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."
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.
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.
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.
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.
“ 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).”