Posts tagged parks and recreation
Because I am Excited For The New Season Of “Parks & Rec”, Here Are A Few Tom Haverfashions:
"Shoes are Foot Lingerie."
"Watches are Time Bling."
"Pants are Extended Capris."
"Underpants are Seduction Shorts."
"Sunglasses Are Hangover Guards."
-DM
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Because I am Excited For The New Season Of “Parks & Rec”, Here Are A Few Tom Haverfashions:

  • "Shoes are Foot Lingerie."
  • "Watches are Time Bling."
  • "Pants are Extended Capris."
  • "Underpants are Seduction Shorts."
  • "Sunglasses Are Hangover Guards."

-DM

[azizisbored]

Paper Doll TV Characters A Sure Sign Of A Quality Show.  The good folks at Flannel Animal have designed these awesome paper doll sets of Aziz Ansari’s character from “Park & Rec,” along with characters from “Breaking Bad.”  And it’s always a sign of quality programming when Internet denizens are inspired to brainstorm brilliant little ideas such as this one.  They enhance the viewing experience and give the show a vital dose of web cred. 

-DM

[azizisbored via flannelanimal]

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Supercut Of Ron Swanson Food Jokes Makes Me Extremely Happy, Hungry.  I love eating and I love jokes, which makes my enjoyment of food-based humor exponential in its capacity.  And so it pleases me to present to you this vid of all the Ron Swanson food references in “Parks & Recreation”, which is the finest thing since turf & turf. 

-DM

[Warming Glow]

Faces Of Ron > Faces Of Death. This is “The Many Faces of Ron,” a site set up by NBC for “Parks & Recreation.”  And the fact that summer has now begun and we are miles away from new Ron Swanson quotes is just so, so, so unarousing.  Pass the Snake Juice.

[popeater via aoltv]

(Photo: NBC)

(via thispopculture)

That’s the Swanson Pyramid of Greatness, as seen on last night’s episode of “Parks and Recreation,” which you probably didn’t watch because you have bad taste and are a terrible person.  I cannot begin to tell you how stunned I am that BREAKFAST is nowhere to be found on this chart.  “I’m a simple man, I like pretty dark-haired women and breakfast foods.”  That’s gosh darn right, sir.

[ourcenturyofugh]

(via joshmorrissey)

What has always bothered me about SATC is the writing. It’s abysmal. Take every clichéd joke and narrative device you can think of, throw it in a food processor, and you have yourself a SATC teleplay. Samantha is considered the comic relief in this series and her jokes make a Jay Leno monologue sound cutting edge. And I resent that SATC supposedly represents the apex of female-targeted comedy when there’s so much better written female-centric comedy out there (watch “Parks and Recreation” sometime. No really, please watch it or it will die).