'Parks and Recreation': Leslie Knope, warrior princess


How do you follow the departure of one of the biggest TV comedy stars of the past decade? With topless women and pregnant babies."Parks and Recreation" did that Thursday (April 28) after Steve Carell's goodbye on "The Office." "Jerry's Painting" was maybe not the best episode the show has done this season (a subpar B-story kept it a notch below some others), but it was, yet again, a very solid half-hour of comedy. The show's batting average this season is remarkably high."Jerry's Painting" centered on a community art show in Pawnee, and Renaissance man Jerry submits his rendition of a mythical scene ... with Leslie as the powerful (and topless) female centaur. That's not as funny as Jerry giving the cherub in the piece Tom's face, but it's Pawnee, and that means people are going to be ticked off.Leslie, however, isn't one of them. After being taken aback that Jerry subconsciously used her face to...



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