Parks and Recreation: Season 5, Episode 10

Two Parties (17 Jan. 2013)

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Leslie's bachelorette party is ruined after councilman Jamm backs out of a promise, and Chris throws Ben a bachelor party that everyone will remember.



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Leslie's bachelorette party is ruined after councilman Jamm backs out of a promise, and Chris throws Ben a bachelor party that everyone will remember.

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Parks and Recreation Two Parties
19 January 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Leslie starts by meeting with a Representative of the Indians to talk about ideas of a park he has. Leslie and Ben are having their bachelor and bacherlorette parties with then being run by both Ann and Chris. Leslie while going to her bacherlorette party sees that it is already being dug out which is not apart of the deal she made with her fellow council man. Ben at his bachelor party is just playing a board game which starts to bore Tom who says they should go out and have a drink in a cool club. They go to the club which is different for the rest of the men in the group. Leslie cannot enjoy her bachelorette party and mad decides to play some Indian artefact's on the land so it cannot have anything done to it. Leslie is not able to enjoy anything including a stripped dressed as Abraham Lincoln. The guys at the club talk about their past wife's and come to the idea through Chris that they all have bachelor parties. Leslie, Ann and April then go back to the site to dig back up want Leslie buried because of how bad she feels about it. To celebrate Andy's bachelor patty the men go to a baseball stadium and hang out with some famous baseball players. Next is Ron's version where the go and have steak asking him about Diane and how their relationship has developed. Next day the site gets closed down and Leslie will have to come clean to Ken about what she did. Leslie apologises to Ken and instead of telling everyone what she did he is on her side allowing the site not to be built on for a while. An episode that had some funny moments but did not feel good to be at all.

EPISODE GRADE: B- (MVP: Amy Poehler)

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