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Other than the heat (I like it cold at night), it sounds pretty good to me.
‘s outstanding third season is winding down, even though the truncated run of episodes just began airing three months ago. It doesn’t look like NBC’s gonna screw with us again, making us wait until midseason for the show to return this next time around.
Seems a tad churlish to complain when Parks brought us such highs as Patton Oswalt's extended Star Wars story pitch, Leslie meeting dreamboat Joe Biden, a four-way bachelor party and Jerry's pseudo-retirement.
Ron sees the course as a drain on the taxpayer and has proposed cutting it completely, while Leslie sees it as a public service that enriches the community and, of course, seeks to save it. ) a deep well of cronyism and corruption (mild as it is) in local politics. He calls Leslie out on her schmoozing and borderline bribery (via snow cones and mylar balloons, of course) of Jamm.
This season alone, the writers have called back perfumist Dennis Feinstein (last seen in Season 4), Ben's love of calzones, and even the former Sullivan Street Pit (now the Pawnee Commons) where Leslie's career began.
Leslie and staff watch in awe as City Councilman Bill Dexhart gives a public apology to his wife for engaging in sexual activity with a woman, a man and a stranger.
Tom claims he could run for office, he's squeaky clean!
The Dexhart sex scandal sparks a friendly competition between Tom, Mark, Donna, April, Jerry and Ron.
Considering his prominence early on in the show's run — he was Leslie's unrequited love interest in Season 1, and then dated Ann for a big chunk of Season 2 — it does feel like a small, but notable part of Pawnee history has been airbrushed out of the town charter.