'Parks and Recreation': A tiny park, a big steamroller and a huge ending


It's been said a number of times in this space: As good as Leslie Knope is at most of her life, she can be pretty spectacularly bad at A) relationships and B) accepting no for an answer.The latter quality sometimes serves her well in her job on "Parks and Recreation," but when it's combined with the former it's a recipe for bad news in her personal life. Fortunately for us, though, it does make for great comedy -- and in the case of "Smallest Park" this week, a really great ending.Amy Poehler is at her best when she's playing the obstinate, even childish Leslie, and that Leslie was in full force this week, whether it was stalling the process on the tiny park or selectively listening to Ann and then shutting her down -- really, she had us at "Shut your beautiful piehole." The show stopped just short of overplaying her bull-headedness this week (Ann...



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