The pollution from the local factory creates a beautiful sunset, but it also gives people asthma.
The citizens of Pawnee want to know what services the government will provide if they are shut down. Ron relishes in the fact that the services aren’t provided
Leslie and Ron propose a list of budget cuts that they believe will help keep the Parks Department operation, but Chris breaks the news that the city’s budget is worse than imagined and the government will need to shut down
Ron is happy that state auditors are coming to slash the Pawnee budget because he feels government spending has gotten out of hand.
Leslie needs programming for a local telethon and decides to flip a quarter on air. Leslie takes the distribution of the flips as being exciting since it’s unclear “who will win.”
Ron and Leslie ponder why people would eat anything other than breakfast.
A soccer field is double-booked and Leslie has to work out a solution for who gets the field.