Parks and Rec exited Season 5 on a strong note with "Are You Better Off?" - an episode that was almost all set-up for (hopefully) a sixth season. It wasn't as good as finales of the past like "Li'l Sebastian" and "Win, Lose or Draw," but part of the reaso more
The Season 5 finale of "Parks and Recreation," which aired Thursday night (May 2), was a busy affair that saw Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) face a growing opposition from the people of Pawnee, resulting in the creation of the Committee to Recall Leslie Knope more
All I have to say is that this better not be the end.
" Are You Better Off? " left viewers with some serious cliffhangers. April and Andy are going to have to spend time apart because she is going to veterinary school, Ron's girlfriend is pregnant... a more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Are You Better Off?," the fifth season finale of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," in which Leslie's city council victory lap doesn't go as planned, and Bert Macklin comes out of retirement. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/ more
NBC’s Parks and Rec doesn’t seem to be in any immediate danger of cancellation — my colleague Joe Adalian explains why in this piece — but since there hasn’t been an official announcement yet, why not prod the network by singing the show’s praises? Read M more
This week brings us a time-honored Parks and Rec standoff between Leslie Knope’s pro-government ethos and Ron Swanson’s libertarian get-off-my-lawn values. Who wins this round of Policy Putt-Putt? Does it really matter? Ultimately, we learn the most about more
It would take a lot for me to say something truly negative about Parks and Recreation , but " Swing Vote " wasn't exactly my favorite episode. But then again, is it even fair to compare it to something as amazing as Ron peeling a banana and Jerry and his more