What a warm, sublime, hilarious, satisfying two-part season finale. Man, it just fired on all cylinders. Mouse Rat reuniting and singing "5,000 Candles in the Wind" next to a hologram Li'l Sebastian. Duke freakin' Silver joining them onstage. A stunned Le more
The main reason why this Parks and Recreation review is being posted so late is because I’ve been finding it hard to come up with the words to describe this finale besides simply “perfect.” “Moving Up” was everything I love about Parks and Recreation more
"Moving Up" felt more like a series finale than a season finale. Filled with guest stars and a big concert, the episode even managed to pull off a surprising twist. Read More...
I want to start at the end: what a stellar last three minutes.
With a beautiful zoom-in-zoom-out shot of a framed photo of the gang, we jump ahead three years in time. Leslie is Sorkin-power-walking through her new, now-bustling office. more
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HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Moving Up," the sixth season finale of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," in which Leslie heads to San Francisco, oversees the Unity concert, and weighs the National Parks job. Read More...
Wow, wow, wow! This episode worked so well as a potential series finale, I'm not even sure what else we'll get next season!
Parks and Recreation Season 6 Episode 21 was a force to be reckoned with, closing out a great season in a truly spectacular more
Woah! I haven't seen triplets used in a pregnancy comedy storyline since Phoebe in Friends !
Parks and Recreation Season 6 Episode 20 was a lovely half hour and it would be foolish not to start with the most important storyline. There isn't just on more