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During an interview, Leslie talks about how she is not nervous about the date, but then throws her phone across the room when it vibrates. Mark tells Ann that he is trying to dig up dirt on his coworkers.

Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) does her best to improve Pawnee as a member of the city council, only to face frequent resistance from unhappy citizens, corporate interests and rival politicians.

She confesses that she thought that political conflicts would be more like dealing with Ron – people having strong opinions and hashing them out until they reach a compromise. She also says that Ron’s principles drive her completely nuts, but also that they are one of the reasons she loves and respects him so much.

As much as I love Parks & Recreation, that's how much Ann (Rashida Jones) loves her on-again/off-again boyfriend Tom's new apartment.

But one citizen has remained off the radar: Mark Brendanawicz. That's understandable: After all, ex-city planner Mark hasn't been glimpsed around Pawnee since the end of Season 2 when his off-screen counterpart, Paul Schneider, parted ways with the series, making room for new additions Adam Scott and Rob Lowe to join the cast on a permanent basis." data-reactid="22"has been the opportunity to glimpse, however briefly, into the near future of some of the beloved Pawnee residents who aren't in Leslie Knope's immediate circle.

But one citizen has remained off the radar: Mark Brendanawicz. That's understandable: After all, ex-city planner Mark hasn't been glimpsed around Pawnee since the end of Season 2 when his off-screen counterpart, Paul Schneider, parted ways with the series, making room for new additions Adam Scott and Rob Lowe to join the cast on a permanent always made a point of revisiting supporting characters and storylines from both the recent — and distant — past.

This season alone, the writers have called back perfumist Dennis Feinstein (last seen in Season 4), Ben's love of calzones, and even the former Sullivan Street Pit (now the Pawnee Commons) where Leslie's career began.

Leslie and staff watch in awe as City Councilman Bill Dexhart gives a public apology to his wife for engaging in sexual activity with a woman, a man and a stranger.

Seems a tad churlish to complain when Parks brought us such highs as Patton Oswalt's extended Star Wars story pitch, Leslie meeting dreamboat Joe Biden, a four-way bachelor party and Jerry's pseudo-retirement.

Season 5, Episode 21: Swing Vote – Posted by Sage Ron and Leslie, you guys.

Considering his prominence early on in the show's run — he was Leslie's unrequited love interest in Season 1, and then dated Ann for a big chunk of Season 2 — it does feel like a small, but notable part of Pawnee history has been airbrushed out of the town charter.

He's like the Pete Best of the has always made a point of revisiting supporting characters and storylines from both the recent — and distant — past.

Tom claims he could run for office, he's squeaky clean!