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I have no good reason for rating this season so highly - particularly when the only saving grace of the series finale is literally the last 20 seconds (because WHAT is the end of the France plotline?!). But by golly, this has made me feel fandom feels that I haven't felt in a long time, and I figure that that has to count for something.
It's weird - I can't think of very many moments that are exceptional, and in fact whilst watching the show I wasn't feeling all that much ... Yet, looking back on the show in the finale, I realised that I'd literally be missing the characters of Parks & Rec.
Definitely feels like saying goodbye to friends, and I think P&R is an optimistic yet fairly realistic portrayal of growing up and into oneself. A warm, motivating cup of chocolate worth coming back to when you need or want.
Witty, compelling and (usually) evenly nuanced, 'Dear White People' highlights key, enduring racial issues in America and give diverse people and perspectives a voice.
The first and last episodes are two of my favourites - at times, the quality of the episodes seems variable, but that might be attributed to a) differing directors and b) differing stories.
Haven't watched the movie yet, but I look forward to the next season!