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Parks and Recreation: "Hunting Trip" Season 2, Episode 10 - Review

I'm very happy about the fact that Andy's (Chris Pratt) move into the Parks and Rec building feels totally organic. At first I thought the notion of a shoe shine boy was a bit gimmicky and un-relatable, but now he just feels like a seamless fit into the gang and adds a great sense of whimsy and childishness. Most everyone in the office is a grump, with different variations, so it was awesome to see them all get so excited about Andy's free piggyback rides. In fact, I think it's wonderful when the entire office comes together and gets behind something truly absurd like the mural contest in last week's "The Camel." Their giddiness over Andy's silliness was great, and I think the show benefits from showing how all these bureaucrats are the same when it comes to simple pleasures. I could literally watch Andy and April (Aubrey Plaza) for a full half-hour. Their pairing was amazing, and might I add, very naturalistic. It didn't feel like they were just two quirky characters, I felt like they were really interacting on a sweet and real level. Their "spit take" game was totally awesome and I can even relate, having once spent an entire day at Disneyland practicing the perfect "spit take" with friends. And how great is it to see April crack a smile? In fact, there were moments during the spit game where it seemed like she was literally holding back her laughs so as not to choke on the soda. I'm not sure if I'd like to see these two head into full-on "couple" status just yet. I think that it's way too much fun just seeing them hang out as friends right now. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Parks and Recreation Review: "Hunting Trip" - Season 2, Episode 10

Last night during "Hunting Trip", Leslie Knope proved what she's set out to do throughout Parks and Recreation: she's just one of the guys. When Ron tried to have his annual hunting trip with just the guys, Leslie decided to tag along. One of the things we like about Parks is that despite its mockumentary roots and obvious parallels to The Office, they actually allow their cast, and in particular, Leslie to have moments of competence. In this case, she's actually an excellent hunter. Despite Leslie being able to just use her ability to hunt Ron, she decides to take the fall for Tom when he accidentally shoots Ron. In the end, however, it proved more of her worth to Ron than anything else she could have done. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now