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Parks and Recreation to welcome Bert Macklin

(WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR TONIGHT'S PARKS AND RECREATION)

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Bert Macklin, a FBI and the Secret Service agent, returns tonight on NBC's Parks and Recreation.

Andy Dwyer (Chris Pratt) has always dreamed of being a police officer and has created an alter ego - will Bert Macklin. Tonight Andy pursues that dream.

"Andy is definitely pursuing a career in law enforcement, and so far that's created some really great stuff," Pratt said . "Andy has to train physically because, despite the hard candy shell, he's a little soft, so he's gotta run and train."

Tom (Aziz Ansari) and Chris (Rob Lowe) are brought into the fold to help Andy get in shape. Chris is a workout addict, but the selction of Tom seems odd.

"Of course Tom knows nothing about fitness or anything, but he's just doing it so he can get this really cool golf cart that they have," Ansari said. 

Will Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) help Andy? Swanson has a warm spot for Andy and has tried to help him (and his wife April [Aubrey Plaza]) in the past.

"I imagine that he'll be available for fatherly advice, and he probably knows the best places to get donuts and coffee and could send Andy there," Offerman said. "Maybe there will be a firearm safety episode where Ron walks Andy through cleaning his sidearm." We can't imagine that going over well.

Will Andy reach his dream?


Details
Show:
- Parks and Recreation
Person:
- Chris Pratt
Network:
- NBC

Written by: Hamatosan
Sep 27th, 2012, 7:42 am

Anonypuss

Message Posted On Sep 27th, 2012, 8:40 am
I F-ing love Bert Macklin! p.s. these captchas are getting leng-thy - am I writing an essay here?(!)
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