10 plot holes and inconsistencies you might have missed on ‘Parks and Recreation’

10 plot holes and inconsistencies you might have missed on ‘Parks and Recreation’

parks and recreationA moment from “Parks and Recreation” season six, episode 10, “Second Chunce.”Colleen Hayes/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

  • The comedy “Parks and Recreation” aired on NBC from 2009 until 2015.
  • The mockumentary-style show documented the everyday lives of the employees working at the Parks and Recreation department in Pawnee, Indiana.
  • While highly praised by critics, “Parks and Recreation” wasn’t free from its share of factual goofs and continuity errors over the years.
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Beloved by many for its cast of lovable and eclectic characters, “Parks and Recreation” finished its seven-year run on NBC in 2015 and is still finding new fans on streaming services to this day.

While highly praised by critics, however, “Parks and Recreation” wasn’t free from its share of factual goofs and continuity errors over the years.

Here are 10 inconsistencies and errors viewers may have missed while watching the hit TV show.

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Published at Tue, 11 Jun 2019 19:26:56 +0000

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