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And only a handful of episodes later, they invite the rest of the cast to a party at their house, before letting slip that it’s actually their secret, spontaneous, foolhardy wedding ceremony.The result is the single most romantic episode of a show that, while it wasn’t ever driven by dating and love lives the way that, say, "How I Met Your Mother" was, could be swooningly sweet in its finest moments: despite Leslie’s fears, and the sheer impulsiveness of the decision ("I cannot emphasize how little we’ve thought about this," Andy says in his speech), it’s clear that the pair are perfect for each other, and their marriage has smartly remained one of the strongest on television ever since.But even before them, it was clear from an episode like "Telethon" that this was going to be a series for the ages.It also features one of Mouserat’s finest hours, with the performance of their anthem "Sex Hair," a song title that Spinal Tap would be proud of.
Here it’s the launch of Tom’s newest venture Snake Juice, a dubiously potent alcoholic beverage that gets the entire gang nutso drunk, and contributes to a fabulously well-observed passive/aggressive, then aggressive/aggressive spat between Leslie and Ann.
It began with an uneven, rushed, truncated first season that saw the writers visibly struggling with how to make Leslie Knope work, and finding it tricky to stand apart from "The Office." Ironically, "The Office" had virtually the same issues, and as in the case of that show, season two saw things massively improve almost from the start, with opener "Pawnee Zoo" becoming an almost markedly different show.