Parks and Recreation: Season 2, Episode 7

Greg Pikitis (29 Oct. 2009)

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Leslie tries to stop a high school punk who vandalizes the park every Halloween, but will he get the last laugh? Meanwhile, Ann's Halloween party is a bore until Tom saves the day.



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Leslie enlists the help of Dave and Andy in order to catch a local teen vandal. Meanwhile, Ann struggles to make her Halloween party fun, and gets help from an unlikely source. Written by NBC Publicity

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Ron Swanson dresses as a pirate for Halloween. He is the voice of a pirate in The Lego Movie (2014) See more »


When April is referring to her previous year's gay Halloween, she mentions having seen three Jonas brothers making out with three Robert Pattersons. She is almost certainly referring to the Twilight actor, whose name is Pattinson, not Patterson. See more »


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23 April 2014 | by (Ramsett Park) – See all my reviews

Great plot idea, and amazingly well written jokes. Makes you wonder why other comedies can't do the same. Taking a new perspective on the Halloween episode idea, it is great to see a show go away from the average Halloween party idea and try something new. The character creation of Greg Pakitas, like all other characters is incredible, with his cocky and suave attitude and great ability to prank and best Leslie and the parks department with-out ever being caught it makes him a Parks and Recreation legend. Other comedy shows should take note.Though the subplot is good it is not as good as the main one going on, it is still very good, and helps the viewer connect, and learn more about the other characters. This episode is one of Amy Pohler's best performances, showing the viewer how funny she can be.

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