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Bill Murray Played The Mayor On ‘Parks & Rec,’ Making Amy Poehler’s Dreams Come True

In the stretch toward its final episode, “Parks and Recreation” is pulling out all the stops. On Tuesday night, that meant a little old guest appearance by Bill Murray. Yes, BILL MURRAY was on “Parks and Recreation.”

The actor appeared as Walter Gunderson, the deceased mayor of Pawnee — a character widely referenced throughout the show’s history but never before depicted. The mayor spoke to his residents from the grave in a little video message, and had an open casket at his funeral.


Getting Murray to play the mayor of Pawnee has been a dream of Amy Poehler and the “Parks and Rec” cast and crew for years. Back in 2011, Poehler mentioned her wish to cast him in an interview at PayleyFest and during an appearance on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.” She brought it up it again in an interview with Entertainment Weekly at Sundance in 2013.

“I want Bill Murray to play the mayor,” she said “And I just dream about it every night. I whisper it to a bird and then I open the window and the bird flies away.”

Show creator Mike Schur told Entertainment Weekly that when they did finally manage to snag the actor, he was the perfect addition on set.

“He was just the most delightful person,” he said. “Not only was he incredibly complimentary of the show, he went around to every one of the actors and told them how great they were and cited specific episodes and moments. He hung out on the set for three hours, watching us shoot the show.”

The man, the myth, the legend.

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Hulu Picks Up Amy Poehler’s New Comedy Starring Billy Eichner & Julie Klausner

“Parks And Recreation” may be ending next year, but a little piece of Pawnee will stay on Hulu.

The site announced Tuesday that it had given a straight-to-series order for Poehler-produced show “Difficult People” — a half hour comedy starring “Billy on the Street” host (and the inimitable “Craig” on “Parks & Rec”) Billy Eichner and master podcaster/”Billy on the Street” scribe Julie Klausner.

The show will follow the two real-life best friends as they get themselves up to some awkward antics in New York City, not unlike the premise of Comedy Central’s “Broad City,” which Poehler also produces.

“I tend to enjoy funny people creating and starring in comedy programs, and Julie and Billy are the funniest around,” Poehler said of the pair.

Um, we’re sold.

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Golden Globes Highlights: From Amy Poehler’s Win To Diane Keaton’s Song For Woody Allen

The 71st Golden Globe Awards featured many moments worth their weight in gold.

From Amy Poehler winning Best Actress for “Parks and Recreation” (after making out with Bono) to Emma Thompson walking out onstage with her high heels and martini in hand, the night was full of surprises and fun.

Hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler owned the night. From their funny opening bit (“Tam Honks,” anyone?) to Poehler dressing up as Fey’s “son,” Randy, but it was Poehler who ended up being an actual winner. She took home the Best Actress in a Comedy Series for her role on “Parks and Recreation.”

In addition to love for Poehler, the Hollywood Foreign Press were obviously big fans of “Breaking Bad,” which won Best Drama Series and Best Actor in a Drama Series for Bryan Cranston.

There was a double surprise for “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” in the TV Comedy categories when series star Andy Samberg won for Best Actor and the show itself won Best Comedy Series.

Some of the stranger highlights included Jacqueline Bisset’s perplexing acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress in a TV Movie or Miniseries, and Diane Keaton ending her acceptance speech for Woody Allen’s Cecil B. DeMille Award by singing the Girl Scouts song, “Make New Friends (But Keep The Old).”

The Golden Globes continued with its annual tradition of having the stars let loose, giving the audience a show to remember — and plenty to talk about until next year.
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