It may not seem real yet, but in just a few short weeks NBC’s beloved sitcom Parks and Recreation Season 7 will wrap up, ending the entire series, which is bound to send most of us (alright, maybe just me) into full-on hysterics. No more Leslie Knope? No more Ron Swanson? No more Donna tweets??? WHAT IS THIS LIFE?!?! Suffice to say, it’s an upsetting concept to grasp, which makes it all the more important for each and every single one of us to soak up as much of this season as we can. However, doing so may be more difficult for some than for others.
Take work, for example. Despite how unfair it may seem, chances are your boss isn’t going to allow you to go home early just so you can catch the newest Parks and Rec episode that night. (I know, how rude, right?) Same sorta thing applies with social engagements as well. (Though if I was your friend and you missed my birthday party to watch a TV show, I would totally understand. Been there!) So chances are several of you will have to settle for watching the seventh season of Parks and Rec online. You just have to know how to go about doing so. And that’s where I come in!
A+ For Hulu Plus
Those of you who own, or have access to, a Hulu Plus account will be able to stream both current and old Parks and Rec episodes to your heart's content. Just log into your account, select the episode you want, and you're good to go. The newer episodes will be available as early as the morning after its air date, so you won't have to wait long to get your Leslie Knope fix, and that's always a good thing.
Treat Yo Self To Owning It Outright
Don't let a silly thing like money give you a severe case of Pawnee withdrawal. Amazon, iTunes, and Vudu just so happen to have every episode available for purchase at a moment's notice. So go ahead. Take this opportunity to splurge a little on something that's guaranteed to put you in a better mood. Treat yo self, my friend. You deserve it.
Go Straight To The Source
Then, of course, you can always head right over to the network itself. NBC is graciously posting the latest episodes
right on their website — no strings attached. All you have to do is grab a few dozen waffles, a can of whipped cream, and head on over to NBC.com. Parks and Rec will be right at your fingertips before you know it. (Please note that while the waffles and whipped cream are not required for viewings, they are highly encouraged.)
Let the streaming commence!