I mean, this show is a pleasure to watch week in and week out. How else is there to describe it.
I even didn’t mind that Leslie wasn’t my favorite version of Leslie this week. (Reminder, spiteful Leslie isn’t a joy to watch.) I like that this week , with a little words of wisdom from Ron, that Leslie was able to correct her mistakes on her own. It was a nice bit of growth. She was rippin’ it. As was Tom, who has grown up a lot.
In the other plots of the evening we had pranks staring the hilarious nervousness of Adam Scott’s Ben and the unsure engagement of out two fleeting cast members. It’s nice that all of the supporting characters, especially Donna, are getting bigger roles now that Chris and Ann are being shipped off to Michigan. Bringing Ben more directly into that mix is going to add a lot of nice subplots as we move forward.
Is it just me or are Chris and Ann basically not on the show anymore. Did they film all of their plot in a week with limited cast and now the scenes are edited in for the month? They seem to be dragging out their plot and that gives other characters less to do. Let’s get it together people!
- Ron’s opening and ending bookended this episodes perfectly.
- Ron’s hidden bacon was brilliant.
- Once again, I have to point out Adam Scott’s nervous pranking.
Like this episode pointed out, new beginnings are good, so let’s get them started on our side. We’re on the right track to a new place in the Parks world.
Keep on Watchin’!