Leslie and Ann in an argument? It's a rare occurrence, but it takes place on this episode.

When the neighboring city of Eagleton puts up a fence around one of their parks, Leslie must get her former best friend (guest star Parker Posey) to take it down.

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"Jerry's Painting"

Jerry's painting for the art show causes a controversy; Ben moves in with April; Leslie is frustrated with Chris and his interoffice dating rules.

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Ann convinces Leslie to sign up for an online dating site; Chris challenges Ron to a burger cook-off.

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"Fancy Party"

Andy and April invite everyone in the Parks Department to a dinner party, where they reveal that this was merely a way to tell everyone they're actually getting married.

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Leslie take the group camping this week, while Chris returns and Andy attempts to make a romantic gesture. That's funny just to think about.

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"Harvest Festival"

The time has come for Leslie and company. This episode focuses on the Harvest Festival.

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"Indianapolis"

Leslie and Ron take a trip to Indianapolis this week. But the visit doesn't go well for the latter, or for Ann, who eventually shows up.

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"Media Blitz"

Ben takes center stage on this episode of Parks and Recreation. And flames out in a spectacular manner.

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"Ron & Tammy, Part 2"

Tammy comes back into Ron's life on this episode. The damage she does to him is difficult to understand, and impossible not to laugh at.

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Parks & Rec Quotes

Ron: Indianapolis is home to Charles Mulligan's Steakhouse, the best damn steakhouse in the damn state. I have taken a picture of every steak I've ever eaten there. June 2004: Porterhouse, medium rare, Bearnaise sauce. January 2000: They call this one, The Enforcer. February '96: The steak ribeye. The Whiskey: Lagavulin 16. The lady next to me? A bitch. Specifically, my ex-wife Tammy. OK, this is the first I ever went there. Look at me. Just a kid.

Time is money, money is power, power is pizza, and pizza is knowledge, let’s go!

April