Tom Quote #564
Ben: Hello, Harvey. We found a glaring number of code violations you've committed. I could see to it that you never rent another tent in this region again.
Harvey: [chuckles] Gentlemen, I've won two online satellite Jamaican poker tournaments. I can tell that you're bluffing.
Tom: Your Pawnee business license has lapsed, which negates most of the deals you've made this year. I'm guessing you're pretty bad at poker.
Harvey: I am. And I was bluffing about winning those tournaments. Gentlemen, clearly there's been a misunderstanding here. I'm hoping that we can reach some kind of a compromise.
Tom: Yeah, first off, I need to know where you got these zebra-print pillows. Second of all, I got a Tin Cup Blu-Ray itching for a Rene Russo signature.
Quote from Ron Swanson
Ron Swanson: I would like to volunteer to do the park survey myself.
Leslie Knope: Wow, Ron. I always knew there would be a day when I would get through to you and you would love government work. Today is that historic day.
Ron Swanson: Yes. That is what has happened.
[aside to camera:]
Ron Swanson: Spending the day outside alone sounds like a dream. I love being a father, but there are a few things I miss. Silence, the absence of noise, one single moment undisturbed by the sounds of a children's TV program called Doc McStuffins. There is no quiet anymore. There is only Doc McStuffins.
Quote from Leslie Knope
Leslie Knope: [aside to camera] Prospects for new Pawnee best friend. Donna Meagle. Confident, worldly, we go way back. April Ludgate. Vivid imagination, young, and vibrant. Shauna Malwae-Tweep. Pretty, fragile, makes terrible life decisions. A real fixer-upper, but look, it's not like Ann was doing so hot when I met her. Ethel Beavers. Bit of a dark horse. Crotchety, but probably wise. And then we got Evelyn, aka fake Ann. I don't know her last name. Honestly we just needed bodies.