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Parks and Recreation is a famous political satire mockumentary sitcom TV series, which was created by Michael Schur and Greg Daniels. The show aired on NBC on April 9, 2009. It is a 125-episode series that includes seven seasons. Amy Poehler portrays the character of Leslie Knope in the series, who is a bureaucrat in the Parks Department of a fictional town situated in Indiana, Pawnee. She wants to convert construction into a community park. The series includes several funny scenes mixing the mundane work life with ridiculously unreasonable humor of their self created and heightened world.

The series also includes a lot of storylines, and some of them seem a lot more authentic and rang true clear and loud when it comes to the local government. There are various realistic and unrealistic storylines in the series Parks and Recreation. In this article, we have discussed the five most realistic storylines.

Slow Government

In the first season of the series, we have seen how dull can be the local government. The pilot episode of the series comes with the introduction of Ann Perkins, who requests the Parks Department to fill a hole in which her boyfriend fell. It is the prime storyline for the entire first season. Leslie has to go through several countless hoops in order to fill in a hole. It shows the slow working process of the local government.

Boys’ Club

Although Leslie is a government employee, she sometimes struggles a lot in order to reach that ultimate level. In the first season of the series, she gives a passionate expression of grief when she tells about an unofficial boys’ club, where some male officials chill out, and various deals and connections are made. There are a lot of older industries that have unofficial clubs, which are nonetheless. It is quite interesting to see Leslie being so confident and run into these clubs in her career.

Town Hall Meeting

The people of Pawnee, Indiana, are very funny aspects of this series. Leslie has to struggle a lot in order to surmount the people on several issues. It is really hard to think about this town hall meets despite the fact that people are not as outlandish in the initial episodes of the series. When Leslie decides to hold a town hall meeting in order to discuss making the construction site into a community park, many people show up their voice against this harmless motion.

Penguin Wedding

In the starting episodes of the series, Leslie has been shown holding a fake wedding ceremony of two penguins as a part of a media stunt in the Pawnee zoo. But, it causes a scandal after being revealed that both the penguins are male, and many people are against this. Though it seems like a bit of silly drama, it is not that crazy. Many people claim that certain agendas should be pushed if anything goes against their beliefs.

Burger Cookoff

The characters of Ron Swanson and Chris Traeger have been portrayed by Sam Elliott and Rob Lowe, respectively. It is one of the most fun aspects of the show to see the interaction between these two completely opposite men. Chris is a health nut and focuses mainly on a vegetarian diet. On the other hand, Ron does not eat anything except meat in his life. So they get to a burger cookoff in order to determine whether the hamburger of Ron is superior to the veggie burger of Chris. Chris gives a lot of effort to make a delicious veggie burger, and it is great according to everyone, but Ron gives no effort and simply makes a hamburger. However, everyone decides immediately that Ron is the winner because a veggie burger can be amazing, but it cannot beat the real thing.

This article concludes the five most realistic storylines in one of the most famous TV series, Parks and Recreation.

Source: Parks and Recreation: 5 Most Realistic Storylines

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