While Leslie tries to get an endorsement from the police chief, Dave returns to tell Leslie that he's still in love with her. Meanwhile, Andy tries to put together a campaign theme song.

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While trying to get an endorsement from the Chief of Police, Leslie and Ben awkwardly run into Leslie's old flame, Dave. Meanwhile, Andy and the rest of the office work on a theme song for Leslie's campaign. Written by NBC Publicity

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16 February 2012 (USA)  »

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Goofs

During the scene in the parking lot when Ben and Leslie are talking, you can see the reflection of the boom mic in the blue cars headlight. See more »

Quotes

Ron Swanson: I have a problem. This happens to be the studio where a local saxophone legend named Duke Silver records his albums.
April Ludgate: I've heard of him. I heard he makes mature women swoon when he plays.
Ron Swanson: From what I've heard about Duke, he's kind of a private guy. He doesn't want his nosy co-workers discussing his music with him, or knowing that he exists. So if you happen to see any memorabilia laying around, kindly, and discreetly, discard it.
April Ludgate: You got it, Duke.
Ron Swanson: Don't call me that.
April Ludgate: I dig your groovy tunes, man.
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Connections

References Annie Get Your Gun (1950) See more »

Soundtracks

Take Me Out to the Ball Game
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Written by Jack Norworth and Albert von Tilzer
Performed by Rob Lowe
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