TV: Parks and Recreation 4.17 “Campaign Shake-Up” Best Lines

Posted: March 1, 2012 in Best Lines, Television
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Parks and Recreation 4.17 “Campaign Shake-Up” (***) — Ben and Leslie are surprised when her opponent hires a new campaign manager.

“He’s like a brilliant, sexy little hummingbird.” — Leslie

“Not enough ramps is the number three complaint among Pawnee seniors. Right behind “Everything hurts” and “I’m dying.” — Leslie

“Upside down sit-ups. Great exercise and it literally makes me see the world from a different perspective.” — Chris

“I work hard to make sure my department is as small and ineffective as possible.” — Ron

“It reminds me of when my dad made me choose which of my pet calves to slaughter with my own hands for my 6th birthday. I couldn’t choose, so I slaughtered both of them. And they were delicious.” — Ron

“As a candidate, I appreciate your strategic mind. But as a woman, all I care is your slight, but powerful body.” — Leslie

“Do you know Joe Biden. Because he’s on my celebrity sex list. He is my celebrity sex list.” — Leslie

“You’re a man genius, with a taut, narrow frame like a sexy elf king.” — Leslie

“Do I look like I drink water?” — Donna

“Everything I’m wearing is suede! Everything I’m wearing is suede!¬†Everything I’m wearing is suede!” — Tom

“Normally, I’d be very proud of you. This is a rare example where wasting a full day of work is a bad thing.” — Ron

“If your team keeps this up, we can hold up on filling the Leslie void.” — Chris
“I think Ben is already filling the Leslie void.” — Donna

“Should I go?” — Ann
“Oh, you’re still here? Yes.” — Ron

“There she goes again, Perd.” — Jennifer
“I didn’t know where she went the first time.” — Perd

“I am not here to declare a winner. But Jennifer is the winner. Now, it’s time to move on to our next segment, which is a commercial.” — Perd

“I’m going to get drunk and then I’m going to order a three-course meal, where each course is made of dessert.” — Leslie

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