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"Canvassing" is the second episode of the first season of the American comedy television . conceived at the last moment because the production date was near Easter, and series co-creator Michael Schur . that was previously offered to him at an Internet flower company web site, but when he finds the business is doing. Parks and Recreation stars Amy Poehler as city employee Leslie Knope, Canvassing Ron vs. Online Privacy. CLIP 12/01/ Joan Loves Tom and Ben?. Parks and Recreation: A Netflix Original Watch Canvassing. Leslie and her committee go door-to-door to build support for her park project, but things don't.
Hunting Trip Leslie coming along on the hunting trip that Ron wanted to do alone with the guys: I think this will be a really good bonding session for me and Ron.Parks and Recreation - Practice Date (Episode Highlight)
Guys love it when you can show them that you are better than they are at something they love. No, I wanna go to the Glitter Factory Leslie: Well, drop out of school and start doing meth. I would never ever go to a strip club. It makes me question the whole notion of those bromance movies. But he acted like a real jerk today. Woman of the Year Leslie trying to mediate between arguing soccer coaches: Apparently the girls team does not have a field assigned to them for practice, but the boys team does.
No, not on my watch. Every child has a right to play, no matter how boring the sport. Season 3, Episode Soulmates Leslie to Ann, who was creating an online dating profile for Leslie: Sexy, well-read blonde, loves the sweeter things in life. Upstairs there is this mural of wild flowers and I like to sit on a bench in front of it. It can be anywhere in the world.
Hawaii, the Grand Canyon. No, just the bench in front of the mural. What about like an actual meadow with wild flowers on it.
Friends, waffles, and work. Or waffles, friends, work. But work is third. Season 4, Episode 1: You choose, Knope, hunting, fishing, or drinking? Season 4, Episode 3: Wow, you guys are really cute together. Season 4, Episode 7: The Treaty Leslie after Ben calls for the UN assembly at a local high school to formally condemn Denmark represented by Leslie for declaring war on Peru, represented by Ben: And history will be unkind to those who stand opposed to justice.
Together we stand takes off her high-heeled show and bangs on the podiumand I ask all of you, who is ready to join the coalition of the willing? April stands up, representing the moon: The moon shall join your coalition. Ann to Chris, rehashing their relationship: I was so into you, ok, and you basically turned me into a female version of yourself, and then you got bored dating me cause you were dating yourself.
I mean I was joggingI hate jogging. Jogging is the worst, Chris. I mean I know it keeps you healthy, but god, at what cost? Season 4, Episode 8: Many societal institutions were established solely to oppress women. To this day some feminists have even condemned marriage as a glorified form of slavery. April after the class: That class was awesome.
Sorry, god, I cannot stop thinking about lasers. Ben to Ann, after a fight with Leslie about not wanting to work together anymore: Ok is this Health Department business or Leslie busine ss? You need to go talk to her. So she can force me to spend time with her again? Listen, I know she can be strong-willed and difficult, ok. But I really think she is ready to listen.
You ate an entire cheesecake? Also because it was delicious and amazing, like everything she does. Will you please just talk to her for my sake? Leslie to Ben at the smallest park they built together: Well, I got very curious when you only left me one voicemail message instead of your usual twenty. Here have a seat. But only if you want to. I never listened to what you wanted, or how you wanted us to be when things ended between us.
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Well, thank you, I appreciate that. Ok starts walking away. There is another option. We could just say screw it and do this thing for real. I miss you like crazy, think about you all the time, I wanna be with you.
We would have to tell Chris, it could turn into a scandal, it could hurt your campaign. How would you imagine we do this? But I know how I feel and I want to be with you. This is how I feel. How do you feel? Season 4, Episode 9: You know what makes a good person good? When a good person does something bad, they own up to it. They try to learn something from it and they move on.
Season 4, Episode Citizen Knope Leslie after her campaign managers tell her to sit tight, take a beat, and relax, while they figure out how her suspension affects her campaign: Bowling for Votes Leslie after listening to people responding to her campaign ad in a focus group: Some things are very helpful, other things are not so helpful.
All of the things make me feel a lot of feelings about myself. Win, Lose, or Draw Leslie to Ann, as the election poles are closing: What is this, Italy? Season 5, Episode 3: Ann has told me repeatedly not to get a perm. Season 5, Episode 4: Sex Education Ann to Leslie: Really, you wanna go there? No, I have no idea, honestly. You want me to act like myself. When you dated Andy, you dressed in flannels.
When you dated Chris, you dressed in spandex. Ann, please do not lecture me about acting like myself. Leslie remains confident about the meeting and says the group will be doing neighborhood canvassing to try to win support.
The canvassing is largely unsuccessful. Most of the supporters of the park say they will not be able to attend the meeting.
Mark, April and Tom speak with one seemingly interested resident, who is implied to be a pedophile. Leslie becomes frustrated with the lack of success and attempts to push poll the community residents.
She suggests phrasing the question, "Wouldn't you rather have a park than a storage facility for nuclear waste? Several residents express a lack of support for the park. Resident Kate Speevak Lennon Parham vows to attend the public meeting and voice her disapproval after a frustrated Leslie says, "You don't care about your kids if you don't support this park". Leslie tries to get her boss Ron Swanson Nick Offerman to postpone the town hall meeting, but Ron says he cannot because the town manager Paul Iaresco Phil Reeves has "fast-tracked" the project.
As the meeting begins, Leslie notices her mother has attended after all, along with many of the people critical of the project. Led by Kate Speevak, the crowd says they do not support the proposal and are angry an environmental study has not been conducted.
Leslie tries to pretend April is a supportive resident, but one of the audience members recognizes her from the canvassing. When Ron tells Leslie to try to place a positive spin on the meeting and prevent a vote from occurring, Leslie attempts to filibuster the meeting. Kate pushes for a vote, but Leslie says she will not hold one until she has heard from each audience member individually.
They criticize and yell at Leslie until 9 p. Marlene, who privately described the meeting as a "train-wreck", nevertheless expresses her pride for Leslie with a smile. Although frustrated with the meeting itself, Leslie says she is happy to have hosted her first subcommittee meeting. He called me 'park lady'". Production[ edit ] Conception and filming[ edit ] "Canvassing" was written by Rachel Axler and directed by Seth Gordonwhom the cast and crew of Parks and Recreation admired for his documentary, The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters.
Schur said he felt like Leslie "hangs in and ends up like Rocky: This was the inspiration behind the public forum at the end of "Canvassing", which was attended almost entirely by opponents of Leslie's proposed park. Alan Yang, a Parks and Recreation writer, conceived the idea of Leslie using a filibuster at her own public meeting. The scenes with Tom hinting at bribes and corrupt deals with developers was largely improvised by actor Aziz Ansari.
In one talking head-style documentary interview, Leslie insists a park like the one she envisioned for Pawnee could not be built in communist Russiaand she goes on to impersonate Russian children playing in a park. The scene was completely improvised by Poehler during multiple takes,  and Michael Schur called it "my favorite talking head that Amy has done".