By Dan Snierson
Updated November 03, 2011 at 05:22 PM EDT

Parks and Recreation

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Is a half-hour of Parks and Recreation on Thursday nights not enough to satisfy your comedy craving? Then take joy in the news that extra laughs are coming your way: EW has learned that NBC.com will debut five webisodes of the comedy — call them Lil’ Sebastian-sized, if you will — after the East Coast broadcast of tonight’s episode, “End of the World,” which sets up the story for these online-only installments, a first for the show. (UPDATE: The webisodes are now available. See below.)

Check out the following clip to get a taste of the road-trip adventure embarked upon by April (Aubrey Plaza) and Andy (Chris Pratt). Highlights include a disgusting bottle, a visit to a nondescript patch of land that Andy believes is the Four Corners, and a spider that scares April out of the car. (“She has that arachno-cornocopia thing,” he explains.)

The trailer

Episode 1: Spider

Episode 2: The Four Corners

Episode 3: Calling Leslie

Episode 4: Building A Home

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Parks and Recreation

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