Suffering from Changnesia? The only thing you need to remember is that Community is all new tonight and Chang has returned to Greendale!
Chang, or “Kevin” as he’s now called, is apparently a victim of “Changnesia.”
Malcolm McDowell Guest Stars!
Greendale’s newest teacher talks about how much he loves the laid-back culture of the Community set.
Is anyone else obsessed with Community star Alison Brie’s serious freestyle rapping skills!? Catch her Late Night freestyle session from last night in the clips below.
Alison Brie Throws a Party
Alison talks about a mix-up with her new neighbor and Jimmy asks her about her cover band.
Alison Brie Freestyle Raps
Jimmy asks Alison about the return of “Community” and her freestyle rapping ability, which she shows off.
Dan Harmon at a panel for Community at PaleyFest 2010. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
On the heels of Deadline’s report that Chase is in a feud with “Community” creator Dan Harmon – and the airing of a profanity-laden voicemail Chase left Harmon(warning: very NSFW) after Harmonreportedly called Chase out for storming off the set and then gave him an unfiltered roast at the show’s Season 3 wrap party — Huffington Post has some more insight into Chase’s attitude about the fan-favorite show.
Well it would’ve been easy to write Pierce out of the show at the end of last season when he quit the study group and stormed off …
[Last season], no one had any idea whether I would or wouldn’t come back, but who in God’s name in this country would care?
Glover — current star of “Community” (a part of NBC’s Thursday-night comedy lineup), former “30 Rock” writer, viral video creator, all-around handsome dude — raps under the name of Childish Gambino. And he’s pretty good.
Glover’s rhymes penned as Gambino have an intricate dexterity to them, with knotted schemes and a writer’s knack for making language pliant
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/donald-glover-childish-gambino-community-2011-11#ixzz1chnynqyx
Bonfire from Donald Glover on Vimeo.
Get ready to start krumping. Your Friday is about to get twenty times better. We’ve got the most #StreetsAhead Community clip coming your way!
It’s clear that the Human Beings know how to have a good time, but things can get pretty serious on campus too. In Community’s latest mashup, they explore the more sinister side of the study group. Plus, catch up with Joel McHale, dean (and new series regular) Jim Rash, and incredible guest star John Goodman in the behind-the-scenes interviews below. And you’ve been waiting all summer for your first look at Season 3… and here it is!! The video is more than a sneak peek at the dean faceoff… it’s your first look at new Biology teacher Michael K. Williams (#OmarComin!)
The Darker Side of Community
Watch a thrilling montage of lust, deception and betrayal at GCC!
John Goodman on Community
The veteran actor talks about coming to Community this season.
Joel McHale on Season 3
Community star Joel McHale – AKA Jeff Winger – reveals a few secrets about the upcoming season.
Jim Rash on Season 3
The actor behind Dean Pelton gives a glimpse of how the next semester of Community is shaping up.
Dean vs. Dean
Watch what happens when Dean Pelton takes on a rival dean played by – who else? – John Goodman!
Larry Cedar (Deadwood, Two and a Half Men) will appear on an episode of the NBC sitcom this fall as Pierce’s father, even though the actor is a dozen years younger than Chevy Chase.
Community returns on September 22 with new episodes and new characters played by John Goodman and Michael K. Williams.
Read more: http://www.tvfanatic.com/2011/09/larry-cedar-cast-as-pierces-father-on-community/#ixzz1Xen0DzfC
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John Goodman is coming to Greendale this season and we’ve got your first look! Dean Pelton is rather intimidated by the new Vice Dean of the air conditioning repair school, as you can see in the new Community preview below! Enjoy!
John Goodman’s Heading to Community!
Check out this sneak peek of his Greendale debut!
Cover of Back to the Future
Glover spoke to Cinemablend at Comic-Con and stated that he really wants to do a Back to the Future episode, has an idea for it, but it isn’t well-formed. That resulted in the following exchange between co-star Gillian Jacobs and Glover.
Glover: It’s really hard to do. Time travel is already hard.
Jacobs: We can’t actually break the laws of physics.
Glover: We’ve never had actual magic on the show. Time travel is tricky. It would have to be some sort of, like, mistake. But a mistake big enough that it can sustain a whole episode, but also small enough that it doesn’t fuck up the rest of the world. So it’s hard. I had an idea, but it’s not well-formed.
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McHale admitted to Gold Derby senior editors Rob Licuria and Chris Beachum that earning Emmy recognition for “Community” remains an uphill battle. “With the competition we’re up against on Thursday nights (“The Big Bang Theory” on CBS and “American Idol” on Fox), it’s tough. I hope there’s awareness for it.”
Were he to be nominated, McHale says he is lucky to have a load of episodes from which to choose one for screening by the Emmy judging panels. In addition to “Intro to Political Science” (where he performs “Faith” while running for student government), he is also considering “Intermediate Documentary Filmmaking” (his character both hopes and fears his long-lost father might visit) and “Critical Film Studies” (parodies of “My Dinner with Andre” and “Pulp Fiction” have him opening up about his past).