Leslie makes a shocking personal discovery while she and Andy try to get a headline act for the Unity Concert. Meanwhile, Ben is upset about his parents selling the beach house, and Tom gets a sommelier for his bistro.

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Tom Haverford
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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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Ron Dunn
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Scott Tanner (as Jeffrey Scot Tweedy)
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Craig Middlebrooks
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Chipp McCapp
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Martin Housely
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Perd Hapley
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In the midst of flu season, a sick Leslie (Amy Poehler) and Andy (Chris Pratt) struggle to book performers for the Unity Concert. Meanwhile, Tom (Aziz Ansari) heads to a wine competition in search of a sommelier for his new restaurant, and Ben (Adam Scott) seeks drunken help from Ron (Nick Offerman) with a personal problem. Written by Anonymous

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The actor who plays musician Scott Tanner is actually Jeff Tweedy, lead singer of the band Wilco. See more »

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Ron Swanson: I don't drink alcohol from that portion of the color spectrum.
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References The Flintstones (1960) See more »

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Beautiful Like My Mom (Support the Troops)
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