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Reasons why Parks and Rec deserved an Emmy

- Set in small-town Indiana, still manages to have 40% of it’s ensemble cast be POC, and not one of them is a token either

- 40% of the cast are women. ¾ are POC. All of them are badasses. 

- Every single fucking episode is funny. Seriously. 

- Perd fucking Hapley. I can’t even explain, you just have to watch 

- Pawnee citizens holy hell 

- The flawless political commentary behind the Langman’s and the Male Men 

- The scene in Comeback Kid where Get On Your Feet is playing and they’re all struggling to walk on ice 

- Chris Traeger and his mental illness. They worked it in so that it was comedic, but if it glorified anything, it was asking for help and accepting it. 

- Okay just Chris in general 

- Gary Jerry Larry Terry Gary Gergich Gengurch Gergich 

- Donna, the character who is exactly who she needs to be throughout her life. She acknowledges the need to change her behavior occasionally, but it doesn’t dent her confidence one bit. 

- Ann Meredith Perkins, you beautiful sun-ray nurse. The best friend everyone needs. Quirky and grounded and intelligent. 



- Everything Tom Haverford has ever said 

- Ben fucking Wyatt. I can’t even elaborate without crying and combusting. Much better nerd than any weasel from The Big Bang Theory. Feminist. Best Husband Ever. 


- Cones of Dunshire and Requiem for a Tuesday 


- April Blart, Mall Cop 

- April’s character development *heart eyes* 

- Andy and April’s love 

- Mouse Rat and hits like The Pit, Catch Your Dream, and - 5000 CANDLES IN THE WIND 


- Bert Macklin, FBI 

- Johnny and Johnathan Karate 

- Andy Dwyer, secret genius 

- Ron Swanson, the manliest man to ever man, owner of the world’s best character development, hater of Canada and vegans, beautiful beautiful man 

- Duke fucking Silver 

- I dig your groovy tunes man

- Ben and Leslie’s healthy, realistic, and beautiful relationship 

- Benslie proposal 

- Benslie wedding 

- Ben’s triplets freakout 

- the BOX 

- Amy Poehler plays the most amazing woman to ever grace any screen. Leslie Knope, a socially inept but selfless woman who dedicates her life to public service, her family, and her friends. Deeply flawed main character that wasn’t made lovable by her unfortunate but relatable love of sugar and hatred of vegetables, but instead by her love for others and thoughtfulness and work ethic and optimism. Food habits aside, her character flaws were acknowledged by the writers, her loved ones, and her. No one is an enabler for Leslie Knope’s bad behavior. When she does something shitty, she gets called on it and apologizes. But at the end of the day, hard work and positivity make a difference, and she achieves her dreams. 

- Positivity. The people on this show like each other. They believe in and support each other. They apologize when they’re wrong. They forgive when they’ve been wronged. They go out of their way to make lives better. And it is still funny.

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This was one of my faves!!

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anonymous asked:

i don't know if you watch parks and rec, but if you do, have you ever thought about how good and pure a parks and rec/x-files crossover would be?

have i ever thought about it? only every day of my life. it would go a little  like this:

  • they’re investigating cow mutilations in muncie (ratio of cows to people: 4 to 1, which actually makes the mutilations that much stranger), and their car breaks down outside j.j.’s diner in pawnee. scully tries to avoid getting waffles, but the blonde woman two booths over is surprisingly demanding about it for a complete stranger. scully tells her she prefers pancakes, thanks, and leslie spills her coffee all over her polka-dot blouse in pure horror. mulder finds this somehow acutely funny and spills his orange juice laughing. scully and the blonde woman’s scrawny date make understanding eye-contact, mid-sigh. between cleaning the tables and offering to pay each other’s bills they somehow wind up agreeing to tour city hall. scully still isn’t sure how, but mulder kept whispering about the ghost of a mini-horse and that blond woman kept beaming and – 
  • leslie is obsessed with scully, who doesn’t really know what to do with a 5′1 bureaucrat bursting with energy. actually, everyone in city hall is kind of obsessed with scully. it takes 10 minutes and one (1) eye-roll for april to mimic scully’s crossed arms and half-pout. she tells donna she can’t decide if she wants her to marry her or adopt her. ron “appreciates her silence” and “dislikes her line of work,” she informs him that he, too, works for the government and he doesn’t talk for the rest of the time they’re in town. (but he shakes her hand when she leaves and is impressed by her grip.) 
  • ann takes one look at scully and thinks “ohhhhhhhh i get it now!” she comes out two weeks later and leslie bakes her a rainbow cake
  • tom and donna rope mulder into a spontaneous treat yo self day and he buys huge inflatable ufo balloon that will never ever ever fit in their rental car 
  • mulder and ben both gaze at scully and leslie respectively and pretend they totally aren’t. they bond over both being completely in awe of the women in their lives and also star trek vs star wars (they can both argue either side, it never comes to blows) 
  • andy is a little bit freaked out by the fact that mulder and scully have guns. bert macklin, fbi, is totally into it though. mulder was going to take him into a field behind the closed e720 warehouse to do some target practice, but scully found out and his clip mysteriously disappeared from his sig sauer. 
  • over a 2 hour tour ben and scully develop a very close relationship of mutual eye-rolls and affectionate calming-down of their equally excitable partners. leslie offers to show mulder the files on ufo activity (36 of them, 12 which were proven to be blimps from sweetums), witch craft (15 of which april definitely forged) and apocalyptic cults (too many to count) and he almost cries.
  • mulder: we’ll never get to meet lil sebastian, may he rest in peace.
    scully: wasn’t he just a pony?
    ben: THANK YOU 
  • they never do see lil sebastian’s ghost haunting the courtyard, as leslie had claimed. they do, however, briefly mistake ethel beavers for a malevolent spirit. mulder promises to open an x-file on the 4th floor when they make it back to dc. 
  • before they leave the whole department takes them back to jj’s. mulder and ben exchange phone numbers so they can compare notes on the upcoming star wars movies and the legitimacy of alien phenomenon in Spielberg films. leslie makes scully promise to come to galentine’s day if she’s ever in town, gives her a hand-bound scrapbook that says “your pawnee adventure” on the front that no one understands how she made so fast ( “magic,” mulder suggests and leslie smiles). this time, scully gets waffles. with extra whipped cream.