With a cast as ostensibly close-knit and in-tune as these actors are, season four of Parks and Recreation illustrates just how far the series has come from its mediocre beginnings, and could very well take it to even greater, and funnier, places.
Season four was the best yet. As good as any other sitcom on television. I find this season better because it gives us a saga to follow throughout the season but it is still tremendously funny. All the characters continue to improve year by year. This season I found Ron picked up a lot of depth and he got far more funny as well. This show may have reached just reached its peak.
Thus far, the best season this each-time increasingly better comedy has put on TV. As binge-worthy, character based and relentlessly funny as its previous season, Parks' fourth season has the most memorable episodes, the most coherent plot and the most tummy-aching jokes I have seen on a comedy show in many years. It balances silliness, wittiness, sugar and red-hot pepper in such a way rarely any series on TV do. It is quality television, no doubt about it. Seeing the campaign process for Leslie is also daunting and entertaining. You will find yourself wanting to watch all of it at once. It is really that great. Season 1 was a big letdown, and now season 4 proves they are not looking back.
Fantastic show with hilarious moments. It's not just a comedy but follows a continuing plot over multiple episodes that will really pay-off for long time fans and new comers will also find it easy to catch up and find the jokes to be well thought and entertaining.