“Mike Mechanic from Mother Jones sez, “So, basically, the folks in our DC office were sitting around shooting the shit, and someone asked: What would it be like if they had Super-PACs in Westeros? Well, it turns out somebody knew somebody who knew someone, which allowed us to professionally produce these ‘Game of Thrones Super-PAC Attack Ads.’”
“Parks & Recreation” creator Mike Schur figured out a way to get the entire internet to forget about the underwhelming “Mad Men” finale Monday afternoon by kicking off the epic Twitter hashtag #ThronesAndRecreation, inviting fans to share ideas for a “Parks & Rec”-“Game Of Thrones” crossover season.
Schur…is an avowed “Thrones” fans who’s written jokes about the HBO fantasy into “Parks” already.
The HuffPo article includes a slideshow of the hashtag highlights.