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For once, however, we do not fear death threats amid a fan backlash in the comments, because the special alchemy of ‘Parks’ was it managed to be funny without cynicism, to find actual humor in stories of kindness and sweetness and people being good to one another and good at their jobs.Anyway, in being one of the nicest shows on TV, it also has the nicest fans — we should know, we’re just a few of the people who’ve been made better, if rather more sentimental, by continued exposure to the lovely folk at the Parks and Recreation Department of Pawnee, Indiana.
The final episode of its final seventh season airs tonight, and in tribute, its biggest fans on The Playlist staff/in the world have tried to wrestle our infinite love for the show into just ten episodes. ‘Parks’ went from a slow, hiccuppy first season to a consistently excellent run from its second season on (season 3, with 4 entries below is probably our favorite, while season 6 felt like the most disappointing overall), so there are many episodes it hurt us to exclude and many many more, no doubt, that other fans will be aghast we didn’t mention.
Their outfits along with their tousled hairstyles, natural makeup and undeniable chemistry made for an envy-inducing red carpet stroll. "She's already kind of my girlfriend, and I'm not saying that in a jokey way," the actress told Rolling Stone.
"We had a moment last year, late at night, when we decided we were gonna end up together.
We will miss them and the warm smushy feeling they’ve given us week in and week out immensely, but when it gets to be too much, good to know we can go back to the well anytime, most probably starting with one of these ten episodes.
"Hunting Trip" (Season 2, Episode 10)Famously, "Parks & Rec" didn’t come flying out of the gate.
Always the funny gals, they put on quite the show for the paparazzi, who we assume were chanting, "MAKE OUT!
held at The Jimmy at The James Hotel on Tuesday (July 29) in New York City.It began with an uneven, rushed, truncated first season that saw the writers visibly struggling with how to make Leslie Knope work, and finding it tricky to stand apart from "The Office." Ironically, "The Office" had virtually the same issues, and as in the case of that show, season two saw things massively improve almost from the start, with opener "Pawnee Zoo" becoming an almost markedly different show.The seeds of greatness were laid throughout, and "Ron & Tammy" might be the first perfect episode of the series (though we’ve left it out in favor of its sequel, which you can find below), but "Hunting Trip," a few installments later, is probably the first to really take advantage of one of the show’s greatest weapons: its killer ensemble. And you guys saw the paparazzi there and decided to go with it. Some red carpets are for show-stopping gowns and some are for unbridled awesomeness.The one-hour special was widely praised by fans, who got #Parks Farewell trending on Twitter long before the episode aired.