When the folksy-yet-progressive VP Joe Biden plans a trip to Greendale, a photo-op is set-up with Biden, Dean Pelton, and the Greendale Student Body President.
Could it be that Pierce Hawthorne has become the most malevolent TV villain since LOST’s Benjamin Linus? Read no further if you haven't seen tonight's episode of Community yet!
I couldn’t help but feel this episode lacked some of the show’s more unique qualities that set it apart from other sit-coms.
‘Twas the night before Friday, and on NBC... Was a fantastic show called Community. This episode should cause quite the commotion. It wasn’t live-action, but rather: stop-motion!
This episode was dreary, but also quite thoughtful and heartfelt. And it conveyed a message that may not be appreciated but will definitely resonate with the show’s (assumed) young demographic
In Abed-heavy episodes, one-liners often burst forth with machine-gun cadence, leaving my poor fingers weary as I struggle to type out my favorites. This was one such episode.
When I heard Community would be doing a zombie episode, I nearly wet myself with glee. I attempted to temper my expectations, but I knew this would undoubtedly be an all-time great
With a new cabal of sycophants in tow, Abed’s descent into megalomania is rapid, eventually leading to his delusion that he is both a messiah and the world’s greatest filmmaker.
It was a turbulent time for Greendale Community College. A time of unsure leadership. Of waning enrollment. Of butthole flags. But in this week’s episode of Community
After two back-to-back Jeff-heavy episodes to start Season 2, we finally got to see plots revolving around our other favorite students of Greendale Community College.
We’ve learned a lot about Jeff Winger over the last season and change of Community. We’ve learned his motivations, his desires, his vulnerabilities, and more.
We’ve been waiting for it all season. Devon has been scheming since Week 1 of The Gates, and in the two-hour season finale, we finally get to see what she’s been up to.
While some may miss the cluttered hodge-podge that comprises The Gates ginormous ensemble cast, I certainly appreciated the added focus and attention the main plot line received in this episode.