Why does anyone see Dr. Saperstein?
Dr. Saperstein would be my last choice for an ob-gyn. He’s probably the second-least competent sitcom doctor going, after Dr. Spaceman from 30 Rock . Yet it’s in Dr. Saperstein’s office where we find more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "One in 8,000," the April 17 episode of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," in which family news stresses out Ben, while Ron protects Donna from half of 'Key & Peele'. Read More...
"One in 8,000" wasn't as strong as the the past two episodes - "Prom" and "Flu Season 2" - but it still somehow managed to throw a twist on top of last week's pregnancy twist. Yes, Leslie's having quadruplets (sorry that was a flick of cream cheese) t more
One of the things that has been incredibly successful during Parks and Recreation ’s sixth season, especially since the departure of Chris and Ann, is the writers giving characters that typically don’t share screen time more opportunities to have stori more
This has been an uneven season for Parks and Recreation , probably the least consistent since the show’s abysmal first season, but thankfully, the show’s recent stretch of episodes have really reaffirmed why this series, despite its age, is still one of more
Well, buddy, I’ve got some good news for you.
Leslie’s beatific smile at the episode’s end is my favorite moment of what, despite a heartwarming plot development, is far from my favorite half-hour of the season. Maybe it’s just because more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Flu Season 2," the April 10 episode of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," in which Leslie feels unwell, Ben meets Eagleton Ron and Craig would like to recommend your wine. Read More...
Wow! Big news on Parks and Recreation Season 6 Episode 19 ! We're going to have a little Knope-Wyatt on our hands!
And I can't wait for Leslie to become a mother - I think that could lead to some really fun scenes on the (likely) final season of the more