It was Valentine's Day on "Parks & Recreation" (Wed., 8:30 p.m. EST on NBC), but when Leslie did her annual Gal-lentine's Day celebration the day before, she awkwardly realized that her beautiful, perfect friend Ann was the only gal in the gang who was still single. So she made it her mission to help Ann find someone at the Valentine's Day dance the next night.
While she had Ben working on an insane scavenger hunt to find their romantic meeting place last night -- during which it was revealed that Ron Swanson LOVES scavenger hunts! -- she and the rest of the gang discovered how difficult it was to help Ann break her singles streak. But why was no one trying to help the heartbroken Chris, dumped last week? It got so bad, he was DJing the dance with maudlin music, and actually looking longingly at Jerry (he shares 50% of his daughter's DNA).
The shocker of the night, though, came when Chris suddenly started playing happy music, and then Ann darted secretly off for a private date of her own. Who had she hooked up with, and how did Leslie not have everything to do with it? It turns out, April played matchmaker with the most unlikely of targets.
Chris' happy music proved to be a red herring, as it became clear that April had set-up Ann with Tom. It was just drinks for now, but Ann had to admit that Tom makes her smile and laugh. But he's also one of the most obnoxious and annoying people in the world. He proceeded to screw up the date within the first minute. But will this be the end?
Find out as "Parks & Recreation" continues Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. EST on NBC.
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