According to Nielsen Media Research, the episode was seen by 4.89 million household viewers, a slight decrease from the previous original episode, "Andy and April's Fancy Party".
It received generally positive reviews, with several commentators particularly praising the performance of Aziz Ansari as Tom Haverford.
Now, this type does not describe all Turkish men, because I have met some really great male friends while in Turkey.
As to why these are part of the English lexicon and not the Italian, I have no idea. While irrelevant in terms of answering the specific question, there's an interesting list of the etymological origin of animal names here.
FURTHER ADDITION In French, Baudet is the equivalent of Jackass - the etymology associates this with a human quality of being constantly in a good mood, and that crosses over to a surname.
The episode was written by Alan Yang and directed by Ken Whittingham.
After it aired, NBC launched a website for Hoosier Mate.com, the fictional online dating site featured in "Soulmates".
He was renowned for secretly giving gifts and placing coins in the shoes of the needy.
In one story Saint Nicholas helped a man who had three daughters who couldn’t marry by throwing bags of money in their house when they came of age, but being very modest he did it in the night so the man would thank God instead.
Webster's.") Old Ned [from Edward] ("1904–1922 western North Carolina–eastern Tennessee 1936 southwest Missouri–northwest Arkansas 1941 1. None of the forbidden nouns would cause much of a stir today: " (boar), which were in use for at least the first four decades of the twentieth century in some parts of the United States.
A boar.") was not used to refer to a male animal "in mixed company." It turns out that, across much of the U. South and as far north as Nebraska, Kentucky and West Virginia, some rural folk considered various male animal identifications to be vulgar.
Presumably the link is related to the 'hee-haw' being interpreted as a laugh.
"Soulmates" is the tenth episode of the American comedy television series Parks and Recreation's third season, and the 40th overall episode of the series.
In the episode, Leslie is disappointed when Ben rejects her romantic advances, and is surprised when she is matched with Tom in an online dating service.