In her continuing efforts to ease tensions between Pawnee and Eagleton, Leslie proposes a new town slogan.
Leslie encounters problems while trying to take down a wall dividing 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 prized residents, Ann Perkins and Chris Traeger.
Leslie battles a lewd chard vendor at the Pawnee Farmers Market.
Leslie struggles to reintegrate herself back into the Parks Department.
Leslie hatches a last-second scheme to get herself reinstated onto the Pawnee City Council.
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.
When Pawnee revolts against Leslie's plan to introduce fluoride to the town's water supply, she enlists the help of Tom's business expertise to re-brand the idea.
Leslie attempts to cope with the stress of her recall vote while throwing a City Hall Halloween party.
Leslie stages an epic filibuster during Ben's '90s-themed birthday party to jam Jamm's jam.
Scandal erupts when Donna accidentally sends a lewd message via the Parks Twitter account.
Tensions rise when the employees of the Pawnee Parks Department meet their Eagleton counterparts, and Leslie must choose who stays and who goes.
Leslie (Amy Poehler), Ben (Adam Scott) and Chris (Rob Lowe) visit Eagleton to discuss financial matters with city councilor Ingrid de Forest (guest star Kristen Bell). Meanwhile, Ann (Rashida Jones) takes April (Aubrey Plaza) to vet school orientation and Ron (Nick Offerman) works to “get off the grid.” Aziz Ansari, Jim O’Heir and Retta also star.
Leslie and the gang travel to London. Meanwhile, a motion to recall Leslie gains traction in Pawnee.
The cast raves about new addition Rob Lowe (Chris Traeger). Rashida Jones (Ann Perkins) says that Rob is so good looking, it's impossible to make fun of him. Series creator/executive producer Michael Schur talks about the spoof promo featuring Rob.
Leslie is just 20 hours out from her Haunted House them at City Hall and she is beginning to have a meltdown.
Andy's hired to play a kids birthday party.
Andy tries to make his way back into Ann's heart.
Series creators/executive producers Michael Schur and Greg Daniels and line producer Morgan Sackett joke about the offensive murals that appear on the show. Schur and Sackett talk about The Pit's occupant, cast member Chris Pratt (Andy Dwyer).
The mayor talks about watching the show and how much his son enjoys watching the show as well.
Adam talks about this being his first time on a Sitcom and how much he is looking forward to it.
Tom and his new girl talk about her upcoming trip with "Doctors without Borders"
Leslie calls for a filibuster on Roller skates.
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Meet April Ludgate, the Parks and Recreation Department intern extraordinaire.
Series creators/executive producers Greg Daniels and Michael Schur used their short 6-episode first season to get all the pieces in place. Line producer Morgan Sackett found The Pit and Dean Holland edited the pilot down from 80 hours of material.
Cast member Nick Offerman (Ron Swanson) talks about Ron's two ex-wives, both named Tammy. Amy Poehler (Leslie Knope) and series co-creator/executive producer Michael Schur talk about the rivalry with the Library Dept.
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Amy Poehler has a special video announcement: the show will return in 3-D!
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