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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's speech for a media event goes missing; Ben starts his new job; Ann asks someone an important question.
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Leslie and Ben work to complete a years-long project in two hours; Ron's temper causes trouble.
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Ben and Leslie put together a black-tie gala to raise money for the park, but a drill for a city-wide emergency derails their plans; Andy gets ready for his police academy exam; Ron fills in for Leslie on "Pawnee Today."
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After a series of unsuccessful relationships, Ann makes a decision; Ben asks Tom, Chris and Ron to help him select a caterer for the wedding; April has to complete one of Leslie's tasks.
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April and Leslie try to get more women hired in government; Tom asks Ben and Andy to teach him about basketball; Ron watches Diane's kids.
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Ann plans a bachelorette party for Leslie, but Councilman Jamm derails the event; Chris has a game night at Ben's.
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Tammy II crashes a woodworking awards dinner that Ron, Diane and Leslie are attending; Jerry fails to invite some of his friends to his holiday party.
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Leslie asks the public for park design suggestions but is suspicious when the best design comes from an Eagleton architect; Tom asks the office for help with his new business; Andy tries to make his job as a security guard exciting.
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April tries to get Lot 48 turned into a dog park, upsetting Leslie; Tom gets Ben's help with his new business idea; Andy improves his crime scene investigation skills.
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Leslie meets Ben's parents; Jean-Ralphio helps Tom prepare the pitch for his new business idea; Chris has mood swings.
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Ben gets a job offer, forcing Leslie to think about their future; Ron and Andy take Diane's girls trick-or-treating; Tom looks for a new business idea.
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Leslie holds a sex-education class following an STD outbreak among senior citizens in Pawnee; when Tom's gadgets are taken away, Ron helps him acclimate to life without technology; April and Ben meet Congressman Murray.
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Leslie tries to pass a law extending the community pool hours; Chris thinks of a new way to solve people's problems around the city, which leads to Ron fixing a pothole for a local mother (Lucy Lawless); April and Ben plan a road trip.
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Leslie passes a city-wide tax on huge sodas in hope of combating obesity in Pawnee; Chris helps Andy prepare for his police entrance exam.
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Leslie is overwhelmed when she and Andy visit Ben and April in Washington, D.C.; Ron throws a barbecue for the whole staff.
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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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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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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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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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