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This is a new podcast for 2017 from Adam and the Muses. The show will explore the stories of ships and the many wrecks, both physical and metaphorical the sea has delivered upon the vessels and the people who sail them. Not all wrecks discussed involve a sinking, in fact some of the stories we discuss involve no actual shipwreck at all. Sometimes we will discuss a lost ship, other times the sad loss of lives upon a ship which lived on long after. Subscribe now to keep up to date and to be re ...
 
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Surprise, surprise, Leslie is annoying. She really hasn't had a good stretch of episodes, has she? Anyway, she tries to replace Ann by ranking the rest of her friends. That’ll turn out great. Meanwhile, Ben and Tom are trying to pick up some tents but Rob Huebel is getting in the way! And Andy joins Ron for a trip out of the town and is as dumb as …
 
Leslie wants to introduce a new slogan for the merger of Pawnee and Eagleton, yet those wacky citizens are voting for joke answers. Meanwhile, Donna and April are helping Tom find a location for his Tom’s Bistro idea, yet they keep stumbling upon terrible places. And Andy learns a secret about Ron Swanson. Plus, Sean is drunk and playing Street Fig…
 
Leslie tries to tear down a wall between Pawnee and Eagleton, only to unleash a swarm of bees that somehow only stings Eagletonians. And Jamm. There’s a lot of fighting going on in this episode, which may or may not inspire Sean’s top five. Meanwhile, the Unity Concert is starting to come together! Tom and Ben team up to pitch an angel investor on …
 
Leslie and Ben are celebrating their anniversary, but Leslie’s too busy trying to manage a spat between Pawnee and Eagleton. That means Larry is the lucky recipient of all of Ben’s thoughtful gifts, including a couples massage, a horse-drawn carriage, and ballroom dancing lessons. Meanwhile, April leaves a mean message about Donna on Yelp, Ron take…
 
We’re saying goodbye to Chris and Ann, and Sean could not be more distraught (mainly about Ann, he’s fine with Chris’s departure). The characters on Parks and Rec are all saying their respective goodbyes — Chris is proud of April, Donna grabs Chris’s butt, and Leslie puts on a party with all the normal and wacky holidays Ann and crew have celebrate…
 
Hope you’re not too chard-headed this episode because we’re going to the farmers market! There’s an UNCOMFORTABLE amount of chard, including in shot form. Leslie and Ben are in the midst of a government spat with each other, all of Ron’s music is in a rectangle, and Donna and Tom host a whine and cheese club. Peas be kind to others, y’all. Meanwhil…
 
Leslie is in extra annoying mode this episode, because she realizes she’s designed a well-oiled machine of an office that can operate just fine without her. Ben attempts to prank half the office and the police get involved. You can imagine how Ben gets, since he becomes more incoherent than Dawn Lazarus whenever law enforcement comes around. Meanwh…
 
It’s Leslie’s last day in the city council office! She’s saying her goodbyes — will there be one last shenanigan before she heads out? Probably. It IS Parks and Rec, after all. Meanwhile, Tom is trying to find his next big investment deal and runs a mini Shark Tank experience for people to share their great ideas. And Ann and Chris debate whether t…
 
Introducing…the Cones of Dunshire! Leslie also uses the insult “dinkhead,” which is a new one to all of us. She’s trying to win her last battle against Councilman Jamm, and it includes a hibachi grill, karaoke, and plenty of shenanigans. We wouldn't expect anything less. Meanwhile, Ron is trying to sell his cabin, and Tom, Donna, and April are all …
 
Leslie has already been recalled, so it’s time for her to be a loose cannon! This is one of our “Pawneeans are pretty darn dumb” episodes, so hope you’re ready for some stupidity. A full hour of stupidity! Sadly, Ben ends up out of a job by the end of this episode, and it’s all Leslie’s fault. They also seem to forget she still has a job within the…
 
Leslie Knope is up for a recall vote! Will she make it out the other side? Let’s find out! It’s also Halloween, despite this episode airing in mid-November. But we don’t need to pay attention to minor details like that. Meanwhile, Annabel Porter, Pawnee’s version of Gwyneth Paltrow, stops by to share some hot tips and recruit Ron Swanson for her Bl…
 
We’re dressing up and celebrating like it’s the 1990s! Well, everyone except April, who thinks we’re in the 1690s. Unfortunately, Leslie has to break away from the festivities so she can filibuster in the midst of city council. Wendy Davis would be proud. Meanwhile, Ron is trying desperately to conquer the Big Buck Hunter video game, much to the de…
 
Sean STRONGLY dislikes this episode, and he really ain’t wrong. Donna accidentally tweets out something personal from the Parks and Rec Department’s Twitter account, and faces the wrath of big government. Plus Leslie learns something surprising about her one of her prized employees. Meanwhile, Ben and Ron have the best moments of the episode trying…
 
We’re celebrating 100 episodes of Parks n Wrecked with perhaps our most foolish idea yet — inviting friends on the podcast to answer trivia questions about us. Really, it’s just a humblebrag to prove we have friends. You’ll learn things like Haleigh’s favorite Girl Scout Cookie flavor, the name and breed of Joey’s first pet, and Sean’s most popular…
 
There are so many guest stars in this episode! June Diane Raphael, Sam Elliott, Billy Eichner, Melinda Cohen, and a handful of other folks join the Pawnee crew after the town absorbs Eagleton, but will they all survive until the end of the episode? Magic 8 Ball says all signs point to no. Meanwhile, Ben and Chris are trimming the fat of the Eagleto…
 
Pawnee is auditing Eagleton! The once proud city is now…well, less proud. My, how the turntables have turned. There’s also a basketball game happening, featuring a then-29-year-old Chris Bosh playing as a high schooler. Ron is also trying to get off the grid, and turns to Tom and Donna for help. Bet that’ll turn out great! Meanwhile, Ann and April …
 
We’re kicking off Season 6 in style: by traveling to London! Most of the crew heads across the pond so Leslie can accept an award and Ben and Chris can hang out with someone that might be dumber than Andy is. Also, Ron and Diane get hitched in perhaps the quickest celebration ever. Meanwhile, Ann has finally gotten pregnant, but nobody seems to car…
 
We’ve wrapped up Season 5 so that means it’s time for a bonus episode! We’re recapping everything about the season, including some of our favorite new characters, whether Ron will be a good father, (our money is on OF COURSE), what a Parks and Rec video game would look like, and we take a “Which Parks and Rec Character Are You?” quiz. Plus, Sean ta…
 
It’s the Season 5 finale! Are you better off than the start of the show? Leslie’s trying to argue that Pawnee is, and name drops a bunch of great movies about dancing, like Honey and Step Up 2 The Streets. But the townsfolk aren’t having it. We get it—now if we want to start our day with a triple decker pancake pizza, we have to go to the Paunch Bu…
 
There’s a big vote to be had, which means it’s time for Putt Putt! Leslie and Ron face off in a battle for Councilman Jamm’s vote – and this episode features a special guest appearance from Esther Povitsky, Joey’s childhood friend! Meanwhile, Tom and Ann are both trying to break up with Mona Lisa (as a boyfriend and friend, respectively), but only …
 
Jerry’s retiring! Didn’t he let anyone know? Well, in any case, we’ll have to find a new Jerry, and in a delightful cartoonish twist, it’s Tom! Get it, because Tom and Jerry is already a cartoon? Badum tsh. We get to see Jerry in his natural element at home, and he’s suave and delightful. Leslie and Ben try to help him achieve all of his hopes and …
 
Patton Oswalt guest stars in this episode and goes on a filibuster for the ages. There are also a lot of dumb rules in the Pawnee constitution – like annually throwing people named Ted into the water – so Leslie does her best to rewrite some of ‘em. To add even more fire to the flame, Leslie and Patton have to stay at an old cabin for two weeks. An…
 
So many fantastic guest appearances in this episode. Harris Wittels and Colton Dunn are here as Harris and Brad from Animal Control, AND we get Dennis Feinstein, played masterfully by Jason Mantzoukas. Even Eric Isenhower shows up as Orin – with a speaking part! Ben, Tom, and Andy have some mighty sucking up to do to raise money for charities, whil…
 
Ben ruined the city of Partridge, MN when he was 18 years old, but now they’re ready to forgive him. Surely this isn’t a trap. Meanwhile, Councilman Jamm is suing Ron for punching him in the face during Leslie’s wedding. And guess what? Ron would do it again if he has the chance. Also, Chris and Ann are distraught after a series of mishaps. Could t…
 
Leslie offers a bailout to a local movie store, but it backfires with hilarious results. April and Ann are best friends for a week, and together with Donna they perform a stirring rendition of “Time After Time.” Jenny Slate as Mona-Lisa Saperstein makes her first appearance in the show, and that’s really all you need to know. Brandi Maxxx is also b…
 
Leslie and Ben are married, but you’d barely know it from this episode. Instead, Leslie is trying to give a funny speech at a correspondents’ lunch, though it’s gonna be hard when her speech gets stolen. And Ben has a new job at Sweetums – remember that from a previous episode? Because we sure don’t – and quickly realizes he needs to whip things in…
 
Wait, are Leslie and Ben really going through with this whole “let’s get married tonight” thing? Sure seems like it! That means everyone has jobs. Leslie and Ann are working on procuring a dress. Ben and Chris are looking for wedding rings. Ron is walking Leslie down the aisle. Donna’s giving us GREAT vocals. Andy and April are finding marriage lic…
 
This episode hits EXTREMELY close to home – Pawnee is simulating an avian flu pandemic right as we’re living a coronavirus pandemic. And perhaps in a fitting display of the world simply not giving an eff, this episode is also riddled with technical difficulties. But much like Pawnee, we will persevere! In any case, Leslie is getting Jammed all over…
 
Ann is looking to have a child, so she starts interviewing potential sperm donors. And boy oh boy are the pickings slim. As a result, Leslie is doing her best to stop everything, as is her MO. Meanwhile, Ben, Ron, Chris, and Tom taste test food for the wedding, but the calzones treat them incredibly poorly. How dare they. But this leads to one of t…
 
We may be social distancing, but we’re not letting that get us down! And perhaps it’s fitting that the world is knee-deep in garbage, because we’re covering the the episode “Women in Garbage” today. Sean is far away and sounds a bit like he’s in a well, but we’re doing our best with what we can, people. For some reason, Ron once again has to play b…
 
We’re celebrating a ton of bachelor parties (and one bachelorette party). That means a lot of fancy drinks, penis-shaped items, and general shenanigans. The boys certainly have a better time, though, between Settlers of Catan and tossing a football around with members of the Indianapolis Colts. There are also a lot of celebrity cameos in this episo…
 
This is one of the finest episodes of Parks and Rec but probably not one of our finest podcast episodes. But we’ll let you be the judge of that, eh? Jerry’s hosting a dinner party and the people that are usually the meanest to him haven’t been invited. Leslie, Ron, and Diane try to avoid the madness that is Tammy 2 at a woodworking awards banquet. …
 
It’s our last episode of the year (and decade, some might say)! Leslie and Bobby Newport have a nice chat, even though her tour bus interrupted a memorial for his late father. He’s so forgiving, that Bobby Newport. Chris Traeger needs to keep moving forever or else he’ll dissolve into a pit of darkness. Tom showcases a bit of his entrepreneurial mi…
 
It’s time for a debate! Leslie Knope and Bobby Newport are joined by Pawnee mainstays like Brandi Maxxxx and Fester Trim. We also talk about a bunch of movies, especially when it’s someone’s finest role! That whole conversation is inspired by Andy acting out movies during the live telecast of the debate, because he conveniently forgot to pay the ca…
 
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