Why would anyone want to live in New Caprica or Winterfell or, worst of all, South Africa, where they play Dave Matthews Band songs non-stop? That sounds like torture, as are the songs themselves. Those ants can march straight to Hell, where they’ll see Robert California (or Bob Kazamakis) and his Eastern European gymnasts.
Anyway, are you guys happy that Leslie won? The fact that I am is one of the reasons why I love “Parks and Recreation” so much. There was little-to-no chance that she wouldn’t end up victorious, and yet, I still couldn’t help but smile like an idiot when Anne told her she beat Bobby by 21 votes. “Parks” has this ability to make the obvious enjoyable, and the world will be a darker place when it’s off the air.
As for “Community”: I also loved it (and ranked the fake plots here), but not everyone did. I like how the episode handled what happens when routines are disrupted, and how you begin to question not only your own future, but also your sanity when you’re outside your comfort zone. What’s the Greendale Seven without Greendale? Plus: the mental hospital fake-out was clever (Garrett’s deep voice was f*cking brilliant) and the jokes were strong enough to warrant a sequel to the show’s best episode, “Paradigms of Human Memory.”
“30 Rock,” as ever, was reliably funny, and here are the GIFs of the Week.
Riccccckkkkkkkyyyyyy Spanish. (Via)
It’s almost bathing suit weather here in the Northeast. (Via)
I can’t find a good GIF from last Sunday’s “Between Two Ferns” special, so this will have to do. (Via)
Heh, Phon Du. (Via)
The. End. (Via)