Jan. 22, 2015
Warning: Spoilers Ahead!
In this week's episode of NBC's Parks & Recreation, Leslie Knopes' hopes of preserving public land rests on US President William Henry Harrison, who has the distinction of dying on his 32nd day in office.
Turns out, New York Times columnist Gail Collins happens to be an expert on Harrison. She's the author of William Henry Harrison: The American Presidents Series: The 9th President, 1841 (Times Books, 2012).
She joins Brian and NPR's Linda Holmes for this weekly chat about the final season of the series, known for finding humor in policy wonkiness. Holmes is host of NPR's entertainment and pop culture blog, Monkey See.