Yay, Parks and Recreation is back! Did you all play along with Gabe’s curmudgeonly drinking game? Are you all dead now because even though the drinking game was curmudgeonly, it was actually very accurate and really only missed, like, one of the bullet points? R.I.P. all of us! Though, we did get an answer to the question of why Ann is always at the office. Because she’s on retainer. For…being…a nurse? For the Parks Department? There was at least MENTION of an answer. The episode was honestly a little too “standard Parks and Recreation episode” to be excited about, save for the appearance of the guy from Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. (He’s not from anything else, right? And no one knows his name?) But it’s still always enjoyable and sweet and funny, so who can complain, especially when you have all the other shows to complain about. Community — I hardly even. I can’t even finish that sentence about it. I don’t want to hate all over it, because at least it’s TRYING to do SOMETHING, but that effort is so clearly fueled on narcissism and denial that it’s difficult not to dislike it. The Dean, though, continues to be perfect. His monologue about not knowing what he was going to say to people at the bank was my favorite part of the whole night. LOVE YOU, DEAN! As for 30 Rock, I’m happy to see that Liz’s life is actually changing and, because of the changes, heading in the direction of the show ending. That sounds bitchier than I mean it, but the show needs to end at this point, and it looks like they’re going to end it well. The Kanye West joke was incredibly upsetting, but the joke where Tracy called Jenna “Jane” was very good. Give and take. The Office continues to be The Office, but again, it was nice to see Kelly not acting like Kelly, and heading her character to a nice end-of-show end as well. Right? RIGHT?