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2011-09-16 12:00:00

Performics tracks search & social buzz and wonders: Will online chatter lead to offline gold? Chicago (PRWEB) September 16, 2011 Performics (http://www.performics.com),

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2009-07-31 11:26:59

Amy Poehler has signed up to guest star on the first two editions of the new series Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday, NBC said. The former longtime Saturday Night Live cast member left the sketch-comedy series last season to headline the new sit-com Parks and Recreation. NBC said she will appear on Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday for its premiere Sept.

2009-06-16 05:00:00

ARRIVES ON DVD SEPTEMBER 8, 2009 FROM UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT 'A GENUINELY FUNNY AND ENGAGING COMEDY!' - DANIEL CARLSON, HOLLYWOOD REPORTER OVERVIEW: From executive producers Greg Daniels (NBC's "The Office") and Michael Schur (NBC's "The Office") comes a new comedy starring Amy Poehler (NBC's "Saturday Night Live," Baby Mama) that looks at the exciting world of local government! The cameras follow Leslie Knope (Poehler) a mid-level bureaucrat in the Parks and Recreation...

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2009-05-04 12:05:54

A new category -- Best WTF Moment -- has been added to the list of MTV Movie Awards to be given out in Universal City, Calif., this month, the network said. The category is intended to recognize some of the most shocking scenes in the previous year's films. The nominees are Amy Poehler for urinating

2009-05-03 13:16:41

NBC says it has ordered 13 additional episodes of its midseason U.S.

2009-03-21 17:04:48

Amy Poehler's new TV series may draw some of its inspiration from the parks department in Lafayette, Ind., a city official says. As it turns out, staff of the NBC series Parks and Recreation contacted the city of Lafayette to do some research, the Journal & Courier in Lafayette reported Saturday.


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