Parks and Recreation always shines a little brighter when Ron is front and center, story-wise.
One thing that really stood out for me this week was a lack of cohesiveness in the episode's various stories.
Our Pawneeans did a lot of growing up this week, each in their own strange and funny way.
No relationship goes untested, and this week a mountain rose up in front of Leslie and Ben that they had to scale together: Ben's parents.
Love was absolutely in the air this Halloween in Pawnee.
Parks and Recreation killed it this week. All three storylines were smart, funny, and topical. The satire sang, and I was listening.
As Leslie’s mine-laden journey into the murky inner workings of Pawnee politics continued, we saw her idealism become frazzled, even a bit frizzy, but she did what she had to do to get the job done.
"Soda Tax" hilariously showed how a comedy about small-town government can hold a mirror to larger political and social issues facing our country.
Leslie may have won the city council election in the Season 4 finale, but now she must face her biggest challenge yet: dealing with bureaucratic red tape.
No matter whether you were a fan of the original series or you're a newcomer to South Fork, I think you will find a lot to like in this “continuation.” It is a saga, in my opinion, worth continuing...
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