Critic Consensus: Heartfelt yet hilarious and snarky yet good-natured, Parks and Recreation remains one of the best sitcoms around and only continues to improve.
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Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) does her best to improve Pawnee as a member of the city council, only to face frequent resistance from unhappy citizens, corporate interests and rival politicians. Elsewhere, Ann Perkins (Rashida Jones) decides to have a baby; Tom Haverford (Aziz Ansari) starts a new business venture; Chris Traeger (Rob Lowe) tries to get over his depression; Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) dates a single mom; and Ben Wyatt (Adam Scott) and April Ludgate (Aubrey Plaza) work on a… More
as Leslie Knope
as Ann Perkins
as Tom Haverford
as April Ludgate
as Ron Swanson
as Andy Dwyer
as Chris Traeger
as Donna Meagle
as Jerry Gergich
as Ben Wyatt
as Councilman Jamm
as Congressman Murray
as Wreston St. James
as Tammy Two
as Dennis Lerpiss
as Shauna Malwae-Tweep
as Mona Lisa
as Gayle Gergich
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Leslie, and Parks as a whole, are going to face these new challenges with the same optimism and can-do spirit that made them so successful in the first place. And so far, I have little reason to doubt that they are up to the task.
Seems a tad churlish to complain when Parks brought us such highs as Patton Oswalt's extended Star Wars story pitch, Leslie meeting dreamboat Joe Biden, a four-way bachelor party and Jerry's pseudo-retirement.
It's filled with the witty humor and touching moments we have come to expect, while posing questions about our political, social, and personal systems.
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