94 Meetings is the first episode of the series to feature the title of the episode at the beginning of the show.
Dan: Excuse me. I had a meeting with Ron Swanson yesterday, but I had a little car trouble.
April: Sorry, he's busy right now
Dan: Oh. Uh, well, well, can I reschedule?
April: Sure. Hmm. How about June 50th?
April: Do you think you could come back today at 2:65? He's available then
Dan: What is going on?
April: Looks like the only other day he has open is March-tember one-teenth. Does that work, sir?
Ron: Bye, Zuzu
April: Bye Duke Silver. My mom has all your albums. I recognized you the day we met.
Ron: Have you told anyone?
Ron: Good girl.
Leslie: Every time a couple gets married, two single people die. I'm about to lose two good friends.
Ron: April was supposed to be the moat that kept the citizen barbarians form Swanson castle. Instead, she blew up the castle and stabbed me in the face.
Leslie: Councilman Howser. I saw your penis.
Tom: That floppy old bag of money is gonna be dead in, like, a month. And who's going to comfort Jessica and her millions of dollars? Yeah, Jessica's a gold digger, but I'm a gold digger digger.
Andy: April is the best. But she's 20. When April was born, I was already in 3rd grade. Which means if we were friends back then, I'd have been hanging out with a baby. I don't know anything about infant care. My god, I could have killed her.
Leslie: I'm sorry, Ron. As much as I would like to go for the all-time City Hall single day meeting record, there is an emergency. Someone is trying to alter a gazebo.
Leslie: In 1897, the progressive Reverend Turnbill officiated a wedding between a white woman and a Wamapoke Indian Chief. The secret ceremony was beautiful and romantic. But then word got out and the reception was a bloodbath. Fortunately, there were two survivors. Unfortunately, they were both horses.
Leslie: I am NOT a stick-in-the-mud! I just want to stop a party from happening!
Ron: Why are there six people outside who say they're waiting to meet with me?
April: So, you know how you love me because you haven't had a single meeting with anyone since I became your assistant? That's because every time someone calls and requests a meeting with you, I always schedule it for March 31st.
April: Because I didn't think March 31st existed.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: April 29, 2010 on CityTV
Leslie: May all your future gazebos live long and prosper.
A playful use of the Vulcan greeting of Live long and prosper.
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