Danny Pudi does Batman for hilarious 'Community' Halloween [source: Chicago Now]

By , October 29, 2009

In the comedy’s Halloween episode Thursday, Pudi’s socially awkward Abed tones down his frenetic persona to be the Dark Knight at the Day of the Dead party his classmate, Annie (Alison Brie), is throwing for their Spanish class.

“It was such a treat to play Batman,” Chicago native Pudi told Chicago Now via e-mail Wednesday. “But it wasn’t the first time. There was one Halloween … around 1990 when I played the Dark Knight. That Batman was a little more innocent and the costume wasn’t as good. I believe it was from Walgreens and made of plastic.”

Tonight’s episode, directed by “The Fast and the Furious” helmer Justin Lin, is mostly a showcase for his more famous co-star, that guy named Chevy Chase, whose non-traditional student Pierce, with the aid of illegal drugs and a Beastmaster costume, comes to terms with being old. It’s a marvelous episode filled with sharp social commentary and great physical comedy from Chase.
“I spent much of the week laughing at the insanity,” Pudi wrote. “Chevy Chase plays Beastmaster complete with a fake bird on his arm. I’m just happy I was there to witness that.”

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One Response to “Danny Pudi does Batman for hilarious 'Community' Halloween [source: Chicago Now]”

  1. The more I read it, the more it impresses me. I don’t know how I ever worked without hilarious and funny things in our life, Life would be so much easier especially when there’s a jokes here and there. Being funny is nice because a lot of serious people are lacking with this kind of behavior that is why they are much look older. I would like to thank you for your outstanding blog post. Keep it up! Awesome!

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