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The Best Parks and Recreation Quotes of All Time  

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Who knew that a Parks and Recreation department in Pawnee, Indiana could be so funny? The best quotes from Parks and Recreation will go down in TV history! Parks and Rec premiered on NBC in 2009 and was created by The Office collaborators, Greg Daniels and Michael Schur. It features a hilarious cast, including Amy Poehler, Nick Offerman, and Aziz Ansari. From Leslie Knope to Ron Swanson to Tom Haverford, the characters on Parks and Recreation have each delivered lines that make viewers laugh out loud. This list features some of Parks and Recreation's most memorable quotes and one-liners, whether you're looking for some Ron Swanson wisdom or maybe just a funny line to add to your Tinder bio.

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Allergic to Sushi
Allergic to Sushi is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Best Parks and Recreation Quotes of All Time
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Andy Dwyer: "I'm allergic to sushi. Every time I eat more than 80 sushis, I barf."
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2 176 VOTES
Food and Stuff
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Ron Swanson: "I love Food and Stuff. It's where I buy all of my food. And most of my stuff."
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Now That's a Good Brownie
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Leslie Knope: "I would like to be president someday, so no, I've not smoked marijuana. I ate a brownie once at a party in college. It was intense. It was kind of indescribable, actually. I felt like I was floating. Turns out there wasn't any pot in the brownie. It was just an insanely good brownie."
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House Rules
House Rules is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Best Parks and Recreation Quotes of All Time
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April Ludgate: "We have a couple of house rules, though. You can't use the front door; you have to climb in through the back window. No personal phone conversations. If you ever speak to me in Spanish, please use the formal "usted." And no electricity after 6:00 PM. A couple more rules: if you ever watch a sad movie, you have to wear mascara so we can see whether or not you've been crying. There's no noise allowed on Mondays. And no TV after breakfast."
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