Leslie Knope is a problem-solver. And a bit of a basket case, but the two often go hand in hand, right?
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Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) in the fourth episode of Parks and Recreation, "The Reporter."
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Leslie Knope shields herself from debris hurled at her by miscreant youths in "Boys' Club," from the debut season of Parks and Recreation.
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Leslie Knope and two penguins she recently married on display at the Pawnee Zoo. They're gay, those penguins.
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Leslie and Ron are two of the big shots of the Parks and Recreation in Pawnee, Ind. Big shots used loosely, of course.
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Leslie Knope reflects on one of her latest blunders. That's not a short list.
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Leslie Knope reflects on the Pawnee Zoo's penguins and their marriage. They are both male penguins, unbeknownst to her.
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Amy Poehler and Rashida Jones film "Parks and Recreation," the new NBC comedy that will star the pair.
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Parks & Rec Quotes

April is the best, but she's 20. When April was born I was already in third grade, which means if we were friends back then I would have been hanging out with a baby. I don't know anything about infant care. Oh my god I could have killed her.

Andy

Sometimes when you make an omelet you've gotta break a few eggs. What's the alternative? No omelets at all? Who wants to live in that kind of world? Maybe birds. Then all their babies would live.

Leslie