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‘Parks And Recreation’ Season 6: Check Out Pawnee Inspired Halloween Costumes With Hashtag #TrickOrTreatYoSelf

By Staff Writer | October 30, 2013 02:41 PM EDT

"Parks and Recreation" Halloween costume ideas
(Photo : Twitter (@parksandrecnbc))

 

"Parks and Recreation" season 6 is on hiatus on NBC, and we're going through "Parks and Recreation" season 6 withdrawal. But meanwhile, check out these Pawnee-inspired Halloween costumes on Facebook.

Even though "Parks and Recreation" season 6 is on hiatus and we won't get to watch the Halloween special episode until November, "Parks and Recreation" fans on Twitter and Facebook are still showing their love for their favorite NBC show.

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On Twitter, the official "Parks and Recreation" account asked fans to "Dress up like a Parks and Rec character" and to "Share your Pawnee inspired costume with us!"

They asked fans to use the hashtag "#TrickOrTreatYoSelf" with the photo of their "Parks and Rec" costume.

Check out some of the best photo submissions on the "Parks and Recreation" Facebook page here.

"Your #TrickOrTreatYoSelf submissions are sweeter than a stack of waffles," the official Twitter account tweeted, a la Leslie Knope.

Many of the costumes include blondes in blazers dressed as Leslie Knope, or men with thick mustaches wearing polos as Ron Swanson.

There are also great costumes of Andy Dwyer and April Ludgate in their own Halloween costumes. "Parks and Rec" fans will remember Andy dressed as FBI agent Bert Macklin (complete with aviators, tie, and an FBI jacket) and his wife April Ludgate wore a 1930s-inspired costume (including pearls and a cigarette holder) as her alter ego, Janet Snakehole.

Has this inspired you to make your own Pawnee-inspired Halloween costume? If so, don't forget to post it to Twitter or Facebook with the hashtag: "#TrickOrTreatYoSelf"

As we previously reported, "Parks and Recreation" season 6 is on hiatus. For the rest of 2013, only four more episodes of "Parks and Recreation" season 6 will air: two on Nov. 14 and two on Nov. 21, Zap2it reports.

The rest of the show's normal Thursday time slots will be taken over by episodes of "The Voice," some football games, a "SNL" Halloween special, "The Sing-Off" and the upcoming live broadcast of "The Sound of Music" with Carrie Underwood.

"Parks and Recreation" is slated to return regularly on Thursdays on Jan. 9, at their new time, 8:30. 

This Halloween, don't forget to "Treat Yo Self!"

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