First off, given the internet and the way it internets, I'm pretty sure we'll be seeing some sort of real version of The Cones of Dunshire pop up at some point. Sooner than later. Like with Always Sunny's CharDee MacDennis and New Girl's T more
Last night was Parks and Recreation ’s second straight week of back-to-back episodes (the series is now on hiatus until January), and while it was great spending another hour in the company of some of my favorite TV characters, this week&rsquo more
I don’t know about all of you, but I’ve learned a not-insignificant amount of the important things I know from reading Joan Didion. Things about memory and New York City and notebook-keeping. Perhaps most crucially, I learned this: more
Hello again, Unemployed Ben! Because the Esquire Network airs old episodes of Party Down on weeknights, I was not as jarred as I should have been by the sight of Adam Scott out of a job. But then I remember: The last time we saw Unemployed Ben, he fell de more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Fluoride" and "The Cones of Dunshire," the November 21 episodes of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," in which Leslie battles Jamm twice in her final days as a councilwoman. Read more
*This is a review of the first Parks episode of the night, "Fluoride." The review of the second episode, "The Cones of Dunshire," will be posted tomorrow morning.
"It's just a f***ing fish."
Leslie once again ba more
In an episode that was even stronger than the first one that aired last night, Leslie got unceremoniously booted out of office, fell into a drunken funk, and then rebounded with pride and grace. "Recall Vote" didn't pull any punches when it more
*This is a review of the first Parks episode of the night, "Filibuster." For the review of the second episode, "Recall Vote," click here !
Parks is back! Yesssss.
And not only just back, but filled with early 90s refere more