I believe Parks and Recreation are now by far among the finest sitcoms I’ve ever seen in my life. Biosphere 2 has 300,000 sq. ft. of administrative workplaces, classrooms, labs, conference middle, and housing. She was too Michael Scott-like final season but her character is much better this season. And while Community boasts about… nicely, community and The Workplace promotes friendships and relationships, no other present apart from Parks and Rec is this celebratory of uplifting friendships and relationships.
But one thing I really admire about this series (and one thing that’s on my wish-checklist for season five of Group) is its constant shuffling of pairings – one episode might even see a Chris/Ann, Ben/Leslie, and Ron/Donna/Tom storyline; the subsequent episode might function a Leslie/Ron/, Chris/Jerry, and Ben/April/Andy plot.
It is gone from being the third best NBC comedy final season (given the good divide between The Workplace and 30 Rock and the whole lot else) to being the absolute highlight of the night for NBC to a point the place I really feel like I can not judge The Workplace and 30 Rock’s high quality correctly because Parks and Recreation is so good.
Loving it. Agreed that it is the most improved sequence of the season and that it has been probably the most persistently funny present on NBC Thursday to date (although The Office stays the first thing played on my TiVO from the Friday evening lineup).
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