Parks and Recreation - April Quote #334

Quote from April in Flu Season 2

April: I'm getting notes of dried robin's blood, old dirty cashews, and just a hint of a robot's bathwater.


‘Flu Season 2’ Quotes

Quote from Leslie Knope

Andy: [on the phone] Well, I'd have to check but I'm pretty sure we can handle that. I do have... one question. [sneezes repeatedly without covering his face] Hold up.
Leslie Knope: Oh my God! Andy!
Andy: Sorry.
Leslie Knope: Andy! Are you getting sick? It's flu season again! I cannot get sick. Stock up on Kleenex. Don't touch your face. Don't touch anything. People are dropping like flies. We already had to quarantine Larry.
Jerry: Leslie, I don't feel good. Can't I just work from home?
Leslie Knope: The tent is your home now, Larry. We already forwarded your mail.

Quote from Ron Swanson

Dana: Some of our blueberry wine?
Ron Swanson: We make it right here at the vineyard. I don't drink alcohol from that portion of the color spectrum.
Ben: [drinks] Hey! Whew! Whoa. That's strong. Holy hell. That's a lot of alcohol.
Ron Swanson: We will take four bottles, please and thank you.

Quote from Leslie Knope

Andy: Well, I guess while you get your medicine, I'll just stroll through the candy aisles but won't get any.
Leslie Knope: You can buy two candies.
Andy: Two!
Kitty: Can I help you?
Leslie Knope: I have the flu. Super nauseated for a few days, a lot of barfing. It's a total disaster. Plus I have a ton of work to do, so I need the good stuff, the "Mariah needs to sing tonight" stuff.

April Quotes

Quote from 94 Meetings

Man: Excuse me. I had a meeting with Ron Swanson yesterday, but I had a little car trouble.
April: Sorry, he's busy right now.
Man: Oh. Uh, well. Well, can I reschedule?
April: Sure. Hmm. How about June 50th?
Man: Sorry?
April: Do you think you could come back today at 2:65? He's available then.
Man: What is going on?
April: Looks like the only other day he has open is March-tember one-teenth. Does that work, sir? [phone rings; April hangs up]

Quote from Ron and Jammy

Ben: Hey, April. How's it going?
April: Fine. Except hearing Joan talk about her passion and doing what you really love, like, totally freaked me out. Eight years ago, I accepted a random internship at the Parks Department, and then Leslie told me to do a bunch of stuff, and now I'm executive director of regional whatever... I don't even know what it means, and I never even asked myself if I even really like it. I mean, it's like what is my purpose in life? What do I even care about? My insides are dying.
Ben: So, not fine.
April: I don't know what to do. I have to quit.
Ben: To do what?
April: I'm just gonna go live under a bridge and ask people riddles before they cross.

Quote from Second Chunce

Tom: Let's see which one of these lucky visionaries is gonna make me rich. Greg Phillips!
Greg Phillips: Hi, guys, thanks for meeting with me.
April: Enough chitchat. What's your pitch, kid? Come on, time is money, money is power, power is pizza, pizza is knowledge. Let's go.