"We made a list of all the people that we wanted to have back and he was high on the list, so we managed to snag him." Rudd last associated with Knope and co.
in the show's fourth season, running against Amy Poehler's Leslie for a city council position.
Andy Dwyer wins April Ludgate back and they start dating.
Only a few weeks later, they marry in a surprise ceremony.
After that stellar opening episode, we were a tad unsure when it became clear we were getting a Tammy-centric episode so soon into the season, but it played out satisfyingly enough that we didn't end up minding.
The third season of Parks and Recreation premiered on January 20, 2011 on the NBC television network.
And then, of course, one of our last images from tonight's episodes featured Tammy standing naked in the middle of the library.
We simultaneously want to never see Tammy again and also see her at literally all times.
The season was produced by Deedle-Dee Productions and Universal Media Studios, and series co-creators Greg Daniels and Michael Schur served as executive producers.
As of this season, the series will take the Eastern time slot following The Office as part of NBC's new three-hour comedy block on Thursday nights. Leslie Knope decides to bring back the defunct Pawnee Harvest Festival, the success or failure of which will determine the financial future of the department.
We laughed, we cried, and cried, and cried, and took careful notes of every time we made a sound, whether it was a sob, a gasp, a guffaw, or a Swansonesque giggle.
Thus, in celebration of the beginning of the end of our only reason for living, we give you the top 16 moments from the final season premiere.– Ron and Leslie are now mortal enemies thanks to something unspeakable called Morningstar.
Leslie and Ben begin dating, but keep it secret due to Chris's policy against workplace romances.