What's going to happen to her? I just finished watching parks and rec and I have never been so in live with a fictional character. I even downloaded her shitty romcom movies and I'm not ashamed to say I enjoyed them.
Any recommendations for some shows that just make you as happy/giddy as parks and rec?
>Any recommendations for some shows that just make you as happy/giddy as parks and rec?
OH BOY HERE WE GO
What does /tv/ think of Zero Theorem?
Is the Riddick series pleb or patrician?
>there must be high def pictures of superman blowing shit up someone took with a smart phone
>they cant tell clark kent is superman if he wears glasses
how do they explain this shit?
So ya, thought ya might like to go to the show...
Why did Sopranos posting become a thing all of a sudden? There are like seven Sopranos threads up right now and it's a daily thing.
Is it because of HBO Now?
Is it because "its a X episode" posting became popular?
>Why did Sopranos posting become a thing all of a sudden?
I don't know, but I like it.
I was born in 1995, did anyone else have a...thing for these characters in our childhoods?
Exactly. Fuck off with this shit OP
Can you point me in the direction of the nearest Star Wars thread? I'll take a Batman v Superman or an AUEEEEGGGHHH thread if Star Wars isn't available
>there will never be a show as comfy as season 2 Parks and Rec ever again
Do you even watch Himouto! Umaru-chan?
don't quote me on this, but was this supposed to be a stab at hollywood and california?
Doomsday, I'm Diana
What did you think of this week's episode, /tv/?
Personally I would have kept this for the last episode and have the shooting actually happen with Angus having already left. Mark being killed literally because of a combination of Jez being a shit friend and him being too socially awkward to stand up to Johnson would have been a perfect 'dark' ending.
>Mark being killed literally because of a combination of Jez being a shit friend and him being too socially awkward to stand up to Johnson would have been a perfect 'dark' ending.
How did these things get from orbit to the ground safely?
>this kills the franchise
Why would corporate billionaires care about rookie newspaper journalists, let alone know them by name and engage them in extended conversation like they're in the same league?