A concerned citizen fights Leslie's efforts to remove some outdated Pawnee laws, and April and Ron are forced to take Chris's management training course.
Did You Know?
When Leslie and Garth are living in Pawnee Historical House, they aren't supposed to use or wear anything later than 1817. However, Leslie's hoop skirt was not the fashion for women until the mid-19th century, at least 3 decades later. See more
Today is Ted Party Day, where we commemorate the great Pawnee tea dump of 1817. Historical fun fact: When the founding fathers wrote the charter, their old-timey script made one of the As look like a D. So 'Tea' became 'Ted'. It's just one of those little things that reminds us of Pawnee's rich and vibrant past. Plus, we get to go find a guy named Ted and throw him in the lake.
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