'Gotcha journalism' -- from the episode 'Born and Raised' (Season 4, Episode 3) -- is back with this Joan Callamezzo-inspired blend of honeybush vanilla, tart cranberry ceylon, and blood orange, accented with extra cranberries and wildly speculative raspberry pieces. It'll have you singing that old 'gotcha' song, made famous by the Gotcha Dancers: 'Joan gotcha! Betcha thought ya'd get away, but ya gotcha got got, didn't ya? Joan gotcha!' What a classic! NOTE: This tea may or may not have been approved by Joan's Book Club.
Parks and Recreation features a cast of heartwarmingly silly characters, all involved in the parks department of a fictional smallish town called Pawnee, Indiana. Headlined by Leslie Knope, everyone's favorite politically-creative heroine, after a slow start the show gradually became a fan favorite, with many a cult reference to be found amongst its largely-satirical episodes. Said references -- or 'phraseology' -- are the inspiration behind this particular fandom. My friends, family, and I have thoroughly enjoyed binge-watching this show for several years; no matter what changes, wrap-ups, or 8-bit style graphics may come, no one can take away our phraseology-love. Knope out!
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this tea is part of the PARKS AND RECREATION PHRASEOLOGY fandom