We've all wept over the end of Parks and Recreation. Some of us grieve in different ways, though. For example, we've made a life-size papier-mâché replica of Ron Swanson that's glowering at us from the corner his very moment. Aubrey Plaza?
Well, Aubrey Plaza gave one of her castmates a vial of blood and some of her hair.
Can Cheryl Burke do that? And what about Joe Jonas, or maybe Ciara?
That's the question NBC will ask as part of its new variety show tentatively eyed for summer called I Can Do That! The network announced today that it has ordered six hour-long episodes of a new comedy variety series that will pit six celebrities against one another while they perform skills that they never knew they had.
Marlon Wayans will host the weekly competition, on which the former Dancing with the Stars pro Burke will join Jonas and Ciara, as well as Nicole Scherzinger, stand-up comedian Jeff Dye and actor Alan Ritchson (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire).
While Britt and Carly have had their fair share of detractors, no Bachelor contestant on Chris Soules's season has sparked a greater reaction from the Bachelor Nation than Kelsey.
During Monday's Women Tell All special, Kelsey faced plenty of hostility from the ladies – Tara and Ashley I. in particular.
"In every group there's a scapegoat, and then there's the bandwagon effect," Kelsey told PEOPLE following the Tell All taping. "I mean, we've all watched Mean Girls. That doesn't go away after high school, and that's something I witnessed in the house – not just with me, but I think Britt experienced it, as well. There is an element of feeling ganged-up on."
In keeping with the homemade feel of their wedding, it's only natural that Ben Seewald decided to personally design a wedding ring for his then fiancé Jessa Duggar.
In an exclusive sneak peek at the 9:30 p.m. installment of this week's back-to-back 19 Kids and Counting episodes, Jinger borrows Jessa's engagement ring so that Ben can "work on something" for her.