With the Pawnee-Eagleton Unity Concert in full swing, Leslie contemplates leaving her beloved Pawnee to take a job with the National Parks Department in Chicago.
Watch the Producer's Cut of the season 6 finale, featuring 10 additional minutes of hilarious deleted scenes!
Ben and Leslie struggle to maintain their composure after receiving life-altering news.
While Leslie battles a vicious flu virus, the Parks crew heads to a local vineyard to find a wine for Tom's Bistro.
To combat school budget cuts, the Parks Department attempts to throw the greatest prom in the history of promming.
Leslie's 'New Town Slogan' poll gets hijacked, Andy discovers Ron's deep, dark secret and Tom finds a venue for his new restaurant.
Leslie literally hits a wall in her mission to unite the cities of Eagleton and Pawnee.
While Leslie struggles to ease tensions surrounding the Pawnee-Eagleton merger, Ben tries to surprise her with an amazing anniversary gift.
The Parks department bids a fond farewell to two of Pawnee's most beloved citizens, Ann Perkins and Chris Traeger.
Leslie battles a lewd and licentious chard salesman at the local Farmers Market, Ann tries to cope with her uncontrollable pregnancy emotions, and Andy finds his true calling.
Leslie struggles to reintegrate herself back into the Parks Department, and Chris finally proposes to Ann.
Leslie hatches a last-second scheme to get herself reinstated onto the Pawnee City Council.
During his week off between jobs, Ben becomes obsessed with creating a new role-playing game called 'The Cones of Dunshire.'
Ben returns to his old job at the accounting firm, Ron struggles to sell his cabin to the right buyer, and Leslie and Chris confront Jamm on his home turf.
Leslie stages an epic filibuster during Ben's birthday party to jam Jamm's jam.
Leslie copes with the stress of her recall vote by throwing a Halloween party.
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Leslie models some killer outfits from Lady Place for her interview with Buddy Wood.
Series creator/executive producer Michael Schur discusses casting guest stars. He says that cast member Amy Poehler (Leslie Knope) suggested comedian Louis C.K. (Dave Sanderson), although he didn't fit the physical description of his character.
Ron and Leslie hope to sway Councilman Milton's vote in their favor. Even if it means they have to take a few bites of racist salad.
Ron puts Tom's embarrassing bowling techniques to the test.
Parks & Recreation sneak peek.
Reggie talks about how honored he is to be called back to do another scene with Parks and Recreations.
It's pretty easy to prank Ben Wyatt. Luckily, he's great at rolling with the punches... well, he's working on it.
The members of Letters to Cleo discuss their appearance in the Season 6 finale and the attention they've received from frequent mentions on Parks and Rec.
Tom Haverford's always got a friendly greeting for his pal, Ron Swanson. Parks and Recreation returns to NBC for its final season.
We go into the Parks and Recreation Wood Shop to see Nick demonstrate the fine art of Ron Swanson bobblehead-making.
Ron is beyond horrified when the guys pay a visit to Eagleton's hot new bar, Essence, which specializes in "molecular mixology."
Ron's Chair is a hit with a critic in a famous magazine.
A flu epidemic has been sneezing its way through the Parks department, and Leslie is determined to avoid illness at all costs. Larry has been quarantined, but Leslie is still in a germaphobic mood. Andy is helping Leslie secure bands for the Unity Concert, and they've just hooked Chipp McCapp (Bo Burnham), the biggest name in country music since... the last really famous country music star. Things are looking up for the Unity Concert!
Meanwhile, Tom is heading to a contest at a local vineyard to track down a sommelier for Tom's Bistro. He invites Donna and Craig to join, and Ron, Ben and April invite themselves as well. It's a Parks field trip! At the vineyard, Tom sets his sights on Xander, a young up-and-coming sommelier competing in the contest. Meanwhile, April and Craig decide to enter the competition. April's plan is to ridicule the entire contest, but Craig legitimately wants to exercise his sommelier skills.
Back at the office, Andy delivers some bad news: just when it seemed like Chipp McCapp was a sure bet, the young country star backed out of the Unity Concert. Leslie decides that she and Andy will head to Indianapolis to meet Chipp in person and persuade him to perform at the concert. It's another field trip! Unfortunately, Leslie is hit by a vicious bout of nausea just as they're about to leave. She stops by the pharmacy on her way out of town, but the pharmacist tells her that she's not displaying any symptoms of the flu. What else could be making her nauseous? Leslie decides to grab a pregnancy test on the way out, just in case.
Ben learns that his parents recently sold their lake house, which makes him inexplicably angry. He and Ron take a walk with four bottles of blueberry wine while Ben attempts to draw advice from Ron, but Ron has no interest in hearing about Ben's problems. Ben quickly becomes ridiculously drunk on blueberry wine, and after dropping his phone in a puddle, any contact with Leslie is off the table. Bored, drunk and without any form of communication, Ben and Ron decide to walk back to Pawnee.
Meanwhile, Leslie and Andy meet with Chipp McCapp, who turns out to be a major league jerk. After Chipp aggressively insults Pawnee, Leslie decides that they don't want the young star to perform at the Unity Concert. Andy has a backup plan, though: he'll persuade his all-time favorite musician, Scott Tanner (Wilco's Jeff Tweedy) to reunite his old band, Land Ho, and headline the Unity Concert!
On their walk home from the vineyard, Ben and Ron randomly encounter Ron Dunn, Ron's Eagleton doppelganger. Ben may not be able to milk Ron Swanson for any advice, but Ron Dunn is more than willing to walk Ben through a campfire spirit quest to find the answers he's been seeking.
Tom leaves the vineyard without a sommelier. When the group returns to the office, Craig tells Tom that he wants to be the official sommelier of Tom's Bistro. Craig definitely knows his way around a wine bottle, but his temper makes Tom nervous. Tom dec
Ron meets Donna's ex-boyfriend Joe and let's him know that he knows what he is trying to do.
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