High above the massive, multi-level pit, Ann points out the fence her BF jumped on the way home, and where he fell in. Leslie visualizes every single type of sports arena in existence, plus an amphitheatre, in her planned park until Ann points out it's not that big a pit. Leslie starts to make her way down a treacherous-looking slope to the bottom, and totally wipes out. As far as pratfalls go, it looks painful, but not particularly funny. As Nurse Ann makes her way to the bottom to help, Tom tells Leslie to be still so April can get some photos for the Website. At the bottom, Ann asks Leslie to squeeze her fingers, and Leslie is glad she had the helmet on, even though it fell off. Luckily, it was still on when she hit a nasty-looking piece of rebar.
Back at Ann's house, Leslie sits on the couch next to the BF, who thinks it's "awesome" that she fell in, too. Leslie thinks her boss will pay attention, now that she's broken her clavicle, but Ann tells her she's actually fine, and Leslie mimics her a little bit. Looks like the bloom has come off the rose. Ann heads for the kitchen, and the BF asks if she can "make him pancakes real quick," as if that is even a sentence. "Are pancakes being made?" asks Leslie, suddenly very interested. Later, she and Ann hug good-bye at the door, and Ann says she's a little doofy, but nice.
In Ron's office, Leslie pleads her case to form a committee with a travel pillow around her neck, taped closed with a little duct tape. She says you see things differently "in the pit," and shows him pictures of the eyesore, including one of her motionless body at the bottom of it. Ron THs that he never wanted his Parks department to build any parks, because he doesn't believe in government, saying it's a waste of taxpayer money. So he's who Mark was warning Leslie about! He also says he wants to see the Parks department privatized, and run like Chuck E. Cheese. He loves their business model, and would work there in a heartbeat. He tells Leslie he'll think about it, but then throws her pictures away after she leaves.
Back from commercials, Leslie is harassing Ron constantly, pretending the staff is asking her about the park, that there's a phone call about the park, that her clavicle still hurts, reverse psychology, Post-Its... everything. Ron says she's like a little yappy dog. As Tom and April discuss which of their falling Leslie photos is the best, Mark walks by, and they show him the best ones, including an up-skirt shot. Mark is concerned whether she's all right, and confiscates the upskirt. (April says she'll print more.) At his desk, he gets an e-mail forward of yet another Leslie picture, and THs that Leslie is unique. While he lost his enthusiaasm for government after two months, Leslie has held onto hers for six years. He breaks one of his rules of survival and goes to Ron, asking him to give Leslie the park. He's cashing in a favor that Ron apparently owes him, and Ron is surprised he'd use it for this. It must be a humdinger.