Over its seven-season run, Parks and Recreation made a lot of funny food jokes, some of which involved businesses and products found in the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana. And now, as a special holiday treat for fans of the sitcom, NBC has put a bunch of props from the show — including merch from its fake businesses — up for auction on Screenbid. The asking price for many of these items ranges from $50 to $250, but part of the proceeds will go to the LA Conservation Corps, a youth development organization that gives work experience and guidance to young adults. Here’s a look at some of the items that are up for auction:
Shake up your holiday party with Tom Haverford’s drink of choice — a liquor so potent, it’s basically rat poison.
The perfect gift for fans of Pawnee’s sexy roughage salespeople.
Pawnee’s favorite treat manufacturer offers its sodas in a 64-ounce “small” size for people who are only a little bit thirsty.
Enjoy your morning coffee while also paying your respect to Ron Swanson’s alter ego, the smooth sax player known as Duke Silver.
Paunch Burger is a chain for people who believe that “healthy food is for suckers.”
JJ’s is a restaurant worth saving. This is, after all, the place that serves Ron Swanson’s favorite breakfast dish, the Four Horse-Meals of the Egg-Pork-alypse, which was “condemned” by Doctors Without Borders.
These are just a small sample of the props on Screenbid. The auction runs from now till the end of the day on Friday, December 1.
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