Aubrey Plaza - Hot Video: Prom Date with Jason Bateman and Will Arnett

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Aubrey Plaza in Piggyback

Andy gives April a piggyback ride to the picnic location.

These two really need to hook up! April's on again at the end!


Monday, March 29, 2010

Parks & Recreation - Season 2, Episode 20: Summer Catalog

Leslie seeks inspiration from the past while preparing the summer events.


Sunday, March 21, 2010

Aubrey Plaza - talks to Mindy Kaling (from The Office)

First, Mindy wrote:

I do love you [Aubrey]. You're the only pretty girl I know who can pull off brooding
2:50 PM

Then Aubrey wrote:

brood= think deeply about something that makes one unhappy=ME!!
3:01 PM

Basically saying that Aubrey's inspiration for brooding... is thinking about herself. =^)

Then Mindy, who apparently is super nice, clarified that she was talking about the show...

[Aubrey] i mean on the show!! april is a pretty brooder
3:17 PM

And then Aubrey finished the conversation with...

WHAT show @mindykaling #broodingismylife

Basically telling Mindy that she is the April character, which isn't really true (it's a joke, of sorts). Aubrey actually has a lot of fun normally. However, she's been playing her characters more in interviews because that's the humor she knows so well, and everybody wants an actor to entertain, even when it's an interview or tweet. So Aubrey's been doing that more lately.

Wow, Mindy has over a million followers! That's awesome! That's like a quarter of the way to Ashton Kutcher!


Saturday, March 20, 2010

Aubrey Plaza in Butt of the Joke (Parks and Rec)

Here's a clip from this week's "Park Safety" episode.

Jerry's return to work isn't as silent as he had hoped.

Poor Jerry. =^)


Friday, March 19, 2010

Parks & Recreation - Season 2, Episode 19: Park Safety

Leslie leaps into action when Jerry is mugged in a park. Leslie meets with Carl, the park safety ranger, in hopes of improving park safety.
Guest Star: Andy Samberg

Hilarious beginning! Poor Jerry.


Thursday, March 18, 2010

Aubrey Plaza in Possum Story

Here is another clip. This is also a Web exclusive (cut from the episode). Aubrey's in the background.

Aubrey has a line near the end.


Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Aubrey Plaza - her favorite songs

Aubrey Plaza does another interview...

"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?”


"Aubrey" by Bread:

“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.”

"Do it Again" by Judy Garland (from the Judy Garland Show):

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.

"Crimson & Clover":

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.”

Can't find "I Can Put My Clothes On By Myself," but here's "Colors" by Hap Palmer:

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.

Jason Schwartzman's "I Am Young":

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.

"In The Underground" (nice and upbeat):

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):

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.

The Man That Got Away:

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.

Don't Change Your Plans:

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 ended up getting lost on my own, looking at old castles and listening to Ben Folds’ voice.

Barbie Girl:

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

[Yes. Yes you do.]

Aubrey likes...Peter McManus Cafe (New York)



Monday, March 15, 2010

Aubrey Plaza - warns Steve Agee not to talk to her at the night of 140 tweets

Ben Stiller is still trying to get his not for profit Haiti relief efforts going.

Here's his latest attempt...

On March 12th, 140 Twitterers will come together on one stage to read their best tweet to help build schools in Haiti. Inevitably one person will suck. Ben Stiller doesn't want to be that guy. So he hired writers...

Aubrey Plaza went to this.

Aubrey tweeted...


This is in reference to Steve's harassing tweets he sent to Aubrey.

And then Steve tweeted...

wow, [Aubrey Plaza] just tweeted about me on stage!!! I also got a pic of her running from me :( #140TWEETS

So apparently Aubrey went to the Night of 140 Tweets and showcased her Steve Agee tweets.


Sunday, March 14, 2010

Aubrey Plaza - in Possum On the Loose

Leslie and April try to deal with the possum running loose in Ann's house.


Saturday, March 13, 2010

Parks & Recreation - Season 2, Episode 18: The Possum

When a pesky possum wreaks havoc on a Pawnee golf course, Leslie is asked to set up a task force.


Thursday, March 11, 2010

Aubrey Plaza can't get the Designing Women theme outta her head!

Aubrey said...



Good thing I don't know the theme or else it would be in my head too!


Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Why Aubrey Plaza doesn't use microwaves

So Aubrey Plaza had a conversation with herself, and it reads like this...

i havent used a microwave in two years...

because i hate popcorn and and hot pockets...



Yes, Aubrey, your fans are listening. =^)


Sunday, March 7, 2010

Aubrey Plaza - helps Andy find an apartment (Parks and Recreation)

Andy goes apartment hunting with April's help.

This is a Web exclusive. Aubrey isn't in these shots much, just to smile at Andy's negotiating.


Saturday, March 6, 2010

Aubrey Plaza in Woman of the Year - Parks and Recreation Season 2 : Ep. 17

Season 2 : Ep. 17

Leslie is outraged when Ron wins a "Woman of the Year" award for a project she started. Meanwhile, Tom is desperate to find some money to invest in a local Pawnee club.

The male VS female jokes abound!


Friday, March 5, 2010

Hollywood True Story: Chris Pratt

Chris visits the writers' room on Parks and Recreation and clarifies how much credit for the writing actually goes to the actors.

So Aubrey isn't in this short video, but it's hilarious! Especially when Chris goes to show what the writers are currently working on.