabody Award-winning season features "TV's funniest ensemble cast" (Entertainment Weekly) and phenomenal guest stars including Rudd (Knocked Up), Megan Mullally (Will and Grace) and Louis C.K. (Louie). Catch all 22 episodes uninterrupted and commercial free, from Primetime Emmy Award winners Greg Daniels (The Office, The Simpsons) and Michael Schur (The Office, Saturday Night Live).

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Ben Schwartz continued to appear in the third season as Tom Haverford's cocky friend Jean-Ralphio Saperstein. Several actors who had appeared in previous seasons of Parks and Recreation continue to appear in the third season, including Ben Schwartz as Tom's cocky and entrepreneurial friend Jean-Ralphio Saperstein; Natalie Morales as bartender and Tom's girlfriend ; Jama Williamson as , Tom's ex-wife who starts dating Ron; Pamela Reed as Leslie's mother ; Alison Becker as newspaper reporter ; Darlene Hunt as conservative activist ; Mo Collins as morning talk show host ; Jay Jackson as television newscaster ; Andy Forrest as Andy's frequent shoeshine customer , and Kirk Fox as sleazy sewage department employee . Eric Pierpoint appeared in "Ron & Tammy: Part 2" and "Eagleton" as , chief of the Pawnee police department. Comedians Matt Besser and Nick Kroll appeared in "" as " and ", the hosts of a Pawnee morning zoo style radio show. Besser had previously been on the sketch comedy show and troupe with Poehler. , a retired Indiana Pacers basketball player who played himself in the second season episode "Telethon", appeared again in "Li'l Sebastian". Jonathan Joss, who previously voiced John Redcorn in the animated television series — which was co-created by Parks and Recreation co-creator Greg Daniels — guest starred in "" as the local Native American tribe leader .

Despite the critical success, the third season of Parks and Recreation continued to suffer in the Nielsen ratings, just as it had during the second season. The average viewership for the 16 episodes of season three were 4.75 million household viewers, a slight increase over season two's 4.68 million average, but lower than season one's average of 5.45 million households. Michael Schur partially attributed the continually low viewership to a decline in ratings for NBC in general, as well as changing viewer trends due to many available channels. He added: "I would love it if our ratings went up and up, and we've done a pretty good job of making our show inviting and friendly, welcoming to new viewers. Other than that, I'm not sure what else we can do. It’s very disconcerting."