Kathryn Hahn Returning for 100th Episode of 'Parks and Recreation'


Adam Scott and Kathryn Hahn in Parks and Recreation


Whip up a batch of your finest waffles, people, because 'Parks and Recreation's 100th episode is only one day away. This will be greater than birthdays, greater than Christmas — even greater than Galentine's Day. (Just kidding, nothing's greater than that!)

How do we know it's going to be so amazing? It may have something to do with the slew of familiar faces that will be stopping by — which now includes the always-hilarious Kathryn Hahn, according to

Hahn first came to Pawnee during the show's fourth season as Jennifer, the tough-as-nails campaign manager of Leslie's main opponent, Bobby Newport (Paul Rudd). In the end, however, she wound up offering Ben (Adam Scott) a position on a congressional campaign in Washington, D.C.

So what exactly will she be up to this time around? Details are a little fuzzy since producers are trying to keep things hush-hush, but here's what they were willing to reveal:

"She's in two scenes," executive producer Mike Schur tells the site. "She came in and did this scene that's kind of a big scene in the episode. Almost the entire performance that we used from her is from one take, which might not sound that amazing, but it's kind of amazing."

Like we said, that's not much to go on, but perhaps this means she's also part of the surprise ending that Schur has previously teased about. We'll just have to wait and see.

'Parks and Recreation' returns for its 100th episode on Thursday, Jan. 9 at 8:30/7:30c on NBC.

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- Parks and Recreation

Written by: Kelly_Schremph
Jan 8th, 2014, 11:38 am

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