When the government is shut down, Leslie attempts to put on the Freddy Spaghetti concert herself.
Two state auditors (Rob Lowe and Adam Scott) comes to help slash the Parks and Recreation budget; Tom throws April a 21st birthday party.
Leslie gets the 2-6 am time slot for a Pawnee local access telethon for diabetes and enlists the help of the office.
Leslie invites Ron and former directors of the Parks department to a picnic to get their input for an upcoming Summer Events Catalog.
April accidentally schedules 94 meetings for Ron Swanson on March 31st; Leslie tries to save a gazebo.
Jerry is mugged by a bunch of kids in the park this week, so Leslie meets with the head park ranger (Andy Samberg).
After Fairway Frank bites the mayor's dog, Leslie is given the task to capture the possum; Mark makes Ron fix code violations in his workshed.
Ron wins a "Woman of the Year" award for Leslie's work; Tom tries to become a part-owner of a night club.
Justin and Leslie set out to re-unite Leslie's mother (Pamela Reed) with an old flame (John Larroquette); Andy's band plays for the senior center; Tom declares his feelings to Wendy.
The Parks and Recreation department privatizes its concessions stands when it lets a local company, Sweetums, run them.
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