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THIS ENSEMBLE COMEDY SOMEHOW GETS EVEN BETTER. THE STRING OF GUEST STARS AS RESIDENTS OF PAWNEE HAVE BEEN EXCELLENT.(AND A SHOCKING CONTINUITY OF DETAILS UPON REWATCHING) , AMY POEHLER SHINE

The Lix & Ben couple is one of the best aspects of the show, but Ben's head-down, pathetic pathetic, depressive nature (w/ cops being a perfect example) can be a lil much (WAY much, at times).

A K

I have watched this show through over 10 times and I still laugh every time, it's truly perfection.

Whatever criticisms I make about the show's previous season must be close to unanimous among critics / fans, as each season seems to be even better, thanks to specific repairs. I have already spoken much praise for Amy Poehler, Nick Offerman, Aubrey Plaza, Chris Pratt, Rob Lowe, Aziz Ansari, and even Jim O'Heir. The remaining cast members -- Rashida Jones, Adam Scott, and Retta -- have made far greater advancements in character development. On top of that, Councilwoman Knope (Poehler) can now tackle a broader range of political issues, which has actually sharped the focus of the show. In previous seasons, the fact that the show took place in some secondhand city in Indiana seemed trivial. Now, the issues at hand are of a distinctive Midwestern flavour, and Knope and her co-workers are coming to face a worse issue than an incompetent press or government: an incompetent population. I am impressed that the show has held onto its sweet nature, as it delves deeper into no-targets-left-standing satire.

Continuing to improve in its fifth season, Parks and Rec finds new characters and more wacky scenarios to keep things fresh.

It's the show of positivity! Humor, embarrassment, love and relatable aspects -- 'Parks & Rec' got them all! The attachment to "team Knope" is a stunning thing done by the writers. They never come of as forced nor badly written characters -- they just ARE. The humor continues and, as always -- none of the episodes are boring nor less great. Sure even more humor would be awesome too see -- but let's not push something that's already near perception shall we. Overall personal rating for each episode: 74.2/100 Personal rating: 80/100 Critical rating: 80/100

This show continues to be solidly entertaining.

Filled with great one-liners, well-rounded characters, hilarious gags, and even some political commentary, Parks & Recreation is still producing great material, even if they have a hard time living up to the height of some of the early seasons. Leslie finds herself in a quagmire of political gridlock, facing off against citizens and government employees alike. She squares off against some terrific guest stars, led by the terrific Jon Glaser as Jeremy Jamm. Leslie also has run-ins with Ron over political differences, but the show is very good about not letting affect their long-term friendship. The season as a whole is very strong, but there are some really good episodes. “Emergency Response” has a lot of good gags, and “Correspondent’s Lunch is very sharply written. “Article Two” features a terrific guest performance from Patton Oswalt, and “Are You Better Off?” ends the season in typical fashion, throwing lots of balls in the air. A consistently funny show from consistently funny people.

Less laugh out loud moments (season 2 had the most of them imo), but still very funny and entertaining overall. It's still a shown with the most likable characters ensemble I've ever seen. And the changes these characters go though each season feel so natural , great character development!

88% on my Tomatometer.

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