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GREY MATTERS: The Decline and Fall of April Ludgate

I guess it was inevitable, but the worst has come to pass, and April Ludgate, the beyond-deadpan carrier of careless anarchic energies, the one-woman friction element who’s kept "Parks and Recreation" from being an "Office" clone from the unsteady git-go, has been muffled into a millennial-generation version of a wacky neighbor on a sitcom.
  • By Ian Grey
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  • May 4, 2012 9:17 AM
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