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"I Liked Horsebot 3000" and the Best Moments from Last's Night's "Community" and "Parks and Rec"

By Dustin Rowles | TV | November 11, 2011 |

By Dustin Rowles | TV | November 11, 2011 |

Community (Grade: A-). Amazing episode, and amazing despite the fact that it didn't really genre riff (except on fairy tales) or employ a gimmick, which is typically what "Community" does best. The episode would've been outstanding without it, but the karaoke montage sent it to "Community" manna.

  • "The Dream-a-torium is bigger than all of us." -- Troy

  • "I'm very concerned about this living situation. I've seen enough episodes of Friends to know that cohabitation leads to sex, drugs, and something Parade magazine called Schwimmer Fatigue." -- Shirley

  • "Come on Jeffrey! We've sung it a thousand times together in my mind." -- Dean Pelton








    Parks and Recreation Grade: A-. Another fantastic episode, rife with great one-liners, the return of Tom Haverford to the P&R department, and the possible rekindling of Chris and Ann's relationship. Oh, and Ben and Leslie are almost even cuter when they're arguing.

  • "Just say the word leslie, and ill stick my army of lions on him..." -- Andy

  • "We got the moon. What ya gonna do without tides, Peru?" -- Leslie

  • "He takes really long sadness baths and makes me late for stuff." -- April






    The Office Grade: C. The band subplot didn't do much for me, and the "Is the temp hot?" subplot got plain f*cking creepy, riding off the rails around the time that Dwight kept stumbling in an effort to touch Jim's penis.

  • "He's probably a drug dealer. That's the best way to land a hot girlfriend -- get her hooked on blow." -- Gabe

  • "Does your husband ever have very soft erections, 'cause if not, I just grabbed a very soft penis for nothing."

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