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'Parks And Recreation' Predicted The Cubs Would Win The World Series

By Tanveer Ali | November 3, 2016 9:10am

CHICAGO — The folks from Pawnee, Ind., knew the Cubs were going to be World Series champions before anyone else.

Before the end of the Cubs Game 7 clincher, Michael Schur, the producer behind the former NBC sitcom "Parks and Recreation" tweeted a scene from a episode from the final season of the show, that aired in 2015 but was set next summer.

In other prophetic tweets, this one was sent out two years ago:


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