Leslie Knope: You know, it's just so frustrating. I mean, I love her, but, you know, you spend so much time and effort on someone's life and she's just gonna quit on me? It's like, what's the point, you know?
Madeleine Albright: Wow, Leslie. I haven't seen you this upset since you almost forgot Ann's half-birthday.
Leslie Knope: Yeah.
Madeleine Albright: Tell me. How many times have we had lunch?
Leslie Knope: Five. Well, eight, if you count all those times I showed up unannounced at your office with mini-muffins.
Madeleine Albright: And why have we had lunch so many times?
Leslie Knope: Well, because, when I knew I would be coming to Washington to work, I wore you down until you agreed to become my friend.
Madeleine Albright: I'm so glad that you did. And you are wonderful friend, but, sometimes you're so focused and driven that you forget about people's feelings.
Leslie Knope: Ah, pfft! Name one time I've done that.
Madeleine Albright: Well, you were so wrapped up in your story that you actually ate my waffle. Sometimes, all you can do is give people a little bit of advice and a push, but you have to realize April has to be able to make up her own mind.
Leslie Knope: Ah, you're right... once again, Madeleine Albright.
Madeleine Albright: Can I have my pin back now?
Leslie Knope: Oh! Oh, yeah, sorry. Thank you for letting me wear it. Just makes me feel very powerful.
Madeleine Albright: Me too.