With an election victory within reach for Leslie and her team, the death of her opponent's father lead to all kinds of awkward moments on "Parks & Recreation" (Thu., 9:30 p.m. ET on NBC). Her attempt to go and speak to Bobby Newport in person became a scene where her campaign bus -- emblazoned with her image -- appeared to be crashing a solemn occasion for political gain.
Everything was just going so terribly, terribly wrong for the campaign, which was a bit disappointing for IGN after coming off such a high in last week's debate. But Leslie was able to share a sincere moment with Bobby, who does genuinely like her and barely comprehends what's happening with the campaign.
In fact, to the press Leslie got a pretty solid endorsement. "If you don't vote for me tomorrow," Bobby told them with Leslie standing beside him. "Vote for her!" It seems like Leslie may actually win this one, though IGN says there are two endings planned, depending on a renewal.
Who do you think will win the election? Find out on the season finale of "Parks & Recreation" next Thursday at 9:30 p.m. ET on NBC.
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