Parks and Recreation (season 7)

{5/5} “We will get along just fine, though hopefully not too fine, because I am not looking for any new friends. End speech.” — Ron

Parks and Recreation season 7, aired in 2015

Three years in the future the Pawnee parks staff have moved on. Leslie is Midwest Regional Parks Director, Ron has his own construction company called Very Good, and Andy has his own kid’s TV show. April is worried that she and Andy are now a boring old married couple. Leslie and Ron are feuding for some mysterious reason. The Newport family is selling some land — Leslie thinks it would make a good park. This is the final season, and it’s a fitting conclusion for this brilliant show. You get to see people working together to do good things, and it’s also very funny.

I previously reviewed season 6.

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