About a month and a half ago, Parks and Recreation aired “Ben and Leslie”. The episode was intended as a season (and possibly series) finale. It was as close to flawless piece of television that beautifully tied together all of the parts of this wonderful more
This week in Pawnee, we see mortal enemies become friends, friends — friends who recently were walking down the aisle, arm-in-arm, like the father and daughter figures they are! — become opponents, single people become potential parents, and three of my f more
"I like this store now."
"Bailout" might have been overly topical, occasionally falling back on a few actual bailout jokes used by late night hosts over the past year, but it was still fun to see Ron and Leslie clash over ideals, coming to no actual solu more
Over its five seasons, Parks and Recreation hasn’t shied away from political issues. Often times, the show stays on the periphery of the issue and throws some light-hearted barbs at it while still managing to keep its sunny disposition. Tonight, on the ot more
Tonight's episode, " Bailout, " works because Ron wins. One smug smile from Ron and the episode succeeds. I'm all for a Ron and Leslie throw down, especially since they have such fundamentally different views of government. The idea of bailouts was such a more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Bailout," the March 14 episode of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," in which Leslie and Ron clash over rescuing a local institution, Ann forces April to be her friend, and Chris tries to parent Tom. http://www.hitfix.com/whats more