Leslie celebrates her first year in office. Meanwhile, a surprise discovery leads Andy to bring back his alter ego of retired FBI agent Burt Macklin.
Leslie gets upset when Ron submits budget cut proposals getting rid of the local mini golf course. Andy and Ben celebrate a big donation made to their charity, while Ann helps Tom with his girlfriend troubles.
When Jerry announces it's his last day, Leslie struggles to properly commemorate the occasion as Tom worries he may assume the vacated role of office klutz. Elsewhere, Chris and Ann rethink their fertility plans.
Leslie works to get rid of outdated laws from the original town charter that no longer make sense, as Ron and April take a management seminar from Chris. Meanwhile, Ben and Ann battle over the perfect present for Leslie.
Leslie works hard to find the new director of the Animal Control Department. Meanwhile, Ron goes to the doctor for the first time.
Ben and Leslie return to Partridge, Ben's hometown where he's still infamously known for his time as mayor. Meanwhile, Jamm sues Ron for punching him at Leslie's wedding.
Leslie tries to help a local video store stay in business, while Ann blackmails April into being her friend.
Leslie is literally left speechless when her planned address at a big media event is stolen. Meanwhile, Ben starts his new job working at the Sweetums Charity Foundation.
Determined to get married on the night of the black tie gala, Leslie and Ben struggle to throw a wedding together in less than two hours.
Producer's Cut. Leslie and Ben organize a black tie gala to raise money for their park, but their plans are derailed when a citywide emergency response drill is called. Andy prepares to take his Police Academy exam and Ron fills in on Pawnee Today.
Ann tries to get to know herself as Leslie meddles in one of her biggest life decisions. Meanwhile, things go south when Ben enlists the guys to help choose a caterer for the wedding.
Leslie and April work as trash collectors to prove a point about gender in city government. Meanwhile, Ron has his hands full while he babysits Diane's kids.
Ben and Leslie's rival bachelor and bachelorette parties each take on a very different tune.
Ron is nominated for a prestigious woodworking award, while the rest of the gang celebrates their annual "Jerry Dinner."
Leslie makes a public appeal for park design suggestions, but becomes suspicious when the best design comes from an architect in Eagleton.
Leslie and April go head-to-head for the same zoning space, while Ben tries to help out Tom with his latest business venture, Rent-A-Swag.