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‘Parks And Recreation’ Season 6: Kristen Bell Dissed By ‘Doppelganger’ Rival Leslie Knope; Watch Teaser Here [VIDEO]

By Staff Writer | October 01, 2013 03:45 PM EDT

Amy Poehler and Kristen Bell on "Parks and Recreation"
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"Parks and Recreation" season 6, episode 3, which airs this Thursday, will guest star Kristen Bell as Ingrid de Forest, Leslie Knope's (Amy Poehler) Eagleton counterpart. For a first look at the episode, scroll down to the link below.

In episode 3 of "Parks and Recreation" season 6, Leslie Knope will encounter her "doppelganger" and Eagleton counterpart, Ingrid de Forest, who is being played by guest star Kristen Bell.

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Executive producer Michael Schur previously described Bell's character as, "Leslie's equivalent, but richer and better dressed."

Leslie is currently facing low approval ratings in the recall campaign, and Leslie decides to play dirty by trash-talking City Councilor Forest, Sooeveningnews.com reports.

In the first look video of episode 3 of "Parks and Recreation," Leslie offers Ingrid a basket of apples at a press conference, to which Ingrid scoffs and offers her oranges made from Swarovski crystals.

Leslie then starts making one-liner jabs at Ingrid, calling her "out of touch," and making jokes about truffle oil and Xanax. You have to watch the video to fully appreciate Leslie's impressive zingers.

As we previously reported, this episode marks a reunion between actors Kristen Bell and Adam Scott (who plays Ben Wyatt on "Parks and Recreation"); Scott once guest starred on an episode in Kristen Bell's show "Veronica Mars."

Adam Scott appeared as a teacher on an episode of "Veronica Mars"and Bell guest starred as Scott's girlfriend in his former series "Party Down," The Huffington Post reports.

Watch the first look video of episode 3 here.

The episode airs this Thursday, October 3rd, on NBC. 

 

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