He's still 25 pounds short.
Let's start at the end: What a stellar last few minutes.
“I don’t drink alcohol from that portion of the color spectrum.”
The Parks Department has a prom to organize.
“Listen to me: I have not been taken. This is not a Liam Neeson situation.”
“My son is several weeks old. He is familiar with the sound of power tools.”
“Come hither, peasant.”
An emotional send-off for Ann and Chris.
Who knew chard could be so raunchy?
Naturally, Leslie insists on interviewing for her old job.
Much like its title, "Second Chunce" was a little off.
We get it: He's the worst. The best? Ron's cabin.
A fight with Jamm, a last-minute Leslie solution, a Ron/Chris contest ... things are starting to feel very familiar.
That one was sort of heartbreaking.
It was basically nineties night on Parks and Rec.
Tom Haverford falls for the star of Orphan Black.
Nice but ultimately ineffectual usage of waffles as a diversionary tactic.
Butch Count-city and the Sum-dance Kid to the rescue!
Weddings and foreign travels on this season premiere.
Our favorite fake FBI agent is back.
Who won last night's round of Policy Putt-Putt?
Jerry has been talking about his retirement for about two years, but nobody noticed.
Let’s take a second to cherish that vision of Leslie in old-timey clothes.
Finding out that Ron Swanson can be felled by illness is like finding out there are people on Earth who are taller than your dad.
There’s only one thing Ron Swanson hates more than lying, and that’s skim milk.
In which Ann, April, and Donna sing a Cyndi Lauper song.
Ben and Leslie got married, and it was the best.
“Any dog under 50 pounds is a cat, and cats are pointless.”
Ann finally got a big, main story line all to herself!
Pawnee has a ways to go where the rights and representation of women are concerned.
It's party time in Pawnee.
Tammy Two drops in.
People from Eagleton call their boogers Pawnee caviar.
Ben surprises Leslie with the greatest engagement gift of all time.
In which we meet Ben's mother and father.
Best. Proposal. Ever.
#Unbreakable #WhatsMrGlassuptothesedays? #whynosequel?
Perms, pools, and 311.
Topical storyline alert!
Citizens of Pawnee, we are back, and Leslie and Andy are in the nation's capitol.
We'd all be very, very sad if this were it for Parks, but if it is, at least they went out on a high note.
It's bus-tour time in the campaign for Pawnee's hearts and minds.
So, out of the gun nut, the porn star, the animal lover, the rich kid, and Leslie, who would you pick?
Leslie, the puppy murderer.
"Helpy to hop out."
"Everything I'm wearing is suede!"
"You have 20-inch rims on your VW Golf!"
Also Booboobear, Annberry Sauce, Lady PreshPresh, Annie Get Your Boo.
Leslie's on a mission to find love for Ann. Ben's on a mission to find Leslie.
"When I eat, it is the food that is scared."
Paul Rudd arrives.
Leslie kicks off her campaign, on red carpet and ice.
A perfect sweet-as-salgar episode.
Leslie takes it to court.
"There I go, getting all sappy.”
And a battlefield is a Model U.N. conference.
“They say you gotta spend money to make money, I don’t know what went wrong. We spent all our money.”
His canvas sheet and cardboard box is no match for a puppy party and s'more-off.
"Is she powdering her vagina?"
Tammy One is here.
Leslie's running for office, in the season-four premiere.
In the season finale, 'Parks' does cliffhangers its own way.
Everyone gets a new job, and Ron gets a swivel chair.
Finally, there is discussion of Neutral Milk Hotel. And smooching.
Pawnee must summon all of its fortitude to take on its mortal enemy: the adjoining swanky town of Eagleton.
Art: You know it when you see it.
Leslie and Tom get set up on an Internet dating site: Let the investigation begin!
Congratulations to Andy Maxwell and April Roberta.
The gang goes camping, again. D.J. Roomba in the tent!
It's Harvest Festival time!
In which Tom Haverford tries to make inroads in the perfume trade.
America's found the new face of aggravated neuroticism, and this time ... it's gentile.
Last night brought the cult-sitcom reunion you’ve all been waiting for.
Democracy: It's all the rage this week!
Seems a little hard to believe that Leslie Knope was once set up as the stooge of 'Parks and Recreation.'
"Would you feel comfortable doing things a prostitute does? Minus the money?"
Good-byes and layoffs mark this funny, poignant season finale.
Well, hello, Adam Scott and Rob Lowe! Happy to have you.
May sweeps fever: Are you catching it?
After April's screw-up, the entire office is called in to help Ron with a perfect storm of one-on-ones.
Leslie reunites the last four Parks directors, who all hate each other equally, while Tom tries to pull a Don Draper for the new catalogue.
Andy Samberg guests!
When a possum bites a dog and the mayor demands the varmint — not to have sex with, mind you — who you gonna call?
Ron Swanson takes the Dorothy Everytime Smurf Girl Trophy for Female Stuff.
Ron gives Leslie the hard truth about Justin.
The contemporary apotheosis of a Smirnoff-ian ideal: Ron Swanson.
Leslie Knope knows how to get a quality belly dancer on short notice.
Taking what felt like giant strides in setting up the second half of the season.
Just for one episode.
RIP, Fat Pratt.
Let the pizza-versus-calzone wars recommence.
"What? I'm playing Pitbull-size venues?"
From Andy Dwyer to Peter Quill (and everything in between).
The waiting is the hardest part.
"They haven't asked me to appear? I'm very upset."
Today in wonderful cameo news.
He's still 25 pounds short.
Sex-crazed seniors and political warfare.