Parks and Recreation: Season 3, Episode 14

Road Trip (12 May 2011)

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The romantic tension between Leslie and Ben reaches dangerous levels when they take a work-related road trip to Indianapolis, Tom's "game show" creates tension between Andy and April, and Ron teaches government to a nine year old.

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The romantic tension between Leslie and Ben reaches dangerous levels when they take a work-related road trip to Indianapolis, Tom's "game show" creates tension between Andy and April, and Ron teaches government to a nine year old.

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Andy Dwyer: I've got the greatest wife in the world! We're married!
April Ludgate: Stop.
Andy Dwyer: We're totally gonna do it later.
April Ludgate: Gosh!
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References Kramer vs. Kramer (1979) See more »

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Let's Stay Together
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Written by Al Green, Al Jackson Jr., and Willie Mitchell
Performed by Al Green
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