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It’s not easy capturing the spirit of something. Tonight, the Parks Department was tasked with coming up with a mural that expressed the spirit of Pawnee. What ensued was an entirely forgettable episode of Parks and Recreation.
I think I know what Glee was getting at in “Wheels:” we should treat everyone equally and learn to think about situations from other’s points of view. We see this in the Glee members riding around in wheelchairs and Sue allowing Becky on the team, but this point fell extremely flat in a couple of places.
Television doesn’t get much better. It very well might not get any better. Sons of Anarchy was already on the short list of best shows even before this episode. Now, I’d have to be convinced it isn’t in the top two or three.
What has been great about the 30 for 30 series is its use of simple story to illustrate a grander point. The stories these documentaries tell transcend the people on whom they focus. The story’s subjects are small parts of the larger scope of sports. Jimmy “The Greek’s” story is important because it dissects a rather simple man who lived a fairly complicated life.