History Headscratchers / ParksAndRecreation

25th Sep '16 2:33:46 AM Doc_Loki
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** Other Ron's kind of a NewAgeRetroHippie who's probably into some "spiritual" vibe reading stuff. So, RuleOfFunny.

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** Other Ron's kind of a NewAgeRetroHippie who's probably into some "spiritual" vibe reading stuff. So, RuleOfFunny.RuleOfFunny.
* Does it seem weird to anyone else that in season two, the Pawnee Summer Catalogue includes tennis "for the first time in twenty years", but there's always footage of someone playing tennis in the opening credits?
7th Sep '16 9:49:14 PM GoblinCipher
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*** He also drinks alcohol (made from various things, all of which use fertilizer) and eats hamburgers on the bun (made from grains, which use fertilizer). His devotion to DIY -- "people who buy things are suckers" -- also makes it weird that he'd be against growing his own plants for homemade booze.
21st Aug '16 10:31:58 AM Taskmaster123
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*** The person who posted this comment about Diane's character has never had kids, babysitted kids, had a sibling, was probably homeschooled and never attended a public or private school, and probably uses a bullet-proof Popemobile for every trip, even if it's going from the kitchen to the living room. I mean, seriously? When you have kids, you learn to take a little thing like an impromptu haircut in stride. And what do you mean, "they came very close to doing worse?" What, are you thinking the two little girls are going to start cutting off each other's fingers and toes? They're sisters who are just playing, not budding serial killers. If it had looked even remotely like they were in any danger of hurting each other, Ron would have ripped that door off its hinges. Besides, we do understand IT'S JUST A SHOW WITH MAKE-BELIEVE CHARACTERS AND THE RULE OF FUNNY APPLIES, right? Let's not drag our issues into it.
2nd Jul '16 9:51:55 AM CastingCrowns
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** For the same reason Jimmy James from NewsRadio spends all his time micromanaging his radio station despite owning a huge business empire, and the same reason Jack Donaghy of ThirtyRock spends all his time solving problems at TGS, despite being the president of NBC and a high level GE executive.
16th Jun '16 10:35:54 AM CaptainCrawdad
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** Is there anything in the show to suggest that he's not cordial with other departments?
15th May '16 9:15:37 AM orrink
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** Since Pawnee is fictionalized, they could be fictionalizing whether Indiana is a red or blue state.
* Why does Chris have a special friendship with the members of the Parks and Rec department. He is the city manager so he wouldn't he be equally cordial with everyone in the Pawnee government?


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*** I second that. Huntington, WV was recently called the fattest city in America and there seems little evidence of it if you walk around that city. The "Fattest city in America" title is generally more a soundbyte than an entire scientific study
21st Mar '16 8:38:00 AM robodirect
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** I think it's a satire n plastic political candidates who only "come to life" during photo ops, etc.
4th Mar '16 10:40:15 AM KizunaTallis
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** WritersCannotDoMath.



* At the end of the episode with Other Ron, when Leslie informs him that he will not be needed anymore Other Ron says he could sense it, and comments to Ron how their zodiac signs are incompatible anyway. Ron Swanson tries his hardest to make sure nobody knows when his birthday is, and even though several Parks and Rec workers know when it is it is still said to be a big secret during the episode with the woodworking award. So how did Other Ron know what his zodiac sign was?

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*** She may have in the earlier seasons, but she learns to let up and does learn overtime to be less intense. It's especially evident in the late parts of Season 6 where she does come to see how her coworkers all came into their own, April and Tom (whom she nearly tried to undermine initially) especially.
* At the end of the episode with Other Ron, when Leslie informs him that he will not be needed anymore Other Ron says he could sense it, and comments to Ron how their zodiac signs are incompatible anyway. Ron Swanson tries his hardest to make sure nobody knows when his birthday is, and even though several Parks and Rec workers know when it is it is still said to be a big secret during the episode with the woodworking award. So how did Other Ron know what his zodiac sign was?was?
** Other Ron's kind of a NewAgeRetroHippie who's probably into some "spiritual" vibe reading stuff. So, RuleOfFunny.
15th Feb '16 11:33:30 PM Misanthrope
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** Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't Andy a shoe-shiner at the time? He didn't work for the government, he probably owned his own business and just rented space from Pawnee inside city hall.
15th Jan '16 2:34:27 PM laserviking42
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** That singles mixer that Ann attends in season 3 has far more attractive people than you would ever find single in the Midwest.


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*** That Sweetums factory has most likely permanently warped the climate around there.
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