Best of 2020: TV Episodes

It's been a strange year and it's been an especially quiet year for TV that hasn't looked the way it's done in the past. But there have been surprising delights sprinkled throughout particularly where finales are concerned. This year sounded differently, too as we took Year-End Reviews to Marvelous Geeks Podcast in a two part... Continue Reading →

#100DaysofFanFavorites | Day 62

25 Inimitable Men 12/25  Ron Swanson (Parks and Recreation) When it comes to the men of Parks and Recreation it’s impossible not to have them all on this list because of how intricately they’re each written and brought to life by their respective actors. And in truly inimitable ways, each character has the kind of story to... Continue Reading →

#100DaysofFanFavorites | Day 56

25 Inimitable Men 6/25  Ben Wyatt (Parks and Recreation) A nerdy feminist with a heart of gold and ridiculously sarcasm all wrapped up in a hardworking individual with an agenda to do good? This basically sums up perfection if you ask me. Leslie Knope would agree. Ben Wyatt was the greatest addition into the show and I’ll... Continue Reading →

#100DaysofFanFavorites | Day 50

25 Nearest and Dearest 1/25 Pawnee Parks Department (Parks and Recreation) Parks and Recreation portrays friendships in a way that’s impeccably rare on television. Leslie Knope and Ann Perkins alone are the epitome of how women should be with their best friends. And while they’d be enough if they were the only ones, the entire department is... Continue Reading →

2015 Year-End Review

Best of Television It’s truly been one of the strongest and most inspirational years of Television and because of this, we’ve decided the best way to pay homage to it, is to reflect on the scenes that are now perpetually engraved in our memories. These are the scenes that have not only inspired us, but they’ve... Continue Reading →

#100DaysofFanFavorites | Day 7

25 Love Stories 7/25 Ben Wyatt and Leslie Knope (Parks and Recreation) Parks and Recreation quickly became one of my favorite shows because of how unapologetically feminist it is. And the most glorious element of the series isn’t just how much the ladies appreciate one another, but how the men are fully aware of the... Continue Reading →

International Women’s Day | ’15

Inspiring Female Character III:  Leslie Knope (Parks and Recreation) | Amy Poehler Leslie Knope teaches the world that it’s okay to be excited over little things even if people don’t understand you. I get excited over the smallest details and for a while, I believed it was pathetic, like I needed to remain a certain... Continue Reading →

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