Leslie accidentally finds out that Tom is getting a divorce and tries to lift his spirits by sending him to dinner and a strip club, but Tom doesn't tell her that it was just a sham Green Card marriage.

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Leslie accidentally finds out that Tom is getting a divorce and tries to lift his spirits by sending him to dinner and a strip club, but Tom doesn't tell her that it was just a sham Green Card marriage.

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Trivia

Leslie has to go to the DMV office on the fourth floor in order to avoid paying a late registration fee. Coincidentally, the real Indiana DMV state offices are located on the fourth floor of the Indiana Government Center. However, Indiana doesn't charge a late registration fee. See more »

Goofs

Leslie mistakenly refers to a government agency as the DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles), when, in fact, this agency is called the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) in the state of Indiana. See more »

Quotes

Leslie Knope: We are going to the Glitter Factory.
Tom Haverford: What?
Donna Meagle: Not me. I can't go back there. But if you see Jasmine, tell her she can keep Anthony, but I want my microwave back.
Leslie Knope: ...Okay, good. You're gonna take April home.
April Ludgate: No, I wanna go to the Glitter Factory!
Leslie Knope: Well, drop out of school and start doing meth.
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References Mister Ed (1958) See more »

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Lady Red Light
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Written by Mark Kendall, Jack Russell, Alan Niven, Michael Lardie
Performed by Great White
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