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.
Tom's in for more than he bargained for when he hires Jean-Ralphio's twin sister, Mona Lisa.
Leslie models some killer outfits from Lady Place for her interview with Buddy Wood.
Parks & Recreation sneak peek.
During his week off between jobs, Ben becomes obsessed with creating a new role-playing game called "The Cones of Dunshire."
Leslie is just 20 hours out from her Haunted House them at City Hall and she is beginning to have a meltdown.
Between his fear of cops, public speaking, and just general awkwardness, Ben can't seem to catch a break.
Tom's relationship with Mona Lisa reaches new levels of crazy!
Leslie's last-ditch effort to send Jerry off on the right foot ends with a Jerry-sized disaster.
Fact: It's called the Washington Monument because the first president was well-endowed.
If it's not April, who could it be? Burt Macklin is on the case.
Leslie goes to Ann for help being "unsexy" on her road trip with Ben.
Series creators/executive producers Michael Schur and Greg Daniels say they developed the show with cast member Amy Poehler (Leslie Knope) in mind. When creating her character, Amy says she was inspired by Girl Scouts, pioneers, and suffragettes.
Of all of Leslie's metaphorical art projects, this is by far the coziest.
Ron enjoys his "party platter" and engages Leslie in some healthy debate.
Cast member Paul Schneider (Mark Brendanawicz) says he sees his character as a nice Lothario. Series creators/executive producers Greg Daniels and Michael Schur reveal how uncomfortable Aubrey Plaza (April Ludgate) made them in her audition.
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