What episode of Parks and Rec does Ron get the flu?

“Flu Season” (sometimes referred to as “The Flu”) is the second episode of the third season of the American comedy television series Parks and Recreation, and the 32nd overall episode of the series.

Where can I watch season 2 of Parks and Recreation?

All seven seasons of Parks and Rec are available to stream on the NBC streaming service, Peacock. The service has a free plan and a premium plan for $4.99 per month. Both show ads, but the premium plan has more content. In this case, Season 1 and season 2 of Parks and Rec are available to watch on Peacock’s free plan.

Why is season 3 of Parks and Recreation so short?

Toward the end of production on the second season, lead actor Amy Poehler became pregnant and the producers of the show were forced to go into production on season three early and film an additional six episodes to accommodate not only Poehler’s pregnancy, but also a projected September 2010 air date.

What episode is flu season 2 Parks and Rec?

“Flu Season 2” is the nineteenth episode of season 6 of the NBC television series Parks and Recreation, and the 109th episode overall. It premiered on April 10, 2014 to 2.56 million viewers.

Which episode does Leslie get the flu?

Leslie gets the flu right before an important fund-raising pitch for the Harvest Festival, Chris tries frantically to avoid catching the bug, and Ron hires Andy to replace April while she is…

Who was pregnant Parks and Rec?

Executive producer Michael Schur confirmed to Entertainment Weekly that Diane was pregnant, but the focus of her pregnancy next season will be on how it impacts Ron. “He’s going to go through a significant transformation as he prepares to do this gigantic thing, which is to become a biological father,” said Schur.

How old was Amy Poehler during Parks and Rec?

How old is the cast of Parks and Recreation? Amy Poehler was 37 when she first portrayed Pawnee’s favorite daughter Leslie Knope in season one of Parks and Recreation in 2006.

Why did Parks and Rec jump 3 years?

At the end of season six, “Parks and Recreation” surprisingly jumped two years into the future, just after Ben and Leslie found out that they were going to have triplets. Poehler suggested the time jump because she was raising two young children in real life and didn’t want to work with babies on the show.