Whether you love it or, uh… hate it, “Glee” shows no signs of stopping in its full-scale pop culture invasion. Even “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” caught Glee Fever in February when Jimmy aired the first installment of his “Glee” parody, “6-Bee.”

On April 8, the “6-Bee” glee club met their match: the cast of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” who had even (gasp!) appropriated Fallon’s in-house band, The Roots. The almost ten-minute parody also featured “SNL” favorites Fred Armison and Abby Elliott.

Our favorite part was watching a visibly pregnant Amy Poehler in a dance-off against the Slushie-drenched Jimmy Fallon. We also loved getting to see Rashida Jones show off her musical chops. But where was Aziz Ansari? What a jazzhole.

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The official trailer for “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World” has been released! Check it out below…

You can bring home one celebrated indie comedy on DVD this May. Mystery Team will be released on DVD on May 25. This DVD will be priced at $27.98 SRP and you can take a look at the cover art and special features below. The film stars Donald Glover, DC Pierson, Dominic Dierkes, Aubrey Plaza, Bobby Moynihan and Matt Walsh.

Originally formed at NYU, Derrick Comedy’s five young members quickly rose to stardom via YouTube sketches that captured an incredible fan base nationwide. Mystery Team follows the adventures of three high-school virgins who are stuck solving childish whodunit mysteries in their neighborhood. But when these bumbling boy detectives are tasked to investigate a real murder, they see the ultimate opportunity to prove themselves once and for all.

Special Features:

* Audio commentary from Derrick Comedy members: Dan Eckman, Meggie McFadden, Dominic Dierkes, Donald Glover and DC Piersonrn * “The Making of Mystery Team”: a featurette about five best friends doing something no one believed they could do: make a movie about three best friends doing something no one believed they could do.rn * Deleted Material: A reel of jokes and moments that were cut from the final film.rn * Preproduction Test Scene: Rehearsal footage for a scene from the film, shot on the director’s camcorder.rn * Sword Club: A testament to some very special heroes who supported Mystery Team across America.rn * Who Is Wally Cummings?: The story of an enigmatic, creepy, and disputably talented character actor who visited the set of Mystery Team.

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Actress Aubrey Plaza studied Parks and Recreation co-star Amy Poehler in HS

Playing the intern on a Thursday night NBC sitcom is not a bad gig for a young actor. Look at B.J. Novak, the young man who plays “Ryan” on “The Office.” He was literally unknown when he joined the show and quickly became a strong character onscreen and off, writing at least 10 episodes and producing 33.

So what can we expect from Aubrey Plaza, who plays April the Intern on “Parks and Recreation”?

Amy Poehler’s character, Leslie Knope, strives to be a positive influence on young April, not quite realizing that April is already smarter and savvier than Leslie may ever be.

Okay, maybe she’s not that smart.

Plaza brings some pretty strong credentials to the role of an intern, including graduating from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and several years of improv and sketch comedy experience at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater–you might know them for producing Stephen Colbert and Amy Sedaris. She also appeared in the Adam Sandler film Funny People, alongside her “Parks and Recreation” co-star Aziz Ansari.

“I’m really bad at picking my favorite anything,” says Aubrey Plaza, the 25- year-old actress who appears on NBC’s primetime gem Parks and Recreation. “I don’t really have a favorite movie or band or color or candy bar or parent. I’m pretty inconsistent in all areas of my life. Maybe that’s why I’m an actor?”

Whatever the reason, Plaza should keep at it. In addition to her recurring role on Parks, the banged brunette recently appeared in Judd Apatow’s Funny People and will soon be seen in the Michael Cera vehicle, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. “Oh my God!” she says, “I totally forgot to put the song I was named after on this list! It’s called ‘Aubrey’ and it’s by Bread, this weird ’70s band. It’s actually really depressing when you listen to it. Can we add an eleventh song to this thing? Either way, here are 10 songs that have nothing to do with each other.”

Judy Garland’s “Do It Again.”
I have been obsessed with Judy Garland since I was 12. I don’t know why. It’s really weird how I got into her. I had to do this project in seventh grade on decades. My decade was the ’60s, I think, the decade she died. Some people said that she killed herself and some people said that it was an accidental overdose. For some reason, I got all Nancy Drew-obsessed with trying to figure out how she died. Now I know everything about her, in a creepy way. My room was covered with pictures of her.

Tommy James and the Shondells’ “Crimson & Clover.”
I enjoy love songs about people who hardly know each other. The lyrics are something like, “I don’t hardly know her, but I think I could love her.”

Hap Palmer’s “I Can Put My Clothes On By Myself.”
This is from an album that Amy [Poehler, her co-star in Parks and Recreation] and I found while shooting on location at a preschool. We were stealing things, like we usually do, and started listening to all these weird children’s albums. Hap Palmer makes kids songs sound like cool ’70s rock songs. I listen to them while I clean.

Coconut Records’ “I Am Young.”
This song is in Funny People. Jason Schwartzman did a lot of the music for the movie [under the name Coconut Records]. That movie kind of changed my life, so I felt like I needed to add a song from it. Before Funny People, I was waiting tables. Literally, the week before I got cast, I was broke and didn’t have a job. I still feel like, any day now, I’ll have to go back to New York and start taking people’s orders again.

The Spring Standards’ “In The Underground.”
I grew up with these guys in Delaware and now they are a real fucking band. I don’t know what it is about Delaware, but there are a lot of talented people out there. I think there’s some
strange radioactive stuff in the water. You should buy this album.

The Beatles'”I Want You (She’s So Heavy).”
I went on a road trip last August, from Chicago to L.A. We stopped at a Starbucks to get pumpkin lattes, and ended up buying all of these Beatles albums. I don’t know why, but it’s more fun to listen to something that you bought at Starbucks. We also listened to this Stephen King book on tape that was read by Anne Heche for nine hours.

Judy Garland’s “The Man That Got Away.”
This song is in A Star is Born, one of my favorite movies of all time. I’ve watched everything with Judy in it. I’ve read so many books about her. She’s just one of those famous people who made me want to act.

Big Pun’s “100%.”
I’m half Puerto Rican. This song makes me want to be full Puerto Rican.

Ben Folds Five’s “Don’t Change Your Plans.”
This reminds me of when I was in Spain on a high school field trip. It was all juniors and seniors, but I went as a freshman. I didn’t have any friends, so I ended up getting lost on my own, looking at old castles and listening to Ben Folds’ voice.

Aqua’s “Barbie Girl.”
I think I hate this song.

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Aubrey was on the G4 channel’s “Attack of the Show” recently, and now you can watch her interview from the show!

Watch the interview online here!

Aubrey is going to be a guest on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” on Thursday, February 4th! The show airs on the NBC network at about 12:35am, but make sure you check your local TV listings for exact air times in your area.

One of Aubrey’s new projects, “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World”, is going to be released this summer! The exact release date is August 13, 2010!!!

NBC has given one of its Thursday night comedies an early renewal this year. According to The Hollywood Reporter, NBC has issued a third-season pickup for the comedy Parks and Recreation.

It was said that the early renewal was done strictly for scheduling and production reasons, to lock in the actors for a new season. A network rep said that it didn’t reflect on the rest of its Thursday night comedy slate. Community, The Office and 30 Rock are all expected to return next season as well.

Parks and Recreation stars Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones, Aziz Ansari, Paul Schneider, Nick Offerman, Aubrey Plaza, Chris Pratt, Nick O’Heir, Retta and airs on Thursday nights at 8:30 PM ET on NBC.

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