Jim O'Heir brings Jerry to life on Parks and Recreation. He cracks us up.
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Leslie grows suspicious when an architect makes suggestions about the park on Parks and Recreation. "Pawnee Commons" is the eighth episode of the show's fifth season.
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Vice President Biden visits Leslie and the gang on Parks and Recreation. "Leslie vs. April" is the seventh episode of the show's fifth season.
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Can Tom get Ron involved in a new business venture on Parks and Recreation? "Ben's Parents" is the sixth episode of the show's fifth season.
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Ann and Leslie hang out on Halloween on Parks and Recreation. "Halloween Surprise" is the fifth episode of the show's fifth season.
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Leslie runs her own sex education class for the seniors of Pawnee on Parks and Recreation. "Sex Education" is the fourth episode of the show's fifth season.
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Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman are married in real life. And were once married on Parks and Recreation.
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Was Leslie planning on taking a dip in the pool when she fought to keep it open longer hours on Parks and Recreation? "How a Bill Becomes a Law" is the third episode of the show's fifth season.
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Parks & Rec Quotes

I hit rock bottom that night. I mean I literally fell to the bottom of a pit and hit a rock. I remember laying there thinking, there's probably a good reason why I'm down here. And then I remember thinking I need morphine.

Mark

You know why tonight is so much fun? Because everyone's so gay. And they know how to have fun, and the dancing ... everyone is just who they are and who they are is just stone cold gay.

Leslie