Faced with a tough new opponent, Leslie and Ben disagree on the content of her first campaign ad. Ron is very uncomfortable when Chris tries to befriend him, while Andy and April make a trip to the doctor.
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In Leslie's ad she has a scrolling list of other things she's "pro." That list has more than 110 items which includes: Better Better Business Bureau, More snow plows, Fewer libraries, One park ranger for every 10,000 raccoons, Start talking to Cuba again, Plow for Charity, Forming an Ad-Hoc Sub-Committee Oversight Committee, Challenging the norm, Finally passing PR-61 - formally recognizing South Korea, Unionizing ice cream trucks, Get Europe out of debt, Free trade with Illinois, Legalize Korean, Re-open the toucan exhibit at Pawnee Zoo, Find Gabe the Toucan, Memorial for those lost in the trampoline "incident," Prosecuting former PTA president Linda Trifle, Working sewers, More parades, Challenge the norm, Finish the statue of Burt Bacharach, No more conflict diamonds, Bulletproof glass everywhere, Free cookies at every street corner, One school for every student, Require flattering mirrors in public restrooms, Free cake when it's your birthday, Rickshaw Wednesdays, Making it illegal to refuse a hug, and Prop 6A: To recognize all five food groups. See more
Originally, it was not Bobby Newport, but Nick Newport Jr. who was the "Heir to the Newport Throne". (Nick Jr. appears in season 2 as the CEO of Sweetums.) However, in "Campaign Ad" and subsequent episodes, Bobby is described as the heir to the Newport throne, depicted as an only child--Nick Jr. is never mentioned. See more
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E, H, 4, M, potato shape, coffee mug shape, smudge, smudge, middle finger, smudge... the rest are all smudges.
Oh my god, you drove us here!
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Parks and Recreation Main Theme
Composed by Gaby Moreno
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