Parks and Recreation
2009, 7 seasons to date
By Greg Daniels
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Leslie gets a newspaper reporter to do a story about her and the park idea, but becomes upset when she finds out that the reporter slept with Mark.
Leslie tries to infiltrate the boys' club of politics by crashing an after-work gathering at the town hall. Trying to fit in, she opens a gift basket breaking the local government ethics, and then is called before an ethics committee.
Leslie serves as a judge in the Miss Pawnee Beauty Pageant but is disappointed with the results, and Ann finds out that her ex-boyfriend Andy is living in the pit.
Ann helps a nervous Leslie get ready for her first date with Dave by giving her a "practice date," while everybody else at the office tries to dig up the juiciest dirt on each other.
A crackpot handcuffs himself to a pipe in Leslie's office and demands that "Twilight" be placed in the Pawnee Time Capsule, and Chris tries to help Andy woo April in spite of Ann's reservations.
After Ron breaks up with Tom's ex-wife, he decides to get back together with his Tammy, much to everyone's horror. Meanwhile, Leslie and Ben try to get the local police to donate their services to the upcoming Harvest Festival.
Leslie is accused of not being born in Pawnee while she is trying to promote her new book about the city. Meanwhile, Ann tries in vain to have a five-minute conversation with Ron and April.
Ron's Pawnee Rangers and Leslie's competing scout group, the Pawnee Goddesses, share a weekend in the wilderness, Ben joins Tom and Donna on "Treat Yo Self Day," and Chris takes an interest in Jerry's daughter.
Leslie is forced to make a sacrifice to assure passage of a bill, Ron meets a single woman while fixing a pothole, and Ben and April are stuck in a parking lot and can't make it back to Pawnee.
Leslie gets in trouble with her initiative to teach safe sex to senior citizens, Ron tries to help Tom overcome his addiction to social media, and Ben and April suspect that the candidate they work for is a robot.
Leslie gloats instead of trying to help when she learns of Eagleton's budget crisis, Ron tries to get himself off the grid, and Ann takes April on a road trip to Bloomington.
While the parks department works side-by-side with their former Eagleton counterparts, Leslie is blindsided and heartbroken by the news that Ann and Chris are leaving Pawnee.
Leslie tries to find a historical connection to enhance the National Parks Service's bid, while Ron's group counters with a celebrity investor.
The gang locks Leslie and Ron in the old Parks Department office overnight and force them to settle their differences and end their feud.