Parks & Rec Supercut of April Insulting Ann Is a Tribute to Frenemies

Parks & Rec fans know that in life, some days we're the April, while other days we're the Ann.


Relive both sides of the sworn frenemies relationship with a supercut of April Ludgate's sharpest barbs and pointiest missives directed at the aggressively bland Ann Perkins. Then get excited, but not too excited — NBC won't be airing new episodes of Parks & Rec until midseason.

I bet April would have something thrillingly cunty to say about that.


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In theory, I like the way Parks and Rec makes the bubbly, pretty, normal woman a target for mockery instead of universally adored. It fleshes out her character and keeps the show from idealizing bland, pretty, sweet women like so many other sitcoms do. In practice, I always end up feeling bad for Ann getting eaten alive by all those damn hipsters.