Between this week’s episode featuring the amazing Tatiana Maslany from the INCREDIBLE show Orphan Black (and looks to probably be at least somewhat of a recurring character?) and the show opening with a perfect and delightful Ben-Wyatt-has-a-nice-butt joke, and more Donna Meagle, and April continuing to be delightfully April, I just still love Parks & Recreation so much and that makes me happy.
William H. Macy OWNS this scene. Includes one of my favorite lines in the history of television:
… and if you disrespect him in my presence again, I’m going to rededicate the rest of my life to ruining the rest of yours and if you think I’m just mouthing at you, you should ask around about me. I have absolutely no conscience about these things.
When Duke Silver picked up his first saxophone, a love-bond formed between man and instrument, and he hasn’t stopped blowing since. “Jazz sax,” Duke says, “is a connection to the heavens. Human breath enters, and Angel breath leaves.” Inspired by the great musicians – Coltrane, Getz, Foreigner – Duke set out to establish a new standard of jazz. This wave has taken the entire world by storm.
Duke has taken residence at Cozy’s Bar in Eagleton, Indiana, playing monthly performances for packed, mature crowds.
As Duke always says, “Come love with me… and maybe we can walk through fire together.” (via Duke Silver Trio)
Your daily Ron SwansonNick Offerman: ”There’s so much luck involved in mixing up a pot of goulash, and you’re not sure exactly which ingredient is going to make you say, `You know, that’s a delicious meal.’ Sometimes it’s the cumin that takes it over the top. If I were ever referred to as the cumin on ‘Parks and Recreation,’ I would consider it high praise.” (previously; photo by Victoria Will/AP)
Though Schur hadn’t seen the finished episode yet, he said there were several small “West Wing” homages in it, and he told the director if there was room for a “West Wing”-style walk-and-talk with Amy Poehler and Bradley Whitford, he “wouldn’t complain.” But don’t look for a mini-“West Wing” reunion in Pawnee: Rob Lowe, who played Seaborn, did not share a scene with his “West Wing” castmate Whitford.
ugh okay fine +1,000 points for Parks because BRADLEY WHITFORD.
I would like to find a guy who understands me as well as Parks & Rec does
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