With the fate of her entire department hinging on the success of the Harvest Festival, Leslie deals with last-minute problems with a Wamapoke tribal leader, who threatens to put a curse on the event. Meanwhile, April is upset with Andy, while Ann gets romantic advice from an unlikely source.
Did You Know?
The book that Ron is reading at the Harvest Festival is 'The Nutmeg of Consolation' by Patrick O'Brian, the 14th book of the Aubrey-Maturin series, the same series from which the Peter Weir film ' Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World' (starring Russell Crowe) was drawn. See more
When Leslie says "Hello, honored guest," she pronounces hello as "wa-la-ho," and when Ken replies he pronounces hello as "wa-ha-lo." See more
I'm sorry, Leslie, but this is a big one. I'm under a lot of pressure. I'm going to need to formally ask you to move the carnival. I'm sorry.
What's going on?
The carnival is on the site of the Battle of Indian Hill, which was an epic seven-day battle that the Wamapoke lost... due to the fact that they didn't have any weapons.
During the battle, 93-year-old Chief Wakote was shot 102 times by the cavalry.
Did he die?
Written by Tom Petty
Performed by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers See more