Leslie squirms on her unexpected date with the old man, then gets drunk with Brendanawicz, both of which were the pinnacle awkwardness.
The look Tom gives the camera when he realizes that the geezer is Leslie's date is nothing short of priceless.
Ann tears into Mark, who's turned out to be quite the d-bag.
Interestingly, the original pilot had Mark cashing in his favor from Ron for the sub-committee not because he admired Leslie's optimism, nor because he felt bad for her because Tom and April were making fun of her, but simply because he had met Ann and needed an excuse to keep seeing her.
Meanwhile, Andy seems like a tool but is really... no, he's also a tool.
Mark: Honestly, Leslie, it's going to be a long uphill battle. You are going to be super-annoyed with all the people who want you to fail. There is a sea of red tape, endless road blocks. So, yeah, I don't know. I don't know.
Leslie: Screw it. I'm gonna try to do it anyway.
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Wendy: How did Leslie meet her boyfriend?
Tom: She used to read him books at the senior center.
Beth: Wow. How old is he?
Tom: He's 6, but he has Benjamin Button disease.
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