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Parks and Recreation

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A mockumentary following the inner workings of the Parks and Recreation Department of Pawnee, Ind. From the creators of.

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Rather than choosing the best season based on our own opinions, though, we'll be turning to Rotten Tomatoes for answers. Each season will be ranked based on its Tomatometer score, which is based on the number of positive and negative critic reviews. Seasons which have a perfect critic score will instead be ranked based on their audience rating. Get ready to cruise into Indiana! The inaugural season of Parks and Rec happens to be the lowest-rated season of the show. Chris Pratt makes his introduction into the show as a guest star, but thankfully, he signed onto the main cast after the initial season.

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Lenika Cruz, The Atlantic : As far as final episodes go, Parks and Recreation negotiated the perfect balance between closure and uncertainty. Although each character got his or her own conclusion, the finale was primarily a love letter to Leslie Knope and a testament to the infinite ways, big and small, in which she opened her life to everyone around her. Matthew Gilbert, Boston Globe : It was all very sweet and light — at moments too sweet and light, perhaps, particularly some of the Ron-Leslie sentimentality. Jeff Jensen, Entertainment Weekly : It honored the characters, actors, and the fans in the inspired, inventive ways that both played to what we expect from TV finales and challenged conventions, all while being Parks to the core. And you get exactly what you want! Instead, they just strongly implied it. Alan Sepinwall, HitFix : On the whole, this was a gorgeous, touching and, on occasion, very funny way for Parks to say goodbye to all its characters, and to us.



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Forgot your password?, The sitcom is a staple of American television programming. For decades, audiences in the United States have turned to this type of scripted, narrative-based comedy series to unwind from their busy schedules and check in with their favorite characters each week.

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