Last night on Parks and Recreation, Leslie discovered someone was abusing the Pawnee community garden. By planting marijuana in it. Her solution? Stakeout.
Along for the ride is Tom, and later Andy. But what began as a plot to find the planter of a gateway drug devolved into a spy mission on one of their friends.
How did it end? Badly, obviously, but for more details, check out in our recap of "The Stakeout." Then see some of the best lines from the episode below ...
If these private detectives can't catch a criminal, who can?
Check out our complete library of Parks and Recreation quotes from this and every episode of the NBC comedy. Some of our favorite lines from last night were:
Leslie: We have a criminal emergency on our hands. Someone planted a gateway drug in the community garden.
Ron: Call the cops.
Leslie: Then it will leak to the press. Then there will be an investigation, and they'll find my fingerprints on the manure, and then we'll lose our funding.
Ron: You don't have funding.
Leslie: We never will if this gets out. | permalink
Ann: I just want to check one last time that you're okay about this date with Mark.
Leslie: Oh, Ann, I am so fine. As long as you and me are cool. You know my code. Hos before bros. Uteruses before duderuses.
Ann: Got it.
Leslie. Ovaries before bovaries. | permalink
Leslie: I want to be president someday, so I have not smoked marijuana. I ate a brownie once. At a party in college. It was kind of indescribable really. I felt like I was floating. It turns out that there wasn't any marijuana in it, it was just an insanely good brownie. | permalink
Tom: What is this?
Leslie: It is a mix CD. It's full of songs about people watching people ... it's mostly Sting. | permalink
Tom: [on his name] I changed it to Tom Haverford. Because brown guys with funny sounding Muslim names don't make it far in politics.
Leslie: What about Barack Obama?
Tom: Okay. Yeah. Fine. Barack Obama. | permalink