Parks and Recreation: Season 4, Episode 3

Born & Raised (6 Oct. 2011)

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Leslie is accused of not being born in Pawnee while she is trying to promote her new book about the city. Meanwhile, Ann tries in vain to have a five-minute conversation with Ron and April.

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While promoting her new book about Pawnee, Leslie falls prey to some "gotcha" journalism. Meanwhile, Ann is determined to bond with Ron and April. Written by NBC Publicity

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The lyrics sung by the Afro-Norwegian funk-duo "Nefertiti's Fjord" are actually the first two lines from the national anthem of Norway. See more »

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Joan Callamezzo: Drink up, Tom. I'm gonna go powder my nose... amongst other things. If you know what I mean.
[Joan gets up from the table and trips]
Ben Wyatt: Is she gonna powder her vagina?
Tom Haverford: You gotta help me, man!
Ben Wyatt: Why? It seems to be going the usual amount of gross.
Tom Haverford: No, this is way different! She's not married anymore! She had like five bottles of alcohol and she's calling me "Caramel"! You've gotta throw some cold water on the situation. Start talking about nerd stuff!
Ben Wyatt: You know, "nerd culture" is mainstream now. So, ...
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References ALF (1986) See more »

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