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Leslie Knope, a midlevel bureaucrat in an Indiana Parks and Recreation Department, hopes to beautify her town (and boost her own career) by helping local nurse Ann Perkins turn an abandoned construction site into a community park, but what should be a fairly simple project is stymied at every turn by oafish bureaucrats, selfish neighbors, governmental red tape and a myriad of other challenges. Leslie's colleague Tom Haverford, who delights in exploiting his position for personal gain, is as likely to undermine her efforts as to help her, while her boss, Ron Swanson, is adamantly opposed to government in any form, even though he's a bureaucrat himself.

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Leslie and Ben disagree about her campaign ad; Chris makes Ron uncomfortable; Andy and April go to the doctor.
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Leslie asks for help staging an event; Ben gets a new hobby; April and Andy adopt a pet.
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Leslie travels to London to accept an award; Tom hunts down a businessman; Ann and Chris take their relationship to the next level.
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Leslie travels to London to accept an award; Tom hunts down a businessman; Ann and Chris take their relationship to the next level.
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Leslie commemorates her first year as a city councilor; April receives life-changing news; Tom considers a business opportunity.
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Ron submits budget cut proposals that upset Leslie; a big donation is made to Andy and Ben's charity; Ann helps Tom with girl troubles.
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Leslie tries to come up with a way to commemorate Jerry's retirement; Chris and Ann get ready to have a baby; Tom worries about how Jerry's departure will affect him.
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Leslie forms a citizen action group in hope of getting some work done; everyone in the office tries to plan a Christmas gift for Leslie.
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Leslie and Ben defend themselves against Chris' ethics charges.
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Leslie uses her new tourist attraction to spend more time with Ben; Ron and April encourage Andy to further his education; Chris assigns a logo redesign to Tom and Jerry.
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Leslie asks Ben, Andy and April to help host a Model U.N. for the local high school; Chris asks Ann for dating advice; Ron tries to find a replacement for Tom.
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Pawnee residents contemplate their lives after a local group predicts the end of the world; Tom plans one last big party.
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April and Andy throw a Halloween party, to Ben's dismay; Tom promotes his company while emceeing a campaign event for Leslie; Ron and Ann give Andy and April an unusual gift.
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In retaliation to Ron's "guys-only" wilderness group, Leslie takes the women on an adventure weekend; Ben is forced into joining Donna and Tom for a day of relaxation; Chris spends time with Jerry.
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Leslie promotes her new book; Ann tries to bond with Ron and April.
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Leslie has to get involved when Ron's first wife re-enters his life and starts controlling him; Ben helps Tom with his new company; Ann makes a public service announcement with Chris.
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Leslie must chose between Ben and her dream of running for office; Ann dispenses medical advice; Ron gets ready for the return of Tammy One.
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Leslie and the Parks Department organize a memorial for a dearly departed friend; Tom makes a big decision; Chris reacts poorly to a health issue.
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The parks department is unhappy when Chris makes big changes; Leslie is surprised when Ben has a meeting with her mother.
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Chris sends Leslie and Ben on a trip to the capital; Ron teaches a student about his views; Tom's new game; April hurts Andy's feelings.
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Ann's lack of enthusiasm at an offer for a city hall job causes an argument with Leslie; Tom invites everyone to help him promote his new alcoholic beverage.

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