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The Fight 

While Tom invites everyone to the Snakehole as he debuts a new drink, Leslie encourages Ann to apply for a job with the city. However, at the nightclub, Leslie and Ann get into a fight over their dating habits.

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Ann Perkins
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Tom Haverford
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April Ludgate
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Andy Dwyer
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Ben Wyatt
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Jerry Gergich
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The Douche
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Freddy
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Jean-Ralphio
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Crazy Ira (voice)
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Councilman Howser
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While Tom invites everyone to the Snakehole as he debuts a new drink, Leslie encourages Ann to apply for a job with the city. However, at the nightclub, Leslie and Ann get into a fight over their dating habits.

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Trivia

Ron mentions that they will "be at each other's throats with warpaint on their faces and a pig head on a stick." This is a reference to the William Golding novel Lord of the Flies, in which kids stranded on an island begin to fight and kill each other. See more »

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At the beginning of the series, Andy and Ann have been dating three years, and it is established that they met in college. Two years later, in "The Fight," Ann tells Leslie she has been a nurse for 10 years. Furthermore, in "Smallest Park," Andy says that he did not go to college at all. See more »

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Donna Meagle: I can only drink warm tap water with cayenne pepper.
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