The Reasonablists are having an end-of-life party, but haven’t paid for the park reservation fee. The leader offers to pay with a check since he believes they won’t be around the next day to make it worth anything. Ann happily accepts because the group has been wrong for decades before.
Ron tries to slaughter a pig in the park for a BBQ. He is not allowed to because it is against the law and violates health codes.
Ben’s been offered a job with an accounting firm, but he isn’t as excited about the commute or the carpeting. He’s decided to take a month to think it over.
Leslie needs to break up with Ben, but she needs to order a bottle of wine. She choses the cheapest because she can’t tell the difference.
Anne puts glitter in Tom’s moisturizer to get him back for putting glitter in the laundry detergent.
Leslie explains that she is coming to Washington, D.C. to ask for federal funding the clean up the Pawnee River, which is a bit of a “fixer-upper”
The townhall meeting includes complaints about various externalities associated with parks including frisbees and dog feces. The Baraguá delegation describes the command and control approach used by his country when citizens impose externalities on others.