Leslie embarks on a bus tour on the final day of her campaign, but she becomes distracted by the sudden death of an important person in Pawnee. Elsewhere, Andy investigates a security threat, while Chris discovers a surprising cure for his depression.
Leslie goes toe-to-toe with Bobby Newport in their big televised debate.
Without considering the negative impact on her campaign, Leslie fights City Council against its proposed budget cuts to the Parks department.
After Leslie gives an embarrassing drunken interview, she and her campaign team pull out all the stops to prevent it from being aired.
Leslie and Ben are caught off guard when her opponent hires a high-power campaign manager from Washington, D.C.
Leslie realizes that the Parks Department has forgotten Jerry’s birthday and decides to throw a party for him at a special location.
Leslie and Ben have an awkward run-in with Leslie’s old flame Dave; Andy writes a zany theme song for Leslie’s campaign.
Seeing Ann alone on Valentine’s Day, Leslie quickly makes it her mission to find a man for her best friend. The suitors however, aren’t exactly what Ann had in mind.
Faced with a tough new opponent, Leslie and Ben disagree on the content of her first campaign ad. Paul Rudd guest stars.
Leslie enlists everyone in staging an attention-getting event, while Ben explores new hobbies.
The Parks crew comes up with the perfect holiday gift for Leslie while she deals with the fall out from her suspension.
Leslie’s trial pits her against Chris, and forces Ben to make a major admission.
Leslie stalls a project in order to spend more time with Ben while Tom and Jerry redesign the Parks logo.
Ben and Leslie have a rocky time being just friends during a Model U.N. while Ron tries to find a replacement for Tom.
A cult claims the end of the world is nigh, while Leslie has to face a harsh truth about her relationship with Ben.