And it was perfect.
Parks and Recreation
You talk very fast. Mostly because your mouth can never seem to keep up with your brain.
“What happens when Andy Dwyer leaves the Parks Dept to help train dinosaurs? I’m about to get insanely high and find out! #JURASSICWORLD”
Chris Pratt (Andy Dwyer) was only supposed to be on the show for six episodes, but the writers and producers liked him so much that they wrote him into the show as a series regular.
Will you join me on my fight against routine and conformity?
You start to question everything. Did you watch the show too fast? You should have spaced out the episodes better. You were foolish! Impulsive!
I know I’m a bit late coming to the party considering the final episode has aired already, but 6 weeks ago I started watching Parks and Recreation and it has literally, changed my life.
As most of you probably know, the pure genius of a show known as Parks and Recreation has recently come to an end. I am still not fully recovered and willing to admit that it may take me some time.
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On February 24, 2015 NBC’s TV program “Parks and Recreation” took its final bow leaving its viewers with tears in their eyes and a smile on their face. This is my love letter to “Parks and Recreation”