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Justin helps Leslie resolve the issue, and the two seem to get along very well together.Having recently broken up with her boyfriend, Leslie asks Ann to set her up on a date, but is surprised when Ann hesitates to set her up with Justin.However, Gonzalez said the Poehler and Arnett scenes were "the best worst first date I’d seen on TV in a while". Club complimented "The Set Up" and said the characters played off each other well, but added the episode "felt a little too plot driven to ascend to A-material heights".Gonzalez also said she continued to be bored by the subplots involving Ann and Mark. Heisler particularly praised the performances of Chris Pratt and Will Arnett, who he said displayed a subtler sense of humor than in his role on the television series Arrested Development.After the first season struggled to characterize her, she went on to become one of the small screen’s greatest feminist icons. Chris was also the name of the MRI technician who went on a date with Leslie and ended up giving her an MRI scan after dinner – and charged her for it.He was played by Will Arnett, who was Amy Poehler’s husband in real life at the time.He eventually confronts Ann and accuses her of trying to "save" Justin for a possible relationship in the future, and after Ann lamely half-denies this is true, Mark leaves their date night and annoyedly spoils the ending of the movie they'd planned to watch (Marley & Me).
When she slams the door on Tom while he tries to talk to them, Ron immediately hires her. In its original American broadcast on January 14, 2010, "The Set Up" was seen by 4.59 million households, according to Nielsen Media Research.In addition to Arnett's performance, "The Set Up" featured the first of several guest appearances by Justin Theroux, who portrayed a love interest for Leslie, and Ben Schwartz, who played Tom's fast-talking friend Jean-Ralphio.According to Nielsen Media Research, "The Set Up" was seen by 4.59 million households, which was considered consistent with other second season episodes. When Leslie (Amy Poehler) learns Pawnee is being sued by the previous owners of the lot where she is seeking to build a park, Ann (Rashida Jones) refers her to her lawyer friend Justin Anderson (Justin Theroux), who she calls "the greatest guy ever".Their date scenes marked the second on-screen pairing between a Parks and Recreation actor and their real-life spouse; Megan Mullally, the wife of actor Nick Offerman, guest starred as Ron Swanson's ex-wife Tammy in the episode, "Ron and Tammy". The viewership was considered consistent with other second season episodes.At the start of the episode, Leslie had a large framed photo of Dave Sanderson, the Pawnee police officer she had recently broken up with in the episode "Christmas Scandal". "The Set Up" drew a 2.1 rating/6 share among viewers aged between 18 and 49. Entertainment Weekly writer Sandra Gonzalez favorably compared the on-screen pairing of Poehler and Arnett to the comedic chemistry between Jennifer Aniston and her then-husband Brad Pitt when he guest-starred on the sitcom Friends.