What to Watch: Before hiatus, an hour of ‘Parks and Recreation’

Posted by Brooke Cain on November 21, 2013 

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Retta as Donna Meagle and Nick Offerman as Ron Swanson on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.”

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Parks and Recreation (8pm, NBC) - In the last two episodes of the show before NBC banishes it to a hiatus of undetermined length, Leslie sets out to check off some of her biggest goals on city council. Later, Ron asks Tom, April and Donna for help selling his cabin in the woods.

The Crazy Ones (9pm, CBS) - The agency's annual softball game is held and the stakes are high for one employee whose job is on the line. Also, the real story concerning Simon's memorable last win may be revealed.

Glee (9pm, Fox) - The McKinley High seniors start to think about life after graduation in an episode featuring songs by Billy Joel.

A Chef's Life (9:30pm, UNC-TV) - Tonight, Kinston chef Vivian Howard learns about collard greens and makes "collard kraut" with neighbors. Later, she hosts an event called Terra Vita for 100 people. And yes, collard greens are on the menu.

Scandal (10pm, ABC) - Josie's campaign faces a potential crisis, so Olivia's team attempt to manage it while also trying to get to the bottom of Operation Remington. Elsewhere, Cyrus begins to think of the collateral damage that could result from his plotting Sally's downfall.

Parenthood (10pm, NBC) - God help us all (and most especially, the city of Berkeley), but it's election day on "Parenthood." Kristina and Adam remain optimistic while Jasmine and Crosby use the election as a teaching moment for Jabbar.

Covert Affairs (10pm, USA) - In the Season 4 finale, Calder wonders if Joan is the only person he can trust when he returns to the United States with good news.

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