"I hypothesized that replacing the piece of lettuce with a strand your hair would be more effective in getting you to wake from your slumber. I then tested the theory and concluded that I was indeed, as I’d suspected, correct."
Treat Yo’ Self To The 10 Best GIFs From Last Night’s ‘Parks And Recreation’
Based on its premise alone, “Doppelgängers” was going to be a very good episode of Parks and Recreation. Actually, every episode of Parks and Recreation is a very good episode; “Doppelgängers” promised to be very, very good, and for the most part, it didn’t let down. At least in the doubles department: Eagleton Ron (Sam Elliott) played the crunchy freegan to Pawnee Ron’s bacon-chewing carnivore; Billy Eichner’s Craig was, well, Billy Eichner, a guy who loves his job (and Scandal) so loudly that he nearly makes Donna resign, and still might; and June Diane Raphael gave April an excuse to act like a shallow, insipid, nail salon-going Valley Girl.
For a long while now I’ve suspected that connection with another person, real connection, simply isn’t possible. I’m curious if you disagree, although I suspect you feel as I do in this, as you do in so many other things. So tell me, is it possible to truly know another person? Is it even a worthwhile pursuit?
Yours is the only opinion I’ll trust, the only point of view that holds even the faintest interest. I find my diversions, as I always do, but the days are long in this grey place.
I dearly hope you’ll write soon.
WHOA, CALM DOWN. WHAT HAPPENED?
OH MY GOD! OH MY GOD! OH, IT WAS THE MOST HORRIBLE THING! I THINK I’M LITERALLY DYING! OH GOD!
JESUS, ARE YOU HURT? WAS IT HUNTERS? HAVE YOU BEEN SHOT?
NO, I READ AN ARTICLE ABOUT FACTORY FARMING! THOSE POOR PIGS!
… ARE YOU SERIOUS?
I THINK I’M HAVING A PANIC ATTACK!