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Leslie: Tom Haverford. Boy genius. Smooth like milk chocolate.
Tom: That's kind of a weird way to describe me.

Shauna: I'm surprised no one's complained about this.
Leslie: Oh, tons of people have. Yeah ... we get letters every day.

(showing a mural of a Native American chief tied to a tree and about to be shot by a cannon) There are ten murals here in this hallway. This is called "The Trial of Chief Wamapo." It was painted in 1936 and this is Chief Wamapo. He was convicted of crimes against the soldiers. I'm always amazed at his .... quiet dignity right before he's killed by a cannonball.

Leslie

Mark: Honestly, Leslie, it's going to be a long uphill battle. You are going to be super-annoyed with all the people who want you to fail. There is a sea of red tape, endless road blocks. So, yeah, I don't know. I don't know.
Leslie: Screw it. I'm gonna try to do it anyway.

[on Leslie] Smart woman. Iffy choice in men.

Ann

[after knocking over beer bottles] Did you hear that? Was that the sound of a glass ceiling being shattered?

Leslie

[on Mark] That dude has stuck it in some crazeee chicks.

Tom

[to Leslie] I'm going to say something and I don't want you to take it the wrong way ... but you are being a huge dork.

Mark

You know, normally I don't agree with Leslie about anything, but this book is awesome.

Tom Haverford
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