Leslie decides to marry two penguins in order to promote the local zoo, but inadvertently causes a debate when both penguins turn out to be male. Meanwhile, Mark asks Ann to go see a movie with him.
While pruning the new community garden, Leslie and Tom find that someone has been growing marijuana. To find those responsible, they decide to have an all-night stakeout of the garden. Meanwhile, Ann asks Leslie's permission to go on a date with Mark.
Leslie gets to judge a beauty contest, but ends up having conflicting opinions on "the ideal woman" with the other judges. While on a date with Mark, Ann learns Andy has been living in the pit.
Ann helps Leslie work through her nervousness over her first date with Dave.
Leslie welcomes the Parks and Recreation department from Pawnee's sister city, Boraqua, Venezuela, and is stunned by the cultural differences.
Insipred by the idea of "National Serive Week", Leslie and the Parks Department volunteer to help build a playground alongside a community group called "KaBOOM".
Leslie enlists of Dave and Andy to track down a vandal.
Leslie is stunned to find out that Ron's ex-wife, Tammy, wants to appropriate Leslie's now-filled pit for the town library.
Leslie and the Park & Recreation crew try to come up with a new mural after one the older ones had been vandalized.
Leslie invites herself on Ron's annual hunting trip to prove that she can be "one of the guys".
Ron sends Leslie up to the DMV department and she happens to see Tom and Wendy at divorce court. Leslie enlists the help of everyone in the department to take Tom out on the town so he can forget his sadness. Meanwhile, Tom has an epiphany about his marriage.
Leslie designs the Pawnee Winter Wonderland Festival, but has to hide from the press when a meeting with a disgraced Councilman lands her in the middle of a sex scandal. Meanwhile, Ron offers to cover for Leslie for the day, and quickly discovers how much work she really does.
Ann sets Leslie up on a bland date with one of her co-workers. However, the date does not go as Leslie had hoped. Meanwhile, Mark begins to feel insecure when he meets one of Ann's old friends.
After a wonderful date with Justin in Indianapolis, Leslie tries to impress him with a dinner party at her house.
A local company teams up with the Parks Department to sell energy bars, but Leslie discovers how unhealthy they are.
Leslie and Justin try to track down one of Leslie's mom's old boyfriends for Valentine's Day.
Leslie is outraged when Ron wins a "Woman of the Year" award for a project she started. Meanwhile, Tom is desperate to find some money to invest in a local Pawnee club.
When a possum bites the mayor's dog on a golf course, Leslie is asked to form a task force to catch the pesky animal. Meanwhile, Ron is upset when Mark refuses to bend the rules for him
After Jerry is mugged by a bunch of kids in the park, Leslie tries to improve public safety.
Leslie invites Ron and the former directors of the Parks Department to a picnic lunch in order to get their input in preparing the Summer Events Catalog.
Ron is furious when April mistakenly schedules a ton of meetings for him. Meanwhile, Leslie fights to preserve a historical landmark.
Leslie hosts a late-night shift for a local telethon, and lands former Indiana Pacer Detlef Schrempf as a celebrity guest. Meanwhile, Mark has big plans for his relationship with Ann.
Leslie is disappointed when her new park plans are put on hold by a visit from two state auditors. April has plans for Andy at her birthday party, and Ann tries to piece together a romantic mystery.
Ben prevents Leslie from holding a children's concert, while Mark makes some huge decisions about his life.