History Series / ParksAndRecreation

20th Mar '17 8:56:41 PM ansang
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[[caption-width-right:350: From left to right: [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Andy,]] [[BreakoutCharacter Ron,]] [[DudeMagnet Donna,]] [[DeadpanSnarker April,]] [[ThePollyanna Leslie,]] [[TheAce Chris,]] [[TheLancer Ann,]] [[HollywoodNerd Ben,]] [[ButtMonkey Jerry/Larry/Terry/Gary]] and [[SmallNameBigEgo Tom.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: From left to right: [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Andy,]] [[BreakoutCharacter Ron,]] [[DudeMagnet Donna,]] [[DeadpanSnarker April,]] [[ThePollyanna Leslie,]] [[TheAce Chris,]] [[TheLancer Ann,]] [[HollywoodNerd Ben,]] [[ButtMonkey Jerry/Larry/Terry/Gary]] Jerry]] and [[SmallNameBigEgo Tom.]]]]
17th Mar '17 10:51:11 AM been-there-pun-that
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-->--"I want them to get together. Sue me!"

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-->--"I -->'''Ann''':"I want them to get together. Sue me!"
17th Mar '17 10:49:54 AM been-there-pun-that
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-->--"I want them to get together. Sue me!"
6th Mar '17 11:43:45 AM urutapu
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* MistakenForCheating: Ann worries Chris is cheating on her, so Leslie looks for and finds evidence of cheating in his house. It turns out though, that the items all have perfectly reasonable explanations. [[spoiler:Also, Chris couldn't have cheated on her anyway, as he had dumped her a week earlier.]]

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* MistakenForCheating: Ann worries Chris is cheating on her, so Leslie looks for and finds evidence of cheating in his house. house--things like a woman's razor. It turns out though, that the items all have perfectly reasonable explanations.explanations (e.g. Chris just likes women's razors better). [[spoiler:Also, Chris couldn't have cheated on her anyway, as he had dumped her a week earlier.]]
6th Mar '17 11:41:11 AM urutapu
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*** Also several episodes have implied that Ann did enjoy his sense of humor at first, and part of why Andy was such a lazy jerk to her is that she accidentally encouraged and even enabled it. Case in point: Andy (barely) injures himself learning self-defense and Ann immediately starts coddling him, even offering to make him pancakes. April and the others meanwhile get him to shake it off and he's back to normal and more eager to learn than ever.

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*** Also several episodes have implied that Ann did enjoy his sense of humor at first, and part of why Andy was such a lazy jerk to her is that she accidentally encouraged and even inadvertently enabled it. Case in point: Andy (barely) injures himself learning self-defense and Ann immediately starts coddling him, even offering to make him pancakes. April and the others meanwhile get him to shake it off and he's back to normal and more eager to learn than ever.
6th Mar '17 11:34:51 AM urutapu
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* WhatWereYouThinking: The "Hunting Trip" episode, where Tom accidentally shoots Ron in the back of the head. (Don't worry, he lives. The gun was loaded with birdshot and caused only superficial damage) While Mark, Jerry, and Ron are all shown to be experienced hunters, aside from Leslie it's clear no one has ever handled firearms before and they should have ''never'' given them weapons in the first place without close and constant supervision.

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* WhatWereYouThinking: The "Hunting Trip" episode, where Tom accidentally shoots Ron in the back of the head. (Don't worry, he lives. The gun was loaded with birdshot and caused only superficial damage) damage.) While Mark, Jerry, Leslie, and Ron are all shown to be experienced hunters, aside from Leslie it's clear no one has ever the other members of the group have never handled firearms before and they should have ''never'' given them weapons in the first place without close and constant supervision.
6th Mar '17 5:11:45 AM Taskmaster123
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* WhatWereYouThinking: The "Hunting Trip" episode, where Tom accidentally shoots Ron in the back of the head. (Don't worry, he lives. The gun was loaded with birdshot and caused only superficial damage) While Mark, Jerry, and Ron are all shown to be experienced hunters, aside from Leslie it's clear no one has ever handled firearms before and they should have ''never'' given them weapons in the first place without close and constant supervision.
5th Mar '17 5:22:57 PM nombretomado
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-->I bought this Mackerel at the Supermarket. I've been standing in the water with the fish on my hook for 30 minutes. I saw it on an episode of ILoveLucy. Pathetic? Maybe, but it feels pretty good to have a bunch of little boys be super into me. ThatCameOutWrong.

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-->I bought this Mackerel at the Supermarket. I've been standing in the water with the fish on my hook for 30 minutes. I saw it on an episode of ILoveLucy.''Series/ILoveLucy''. Pathetic? Maybe, but it feels pretty good to have a bunch of little boys be super into me. ThatCameOutWrong.
1st Mar '17 1:32:16 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* StatusQuoIsGod: Circumvented when Leslie decides to run for city council, she makes it clear that being a Councilwoman is a part time job (the bulk of the work lies in weekly meetings) and she would retain her job at Parks and Recreation at the same time. This means the election could go either way without negatively impacting the shows formula.

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* StatusQuoIsGod: Circumvented when Leslie decides to run for city council, she makes it clear that being a Councilwoman is a part time job (the bulk of the work lies in weekly meetings) and she would retain her job at Parks and Recreation at the same time. This means the election could go either way without negatively impacting the shows formula. [[spoiler: This turns out to be a lie; it ''is'' a full-time job, and when she loses it she has to apply for her old position back.]]
20th Feb '17 11:31:46 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* In season 6 when Tom was looking for a new business to run Ben suggested a dry cleaning chemical holding company, which Tom rejects as too dull. At the end of the season Dr. Saperstein mentions off-hand that he had gone into the same business and made a killing.
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