Hilary Duff guests on NBC’s Community

By , September 29, 2010
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Hilary Duff is set to guest star on an upcoming episode of the NBC comedy series “Community” (Thursday’s at 8:00p.m. ET/PT).
Duff will play a “mean girl” who’s part of a clique that goes head-to-head with Greendale’s loveable gang. Duff has appeared in a slew of teen movies over the years.

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Corddry and Carey on Community!

By , September 27, 2010

This week’s Jeff Winger-centric episode of Community welcomes in Drew Carey and Rob Corddry as two of Jeff’s former law associates. These two funny men are gaining some high praise from the set; just listen to what the cast has to say in these interviews!

All I Need
Jeff runs into an old colleague on campus.

Sea of Wingers
The gang surprises Jeff at a party thrown by his old law firm.

Make Alan Partner
The student has become the master.

Looking Terrific
Jeff talks about guest stars Rob Corddry and Drew Carey.

It’s My Birthday
Yvette is thrilled to have Rob Corddry and Drew Carey on set for her birthday.

Danny and Alison
Danny and Alison chat about guest star Drew Carey.

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Community Premiere Highlights

By , September 24, 2010

Season 2 is back!
If you missed the first episode or want to watch again checkout here.

Community also debuted a first-ever Twittersode before the premiere last night, featuring the handles of many notable characters on the show. You can check the full transcript here.

No Need for Secrecy

Jeff and Britta’s game of love reaches a high point.

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Interview: Community’s Gillian Jacobs

By , September 24, 2010
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Cinemablend has an Interview with Community’s Gillian Jacobs, here are some of the highlights:

Where do we pick up with your character in season two?

Well, you know, we pick up where we ended at the end of season one where [Britta’s] thrown her hat into the ring with what she thinks is only a love triangle, she doesn’t know it’s a quadrangle. I think that Britta’s ego got the best of her in that whole scenario with the “Tranny Dance” and maybe she’s having some regrets about how she behaved, because that often happens, and maybe feeling a little morning-after regret and remorse at how everything went down. But she’s a prideful person so I think that sometimes prevents her from admitting fault when it would probably be helpful for her to just say, “I messed up.” She’s created a mess. She’s created a big ol’ mess.

Are we going to see any surprises come out about Britta that we didn’t see in season one?

Every week’s a surprise to me. I didn’t know I said “Bag-el,” I didn’t know I had a cat, I didn’t know I had a one-eyed cat. I’m trying to think. I think that’s the really great thing about this show is that we’re so enriching the back-story of these people, so hopefully/maybe this year we’re going to delve a little bit more into their lives outside of Greendale. I don’t know, maybe we’ll learn more about her family, her life, or how she pays for community college – I have a lot of questions that are unanswered thus far. [laughs] I’ve been so thrilled, you know, with the character development that I had over the course of season one with flushing her out as a person with flaws and insecurities and hang-ups. So I can only imagine she has a lot more issues that I have yet to discover.

So with the second season and stiffer competition in your timeslot, do you think it will be those character moments or more for the movie parodies, like the Apollo 13 episode?

You have different fans who respond to different things. I can’t really speak for viewership as a whole, because I think that there are some people that really get attached to the characters and the love triangles, and that’s the thing that they’re really engaged in, and there are other people who are just in love with the pop culture references. So I can’t say what would make people tune in to our show specifically, but the thing that we have going for us is that you can never predict what we’re going to do next, because we’ve created a world where anything can happen. There’s not that sense of, “Oh, it’s the same setup-setup-joke.” I think that keeps people coming back, that’s what makes people tell all their friends to watch our show and have Community viewing parties. You know, say, “I won’t be your friend anymore if you don’t watch this show,” so I think that’s our strong suit. You can’t really predict what we’re going to do.

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Community Season 2 Sneak Peek

By , September 23, 2010
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With Season 2 kicking off at 8/7c tonight, we have a sneak peek at the season! Tune in for the no-doubt hilarious premiere with Betty White! I

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What’s coming up for Jeff & Annie?

By , September 22, 2010

I just started catching up on NBC’s ‘Community‘ and I really love this show! What’s the next step for Jeff and Annie? – aurore59
Poor Annie will get “the talk” when Season 2 arrives this Thursday at 8/7c. And things will be fine… until a few scenes later, when they will be very not fine. You have never seen the fan hit so hard by so much.

Source: Fancast

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Community Cast in Claymation for Christmas

By , September 20, 2010

Almost everyone in America with a TV after 1964 has seen at least a snippet of the Rankin/Bass classic TV special that introduced the world to Community Cast in Claymation for Christmas , the elf-who-wants-to-be-a-dentist-instead-of-making-toys, and how he came to meet Rudolph, the soon-to-be famous headlight for Santa’s sleigh. Dan Harmon, the creator of Community, is a fan of the special, and thought it would be a lot of fun to animate an episode of his show in that style. He never though, however, that the folks at NBC would go for it. Fortunately for him (and us!), Jeff Gaspin at NBC woke up one morning and thought to himself, “Community should do an animated episode.” The two met, and agreed to do just that. Harmon and writer Dino Stamatopoulos (who also plays Starburns on the show) set immediately to write the script, which has the whole cast buzzing about the episode. Danny Pudi, who plays Abed, said, “It is so hard for me not to tell everybody I know about it. The minute we read that script, I was over-the-moon excited.

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Spy Kids 4 Recruits Community‘s Joel McHale

By , September 10, 2010
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Joel McHale, star of NBC’s very funny sitcom Community and the television recap show The Soup, is in final negotiations to join the cast of Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World.

Source: Inside Pulse

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