We miss Leslie Knope and the hilarious antics of her team and the rival town of Eagleton. Reminisce about the good ol' days of "Parks and Recreation" and see which town wins out in the end — come on, you know it's Pawnee!
Which town was founded in July 1817?
Pawnee was established in May 1817. By July, wealthy Pawneeans fled, because of the unpleasant smell and untenable soil, and founded Eagleton.
After Ben Wyatt loses his job at Sweetums, he invents a complicated game called what?
The Cones of Dunshire
After being fired from his job as president of the Sweetums Foundation, Ben Wyatt comes up with the strategy fantasy game Cones of Dunshire. In a flash-forward to 2022, we find out that Ben created a sequel to the game called Cones of Dunshire, The Adventure Continues: The Winds of Tremorrah.
Lindsay Carlisle Shay works for the Parks and Recreation Department for which town?
Lindsay Carlisle Shay is the deputy parks director for the Parks and Recreation Department in Eagleton. Leslie Knope turned down a job with Eagleton's Parks and Recreation Department, but Lindsay went behind her back and accepted it.
True or false? Leslie Knope decides not to help Eagleton and instead watches in delight as Pawnee's rival city goes down in flames.
False! This is Leslie Knope we're talking about. Instead of relishing in Eagleton's pain, Leslie announces that Pawnee will absorb Eagleton and some of its debt in order to save the city from ruin. It's the neighborly thing to do, after all.
Tom Haverford is known for his outrageous business ideas. Which of the following was NOT one of his outlandish ideas?
In-be-Tweens, a tuxedo line for 'tweens
Tom Haverford did pitch SnakeJuice (which failed) and mentioned H2HO. But he never talked about In-be-Tweens, tuxedos for 'tweens. We made that up. He did, however, talk about a tuxedo line for babies.