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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 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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When a neighboring town puts a fence around one of its parks, Leslie asks an old friend for help; Ron tries to stop his own birthday party from happening.
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Jerry's painting creates excitement at the community art show; Ben moves in with April and Andy; Leslie disagrees with Chris' workplace dating rules.
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An online dating service matches Leslie with someone she already knows; Chris challenges Ron to a burger cook-off as part of a new health initiative.
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April and Andy have a dinner party; Ben turns to Leslie for career advice; Ann goes to a singles party.
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Leslie takes the department on a camping trip to brainstorm new ideas; Andy tries to romance April; Chris returns to Pawnee as the city manager.
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Leslie deals with a Wamapoke tribal leader who is threatening to put a curse on the Harvest Festival; April is upset with Andy; Ann gets some romantic advice.
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Ron and Leslie travel to Indianapolis to receive commendation for the upcoming Harvest Festival; April and Andy learn to have fun without spending money.
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Leslie, Tom and Ben try to spread the word about the Harvest Festival; Ben faces tricky questions about his past; Andy vies for April's affection.
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Tom tries to get even with Ron by going on a date with Ron's ex-wife (Megan Mullally); April is asked to work with Chris.
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Leslie plans to bury a time capsule that summarizes life in Pawnee; Andy asks Chris for help winning April back.
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Leslie comes down with the flu while planning the local Harvest Festival; Andy and Ron bond.
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Leslie asks Ann to help her convince Chris and Ben to give the parks department more money; Ron and Andy coach basketball; April makes an announcement.
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Leslie decides to take matters into her own hands when Ben (Adam Scott) stops her from holding a children's concert; Mark faces some big decisions; Andy is surprised by some romantic attention.
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A visit from two state auditors (Adam Scott and Rob Lowe) puts Leslie's new park plans on hold; April has a plan for Andy.
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When she hosts the late-night shift of a local telethon, Leslie gets a former professional basketball player as a celebrity guest; Mark has big plans for his relationship with Ann.
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Ron becomes upset when April mistakenly schedules meetings for him; Leslie fights to preserve a historic landmark.
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Leslie plans a picnic lunch for Ron and former directors of the Parks Department; Tom poses for the cover of the summer events catalog.

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