History Characters / ParksAndRecreation

27th Jul '16 8:45:05 AM MGD107
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* {{Badass}}: Not immediately obvious, but her ability to consistently go up against impossible odds and succeed almost every time is jaw dropping. The primary reason Ron respects her despite their conflicting worldviews is her absolute refusal to compromise her ideals regardless of how much adversity she faces.

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* {{Badass}}: BadassBureaucrat: Not immediately obvious, but her ability to consistently go up against impossible odds and succeed almost every time is jaw dropping. The primary reason Ron respects her despite their conflicting worldviews is her absolute refusal to compromise her ideals regardless of how much adversity she faces.
26th Jul '16 9:16:58 AM 06tele
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* VerbalTic: Will occasionally randomly sing words in his sentences.

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* VerbalTic: Will occasionally randomly rand-om-ly sing words woorrrrds in his sentences.sen-ten-ceeees!
24th Jul '16 2:05:02 AM Mr.French
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* {{Flanderization}}: His RatedMForManly traits ramp up as the series continues as the writers begin to embrace his MemeticBadass status.



%%* HatesSmallTalk

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%%* HatesSmallTalk* HatesSmallTalk: You're at best going to get a curt dismissal and at worst a DeathGlare if you attempt to instigate pointless small talk with him.
24th Jul '16 1:58:28 AM Mr.French
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* AuthorityInNameOnly: While he is still well-respected by his subordinates and will occasionally exert his absolute authority when he strongly disagrees with something, for all intents and purposes, Leslie is the real head of the Parks Department, with Ron simply kicking back and leaving everything to her most of the time.



* BreakoutCharacter: So much. He's by far the most popular character among fans, and some TV critics have called him the best sitcom character since [[Series/{{Seinfeld}} Cosmo Kramer]].

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* BreakoutCharacter: So much. He's by far the most popular character among fans, and some TV critics have called him the best sitcom character since [[Series/{{Seinfeld}} Cosmo Kramer]].
24th Jul '16 1:53:14 AM Mr.French
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%%* {{Badass}}: She has her moments. Never forget that she's a capable hunter.

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%%* * {{Badass}}: She has Not immediately obvious, but her moments. Never forget that she's a capable hunter.ability to consistently go up against impossible odds and succeed almost every time is jaw dropping. The primary reason Ron respects her despite their conflicting worldviews is her absolute refusal to compromise her ideals regardless of how much adversity she faces.



* TheBore: Her lack of any interesting hobbies or quirks, especially in comparison to Leslie, is frequently played for laughs.

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* TheBore: Her lack of any interesting hobbies or quirks, especially in comparison to Leslie, is frequently played for laughs.laughs, to the point of becoming a quirk in and of itself.
24th Jul '16 1:48:46 AM Mr.French
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* TheAce: When it comes to being a civil servant, Leslie is virtually unmatched. Her hyper-competence at organizing, leading and working on large scale and complicated projects on extremely short notice is more or less the only thing that allows anything to be accomplished at all in Pawnee. Outside of her profession, while much less flawless, she is still generally a smart, charismatic and capable person.
18th Jul '16 7:38:08 PM haloinsider
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* CharacterDevelopment: Her relationships with members of the main cast grow deeper as the show goes on, particularly after Chris and Ann leave and Donna is given a bit more focus.
17th Jul '16 9:10:38 AM haloinsider
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* ManlyTears: He's only ever cried twice. The first time was when a bus ran into him as a child. The second was when he first learned of Li'l Sebastian's death. He ''very nearly'' cries a third time in "Citizen Knope" in reaction to Leslie's Christmas gift remote-controlled closing doors for his office.

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* ManlyTears: He's only ever cried twice.very few times in his life. The first time was when a bus ran into him as a child. The second was when he first learned of Li'l Sebastian's death. He ''very nearly'' cries a third time in "Citizen Knope" in reaction to Leslie's Christmas gift remote-controlled closing doors for his office. He comes close to crying once again in "London, Part 2" after reading Robert Burns' "O were my Love yon Lilack fair" during his time in Scotland. Finally, his eyes can be seen welling up in "Leslie and Ron" as he recounts what happened to estrange him from Leslie (as well as in the flashback, following April's departure from the department).


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* WhamLine: In "Leslie and Ron", Ron reveals just how miserable time away from his friends made him.
-->'''Ron''': I was going to ask you for a job. (''beat'') In the federal government.
14th Jul '16 12:00:29 PM DeathsApprentice
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* CreepyMonotone: Her tone of voice barely ever wavers from a steady monotone, suiting her EmotionlessGirl personality, as well as helping with her generally creepy aura.
5th Jul '16 6:05:38 PM thewriter
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**And in a deleted scene from season 5 Tom mentions Boogie Nights and Jerry tells the gang that Gayle always said that he reminds her of the main character. Jerry looks nothing like Mark Wahlberg, but his wife does know him a little bit more ''intimately'' than we do. [[LampshadedDoubleEntendre If you know what I mean.]]
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