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TV Junkie: Last Night at PaleyFest2011 - 'Parks and Recreation'

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Amy Poehler aka Leslie Knope of NBC's "Parks and Recreation" at last night's PaleyFest. [Photo by Thomas Attila Lewis]

Amy Poehler aka Leslie Knope of NBC's "Parks and Recreation" at last night's PaleyFest. [Photo by Thomas Attila Lewis]
We're preempting our listings again tonight in order to share our videos of last night's "Parks and Recreation" night at PaleyFest2011 which was fantastic [see below]. Tonight's PaleyFest is about HBO's "Eastbound & Down" and tomorrow's is "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" - go to the Paley Center's website for more information on tickets and the schedule for the remainder of PaleyFest2011 which runs for another 9 days.
The TV Junkie Must-Watch Plan: "The Big Bang Theory," "Fierce Funny Women," "Man vs. Wild" (Borneo), "Archer," "Conan" (Actor Seth Rogen; media personality Wendy Williams; Lykke Li performs), "Lopez Tonight" (Actor Paul Reubens; Actress Emanuelle Chriqui), "The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson" (Comic Wanda Sykes; actor Kevin McKidd)Last night's PaleyFest2011 focused on NBC's "Parks and Recreation" and was moderated by Michael Ausiello of It was a great panel that was all the greater because we had a stage-full of comedic actors, stand-up, and improv veterans who also have genuine affection for each other, something that is very apparent on-screen/

Please find below the interview videos for:
Amy Poehler aka Leslie Knope
Nick Offerman aka Ron Swanson
Rashida Jones aka Ann Perkins
Aubrey Plaza aka April Ludgate
Chris Pratt aka Andy Dwyer
Adam Scott aka Ben Wyatt
Jim O'Heir aka Jerry Gergich
Retta aka Donna

Amy Poehler

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Nick Offerman

Rashida Jones

Aubrey Plaza

Chris Pratt

Adam Scott

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Jim O'Heir