Watching Way Too Much TV For You!

office6Fall TV is really here! Do you not believe me? Well, tonight Survivor: Samoa, SNL Thursday Weekend Update, Parks and Recreation, The Office, and Community! How is that for new TV. I have seen the season premiere of both Parks and Recreation and The Office as well as next week’s Parks and Rec.

We left The Office last year as silently we found out that Jim and Pam are having a baby. Can I have a yeah? Yeah, because the focus of the season premiere is not about that. Instead it is all about office gossip and it is hysterical. The premiere of The Office shows that the show is on top of its game. It utilizes every single office member even Stanley and Creed, and gives each a story-line. When one member of the staff has a secret, Michael feels it is necessary to create false rumors to cover up the secret he let out and then hilarity ensues. If you are a Jam fan do not worry, there is plenty of moments about them and the baby. The Office knows who they are and are not going away from that. They know to use each person effectively, so check it out tonight at 9/8c on NBC.

The creators of The Office last year had an idea for a spinoff, but then things changed. Then they had an idea to keep the documentary style and add Amy Poheler. Then they decided to set it at a Parks Dept. Then it premiered for 6 episodes that were not that well received but that is all about to change tonight at 8:30/7:30c. The first two episodes of Parks and Recreation are not only funny, but they are the best episodes of the series too date. With the combination of Louis C.K, Chris Pratt, gay weddings, and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, you got some great comedy. The cold open alone is the best thing the show has seen and it was very smart for them to keep Chris Pratt as a regular who has some funny stuff as well as comedian Louis C.K. as a possible new love interest for Leslie. If you were not a fan last year, try to give it another shot because I think you will be pleasantly surprised.

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Comments on: "Fall TV 2009: My Review of New Seasons of NBC’s Parks and Recreation and The Office" (1)

  1. I think Chris Pratt is genius! He plays “Andy” and adds a type of character that viewers and writers alike “need” and aspire to create or watch! Chris is an extremely talented actor who can shed his humility completely and can create a realistic “heart felt” character while doing so. I believe the addition of Andy is just what this show needs. I love this series and cant wait to see what they do with Andy’s character. Way to go Chris!

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