In light of the news that Parks and Rec may or may not be on a hiatus depending on who you talk to (Vulture says yes; Dreamboat and my future Husband Adam Scott says it’s not a hiatus), and that Kanye West got engaged to himself over the weekend, and since we all know about […]
Everyone tries to listen to their gut feelings.
When Nick Offerman entered the room in an unbuttoned American flag shirt, carrying a guitar, and did a victory lap around the room, I knew this was going to be an awesome night.
In the Spring of 2009, Parks and Recreation debuted on NBC. Maybe you heard about it because you liked Amy Poehler from SNL. Maybe you heard that it was kind of like The Office, but without Steve Carrell. Maybe you watched an episode or two but didn’t bother to add it to your TiVo Season Passes. If you haven’t already spring for a HuluPlus subscription just to watch all the episodes in the past month, this love letter should explain why I did and you should.