Parks and Recreation: Season 6 (2013)
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Consistently bouyed by strong character work and an overarching optimism, Parks and Recreation remains a charming, fun and funny half hour to spend with Leslie Knope and co.
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Average Rating: 4.7/5
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A mockumentary following the inner workings of the Parks and Recreation Department of Pawnee, Ind. From the creators of "The Office."
Premiere Date: Sep 26, 2013
Ingrid de Forest
Lord Edgar Covington
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Both "Fillibuster" and "Recall" had the supporting cast back doing what they do best.
While I loved the Nadia/Tom and Leslie/Donna plots a lot, I think that Ron and Ben's stab at plotting Ron's post-death plans was the standout of the episode.
"London" is simply magnificent, and if this is what the show can still live up to six seasons in (the point at which The Office, in comparison, was careening off a creative cliff), I could not be more excited for whatever the show has in store for us.
One of the best parts about Leslie is her resilience and willingness to do what's best for all involved, even if there is resistance; hence the theme of everything Parks and Recreation, and why I love this show so deeply.
With the sort of breakneck speed that helps make Parks so good, "London" gave us immediate answers.
The characters remain a great deal of fun to spend time with every Thursday, even if it's not always been clear where they are headed in a larger sense.
Beyond blissful laughs, Parks and Recreation offers a healthy image of political cooperation at a time when we could really use it.
One show that definitely improved over time is NBC's Parks and Recreation, which offers the night's most appealing episode in its super-sized sixth-season opener
Week after week, season after season, Parks does its job well, whether the greater audience is noticing or not. And at times it goes beyond even its usual level, and we get to enjoy something like "London."
As it often has been with Parks And Rec, the political drama in the sixth-season premiere, "London," is mere window dressing for keen, warm character work from stars who still clearly enjoy one another's company.
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