More drunken intergalactic adventures this July.
People sure forget their grudges quickly on this show!
Ok, maybe you will, but you’re going to have to wait for one episode per week to be released.
There’s a lot of punctuation going on in the last world of that headline.
Still bitter about ‘Max Headroom’ though.
To know something is half of the battle. Britta’d it.
What’s a word that means “incredibly meta?”
And all it took was several firings and a trip beyond the Darkest Timeline.
Eh, it really could have gone either way.
Because the cast wanted him back. Because the cast no longer includes Chevy Chase.
They have a funny way of showing it.
Maybe Chevy Chase could ask him for a job.
But will his work be fawned over by the Internet? Answer: YES.
This is either going to be brilliant, or brilliant but cancelled.
He told a ‘Community’ director to “f*** off.” I hardly ever get to talk that way to my boss.
They’ll stick to the plan if they want their six seasons and a movie.
It’s official: ‘Community’ will now make no one happy.
It’s the most legal way for us to watch a small Asian man tazer his balls.
In honor of tonight’s episode of Community, which could be the last episode of Community.
“Frankly it didn’t bother me,” Chase added. “I have a lot of Emmys.”
It’s a Greek prefix that means beyond or above…so it really means nothing.
“I think the combination of grounded intensity with our insanity will create a show that people can appreciate.”
The cast offers up some juicy spoilers on the D&D episode and Shirley’s ex-husband.
Dani Pudi plays the character on “Community” who provides most of the show’s self-referential meta humor. So it makes sense that Abed is responsible for a stop-motion animated episode in the tradition of the Rankin Bass specials.
Donald Glover did not succeed in his campaign to become the first black Spider-Man. Andrew Garfield will keep Spidey Caucasian, but Glover’s still getting some digs in. He opened the new season of “Community” dressed in Spider-Man pajamas. It was more for the Black Spidey movement than for Glover himself.
“It’s weird, I feel like a lot of people were connected to that more so than I was which was interesting,” Glover said in a conference call today. “It felt like the war veteran who had his leg shot off and then he got a new leg and walks up to the podium and people are teary eyed. And people are like, ‘He did it anyway.’ I’m like, it’s not that big a deal. This happened during the summer, let’s make a nod to it. It was fun to do it. Was the costume cool? It was pajamas. Pajamas that were tailored to me.”
More after the jump…
"Community" creator Dan Harmon's Christmas wish just came true. No, not a third season, stupid. He gets to live his dream of creating an entirely animated episode of his sitcom. This season's Christmas episode of "Community" will be created in the pain-staking stop motion style of the Rankin/Bass animated specials we all grew up on. Harmon recounts how this opportunity presented itself.
“It’s something that I’ve always wanted to do but, I never anticipated having the ability to do it,” he admits. But “Jeff Gaspin at NBC woke up one morning and thought "Community" should do an animated episode. I was like, ‘Well, that’s weird, because that’s the kind of stuff I’m usually suggesting and guys like him veto.’”
Sounds awesome. Early buzz already has this (and the Halloween episode) topping last season's Paintball Episode. Sure, it will strain a few animators' eyes and backs, but I feel like it's worth it. Dibs on the Gillian Jacobs doll! (EW)