Leslie and Ben run into Leslie's ex while soliciting an endorsement from the Chief of Police; Andy leads the search for a campaign theme song.
After realizing everyone forgot Jerry's birthday, Leslie decides to throw him a party; Tom is shocked to learn Ann doesn't share his taste in music.
Leslie's opponent, Bobby Newport, hires a powerful campaign manager (Kathryn Hahn); Ron is forced to interview replacements for Leslie; an unlikely employee discovers a solution to a challenging problem.
An Indianapolis talk show host asks to interview Leslie; April and Ron help ready Andy for his final exam.
Leslie takes action when she learns the Parks Department budget is about to be cut; Chris takes Ron to a meditation center.
Alan gets jealous when Lyndsey gets a new boyfriend named Dylan. Dylan is younger and richer than Alan, and he worries that he won't be able to get Lyndsey back. Meanwhile, Zoey tells Walden she wants him to shave and cut his hair.
The Duchess of Dull-in-Sack
Walden complains that his sex life has become boring, so he and Zoey take some of Berta's "special" brownies. Zoey gets paranoid and goes missing.
Sips, Sonnets and Sodomy
Lyndsey and Zoey don't get along, so Walden and Alan must keep the peace in the house. Tensions mount when a storm prevents the women from leaving the house.
Not In My Mouth!
Walden says "I love you" to Zoey, but she doesn't reciprocate. Meanwhile, Alan thinks Lyndsey has a drinking problem, as she keeps repeatedly vomiting. Jake flirts with a girl that Walden left behind.
The War Against Gingivitis
Walden meets one of his old business partners, and they start working on a new product. Meanwhile, Alan conducts a drug deal for Berta.