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For the majority of the show Leslie is either with or pursuing her ultimate love, Ben. Quality control was consistently high for its run, making it an easy show to rewatch (episodes can currently be found on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu). Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope in 'Parks and Recreation. Unlike former network Thursday-night-mate “Community,” ‘Parks’ has never really played with form, but the show shattered it with “The Johnny Karate Super Awesome Music Explosion Show,” which exists ostensibly as the final episode of Andy’s public-access cable-TV kids show, which has made him a local celebrity.

“Pawnee Rangers” has the distinction of introducing the concept of Treat Yo' Self Day to the world. The real beef winds up being not between Diane and Tammy II but Diane and Leslie. Meet the highest ranking Latter-day Saint in the Trump administration.

Leslie hopes that rebooting the annual fest will inspire a sense of community in a town sorely divided amongst untold cranks and weirdos. Ben knits himself further into Leslie’s heart by provoking the mending of fences between her and Ann; Andy and April continue to be the greatest screen couple of the age; even Jerry, for perhaps the only time in the whole show, gets to not be a doormat for one hot second. As a poet once said, “Though we all miss you everyday/We know you’re up there eating heaven’s hay/And here’s the part that hurts the most/Humans cannot ride a ghost.”.

Their visitors spend the episode pointing out the many ways Pawnee is an inferior cesspool. But a little flu isn’t going to stop Leslie Knope. The episode ends on a sweet note when an exhausted Leslie makes her way to Ann's place instead of going home because she knows that her best friend needs an ear to talk through her breakup. Coupled with some of the best drunk writing and over-the-top acting from cast and crew, and the ballad of Snake Juice becomes a legendary night. When Parks and Recreation ended earlier this year, it became one of those rare comedies that bowed out at the perfect time. "Unless, we bring the bathroom to her… that's nothing.". In a hilarious move, they both show up at the parks department later in the episode to reapply for their jobs, while both visibly high.

It's a staggeringly cartoonish episode for an otherwise grounded series. When Leslie tries to manufacture a photo opportunity by presiding over the wedding of two penguins at the local zoo, she's shocked by the political fallout that arises when it's revealed the animals were both males. Farewell, “Parks & Recreation,” you were the best. 17. With their pillow fights and puppy parties, Leslie clearly has the more fun group.

Episodes that play off of just how well we know the characters are inevitably going to feel good, even if they’re as gimmicky as introducing just-off mirror versions, because they make us feel attached show. But if only all fan-service were this good. The sheer amount of Tammys in this episode is enough to warrant its place in the top tier of Parks and Rec episodes, but their actresses (the legendary Patricia Clarkson, Megan Mullally, and Paula Pell playing Ron’s two ex-wives and his mother, respectively) make the battle for Ron’s soul an excruciating, revealing delight. And we know there’ll be a reunion, but when it comes it’s even more giddily, drunkenly, bittersweet hilarious than imagined. Ron and Diane (Season 5, Episode 9) The Story: Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) has a new girlfriend, Diane (played by no less than Lucy Lawless), and he takes her to the most Ron … They were so, so, so wrong about what would actually happen in 2017, but that’s a good thing. Pooping.” Surely, you’ve seen the GIFs. "Halloween Surprise:" Ben decides on what's most important in his life and returns to Pawnee, surprising Leslie with a very sweet proposal. Priceless. The premiere of its final, abbreviated season finds them firing on all cylinders, finding hilarious jokes about life two years in the future. The writer and comedian died unexpectedly in the middle of the show's run, leaving a void that rippled throughout Parks and Rec, as well as the comedy community at large. ', Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images. 13 Ron and Tammy (Season 2, Episode 8) Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) is the both the epitome of manliness and one of the best sitcom characters in recent memory. When Leslie gives her friend far too much prep material for a job interview with the Pawnee Health Department, she's upset to find Ann partying the night away. As is the way when Tammy 2 shows up, subplots are kind of blasted off the screen, but the introduction of Ben’s thing for calzones (and everyone’s absolute disgust at that) is a nice little sparkly bit. But it’s really a Leslie and Ron episode, and the way that his anger turns into grudging respect as he realizes that she’s been covering for someone else is one of the first great demonstrations of the big beating heart of the show. It takes the season’s gimmick to even greater heights, luxuriating in futuristic speculation while writing out the entire lives of its characters like it was a twentysomething on Tumblr. Meanwhile, her new boyfriend, Chris, is having a complete physical breakdown, which makes actually him less intimidating to her for the first time. However, as the Pawnee Parks Department always does, they rallied and managed to pull off a beautiful ceremony back in the office, complete with Ron giving Leslie away. “Road Trip” features the Knope-Wyatt power couple’s first kiss. But usually, the focus was largely on the main cast, with only cameos from the weirdo residents of Pawnee.

Parks Department is contagious, even if that enthusiasm is generated by impeding the progress of government.

Weddings on Parks and Rec tend to be a little unconventional. “The Episode Where Everyone Gets Piss-Drunk” is one of the most quotable, GIF-able episodes in a series that rode the internet’s obsessive waves of quoting and GIF-ing at their crests. The series finale wrecked you. This episode deserves top marks for giving fans a lot more insight into the character that would eventually win Leslie's heart. ), the episode finds the tear-jerking heart in the show’s silliest couple—making the developments between Ben and Leslie feel all the more entwined and important. We’d argue the show was at its best, though, when it went full tilt boogie wild — namely when the characters lost their minds. Post-dating life is hard for most couples, but for Leslie and Ben, it's a matter of world war. Season 1, Episode 4

1. The Story: It’s the final episode of Andy Dwyer’s (Chris Pratt) public access children’s show, as he’s following April (Aubrey Plaza) to D.C. That’s it. The conflict going on between the two on-again, off-again characters has to be kept in check so as not to let it affect their government work, specifically Leslie's campaign. edited 4 years ago. Let pettiness reign in the best episode about Ben and Leslie’s break-up.

You can follow him on Twitter here: @jacoboller. They become drunken messes faster than anticipated. There’s also a hint that Leslie (or Ben, but probably Leslie) becomes the President of the United States. Really any episode where he's pushed out of his normal manly man comfort zone. Some of the best Parks and Recs episodes followed in the footsteps of this one, such as Season 5’s “Article Two” (the one with the Patton Oswalt epic Star Wars filibuster). And all of those strands are B-plots to the main, gorgeous A-plot of Leslie and Ben trying to keep their relationship secret while growing ever more attracted to each other.

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