Parks and Recreation: Season 3, Episode 7

Harvest Festival (17 Mar. 2011)

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On the day before the Harvest Festival, a local Native American leader places a "curse" on the event because Leslie refuses to give in to his demands.

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With the fate of her entire department hinging on the success of the Harvest Festival, Leslie deals with last-minute problems with a Wamapoke tribal leader, who threatens to put a curse on the event. Meanwhile, April is upset with Andy, while Ann gets romantic advice from an unlikely source. Written by NBC Publicity

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Ken Hotate says that white people like Matchbox Twenty, and later the band are performing at the casino. In all other showings this is changed to Rachel Ray. See more »

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Ken Hotate: [performing a ritual in Wamapote] No one can understand me anyway. Doobie, doobie, do!
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References Poltergeist (1982) See more »

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