'Parks and Recreation' spoilers: 'Galentine's Day' finds Leslie on the hunt for a new Ann

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amy-poehler-galentines-day-parks-and-recreation-spoilers-nbc.jpgFans who attended the "Parks and Recreation" session at the 2014 Paley Festival on Tuesday night (March 18) were given a special treat: A screening of Thursday's episode, "Galentine's Day."

As the title makes pretty clear, the episode sees the return of one of Leslie Knope's (Amy Poehler) most beloved traditions -- although it's hastily brought about a month late in the hopes of finding a replacement for the now-absent Ann Perkins (Rashida Jones).

Expect to see April (Aubrey Plaza) and Donna (Retta) on Leslie's list of possible candidates, as well as a few surprising names who prove that the pickings are slim in Pawnee. And, of course, expect Leslie to handle her vetting process all wrong.

Here are a few more things you can look forward to in Thursday's episode:

- Ben (Adam Scott) newfound friendship with Jerry (Jim O'Heir) makes it hard for him to let the office's usual nastiness towards his buddy slide. It all builds to a rather desperate moment that includes one hilarious "Dead Poet's Society" reference.

- "The results are in: I'm more Goofus than Gallant." That Andy (Chris Pratt) reaches this conclusion comes as no surprise. How he comes to it, however, is hilarious.

- A familiar face returns and the surprise is too good to even slightly spoil here. Just prepare to smile -- a lot.

- History is made when Ron (Nick Offerman) actually volunteers for work. Although why he does -- well, it's classic Ron.

"Parks and Recreation" airs at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT Thursday on NBC.
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