Parks and Rec jumped from one high to another all year, with Ron Swanson earning his turkeyburgers as the funniest character on TV. I love this guy. The rulebook for his scout troop just has three words ("Be a man") and he declares, "I only read nautical novels and my own personal manifestos." He even brags he made his wedding last two hours: "After the priest said, 'Repeat after me,' I fell silent." But he meets his match with the arrival of Tammy One – the ex-wife whose evil powers make Ron shave off his mustache. Leslie has to gather all the ferocious women in Ron's life – his gun-toting mama Tammy, the sex goddess Tammy Two, even April – to battle for his soul in an "old-fashioned prairie drink-off." The ladies heroically reunite the man and his facial hair, even after he warns them about Swanson family homebrew: "We used that stuff to burn the warts off mules!" For conservatives, Ron must be their fantasy of a godless American who turns out okay without Jesus; for the rest of us, he's our fantasy of a conversative with actual principles. But either way, nobody wants to see him stripped of his 'stache.