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A pair of radio shock jocks threaten to ruin Leslie's town slogan contest, April and Donna help Tom find a restaurant site, and Andy discovers Ron's alter-ego, Duke Silver.

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Tom Haverford
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Ron Swanson
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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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Donna Meagle
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Joan Callamezzo
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The Douche
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Craig Middlebrooks
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Crazy Ira
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Grant Larson
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Perd Hapley
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Councilman Howser
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Leslie (Amy Poehler) aims to create a new town slogan, but runs afoul of local shock jocks (Special Guest Stars Nick Kroll and Matt Besser). Andy (Chris Pratt) scouts bands to play the Unity Concert and discovers an interesting secret about Ron (Nick Offerman), while Tom (Aziz Ansari) looks for a restaurant locale with Donna (Retta) and April (Aubrey Plaza). Written by Anonymous

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13 March 2014 (USA)  »

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The options for the new town slogan listed on the website are "You Paw-need to Visit Us", "Storied Past, Bright Future", "The City That Beats", "It Feels Real Here", "Pawnee's the Place to Be", or submit your own. See more »

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When Andy goes to the nightclub where he discovers Ron is Duke Silver, he reacts twice. A wide shot shows Ron playing the sax and Andy sitting at a table, staring at Ron and shaking his head in disbelief. Then a close-up shot shows him looking seriously at the stage and then suddenly realizing it's Ron. See more »

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References Jurassic Park (1993) See more »

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Parks and Recreation Main Theme
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Written by Gaby Moreno and Vince Jones
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