make me choose

anonymous asked: aaron paul or amy poehler


There’s your healthy baby!



ben wyatt in
↳ 6.20, one in 8000



2x13 // 6x20






"When Leslie told Ben that she had good news for him, I loved that Ben didn’t even need to hear it to know what it was. There was no overplayed comedic trope of making the husband guess or having him be clueless. This is a man who understands his wife, and he reads the joy on her face and responds with his own soft smile. The subtlety in Scott’s reaction was about as flawless as it gets, and it was a genius decision to have that be the final note of the episode. We spent the majority of it waiting for Ben to learn this huge news, and once again our expectations were subverted because we don’t get to see him directly hear it. But this was better, because it felt so real that anything more would have cheapened it. The warmth, hope, and happiness in both of their smiles was enough to show us instead of telling us how much this moment meant to both of these people."
— Nerdy Girl Notes - Parks and Rec “Flu Season 2” Review (x)

“It’s crazy not only that they both exist right now as such perfect human specimens, but I don’t know how they do it. They’re incredible, all of it in one package. And then the fact that they work so well together, it’s really romantic in the best way.” - Kathryn Hahn





Look, Pawnee has done you a favor. You’ve outgrown them. You’ve got talent, and you’ve got name recognition. Which means that you have a bright, wide-open future with a thousand options.

Look, Pawnee has done you a favor. You’ve outgrown them. You’ve got talent, and you’ve got name recognition. Which means that you have a bright, wide-open future with a thousand options.