It's never easy to say "I'm Sorry."
In "Pawnee Commons," Leslie has to admit that she was wrong about stereotyping all Eagletonians into one large group of jerks. Granted, she was very right about two members of the architect firm - are there architecture firms in super small towns? - but this is beside the point. It's not as though I thought Leslie was completely over her hatred of the citizens of Eagleton. But we've seen her character become so insightful, it seemed almost strange that she seemed over-the-top silly tonight.
Remember that Jim Carrey movie, Liar, Liar? Her "I'm sorry," was impossible to get out because she wasn't really, in fact, all that terribly sorry. I understand her gripe with Eagleton, but think the series can do better than entrusting its viewers to watch a different version of Leslie than the one we're with which we're familiar.
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