Posts tagged: Britta

Community Highlights!

By , March 19, 2012

Hope you enjoyed the epic return of COMMUNITY! We have three highlight clips for you below. Enjoy!

24-Hour Weird-Down
Abed proposes that he and Troy purge their weirdness in the Dreamatorium.

Jeff and Britta… Married?
Jeff and Britta drunkenly decide to take the plunge.

Soft Serve Nightmare
Ever run into one of those machines that just won’t quit?

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Community Webisode – Abed’s Master Key Plus a Bonus

By , March 11, 2012

Abed’s Master Key below! And our favorite tour guides are back – Joel McHale and Jim Rash give us a look at what they’ve been up to recently.

Abed’s Master Key: Part 2
The power of the key may be too much for Abed to handle!

Abed’s Master Key: Part 3
Can Britta handle the power of the key? Don’t miss the shocking conclusion!

Joel and Jim: NBC Tour Guides
While Community was on a break, NBC was kind enough to give Joel McHale and Jim Rash some odd jobs around the lot.

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Community Highlights & Extras!

By , October 3, 2011

CRISIS ALERT!

A civil war has broken out and the chicken finger supply has been ravaged, creating a widespread humanitarian disaster in Greendale. The only resolution to the conflict is to re-watch Community here.

Britta vs. Officer Chang
What Chang stop Britta’s UN protest!

End Tags: Pierce’s Bad Nap
Watch Troy sabotage Pierce’s catnap here!

Behind-the-Scenes on “Geography of Global Conflict”
Watch Ken Jeong weigh in on Chang’s new career as a security guard

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Community Finale Highlights and More!

By , May 24, 2010

The highlight clip has Slater and Britta toe-to-toe in a battle for Jeff’s affection. With these two battling it out, it’s time for you to weigh in! Who do you think Jeff works better with? Cast your vote here.

Cat Fight
Britta and Slater pull out all claws to win Jeff’s heart.

Abed’s Video Yearbook
Don’t worry, it’s not one of those “take your top of” kind of videos.

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‘Community’ Star Talks Of Fun With Guns, One ‘Bizarre’ Body and Two Returns

By , May 7, 2010

Fanscast has an interview with Gillian Jacobs, who plays the Britta; here are the highlights:

When Joel strips down for one scene, the guy is distractingly sculpted – like a life-size action figure.
I know, and it’s kind of intimidating. He’s already like a foot taller than me and I don’t have any muscle definition to speak of, and he has gone from being a fit guy to some sort of bizarre action-hero man.

Funny guys aren’t supposed to be that buff. Take it from me.
[Laughs] It’s a little disconcerting for other comedy guys, yeah. Joel’s upping the ante.

Speaking of that scene: Amid all this mayhem, Jeff and Britta find time for a close moment…
Given the fact that it is one episode in the arc of a season, you do have to have some character development, and I think it’s great the way they tie in the relationship. It’s a big moment for us in the middle of a big, fun episode.

And what are your own plans for “summer vacation”?
I just worked on this movie that shot in Chicago, and that was really fun. I had all my scenes with Ben McKenzie, from ‘Southland‘ and ‘The O.C.’ I plan to catch up on my sleep, travel a bit, and hopefully work a bit more!

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Community Highlights

By , May 7, 2010

Check out the highlight clips featuring Jeff and Britta’s smoldering sexual tension, plus one detailing the age-old debate: to text or call?

Plus, we’ve got a new web exclusive – a behind-the-scenes look at the paintball battle!

It’s a Miracle We Still Have Our Clothes On
The sexual tension between Jeff and Britta finally peaks.

Voicemail vs. Text

Jeff and Troy struggle leaving Abed a voicemail.

Hanging with the Cast: Paintball

Yvette takes you behind the scenes of the epic paintball episode of Community.

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Community – One Of The 10 Best Sitcoms on TV Right Now

By , April 29, 2010

Paste magazine selected the 10 best sitcoms on TV right now , and of course one of them is Community. Here is what Paste had to say about the show:

Community is a show suffused with pop culture. Almost every episode’s plot has been done by a sit-com or movie previously, but Community revels in its referentiality. Nearly everyone watching Community has spent countless hours watching other TV sitcoms and trashy Hollywood movies. The characters of Community have done the same, and aside from Abed’s encyclopedic knowledge of pop culture, they respond to clichéd show tropes in the same way you do. They know that Jeff is the cool guy, that Britta has been set up as a romantic interest regardless of the lack of chemistry between the two characters. They know that Pierce is comic relief and that they’re the center of the universe because they’re TV characters. They’ve managed to take the oldest jokes in the book and make them completely new.

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411mania Interviews: Joel McHale from Community

By , April 27, 2010

411mania has an interview with Joel McHale from Community; here are some of the highlights:

effrey Harris: So what is going on with Community is it coming back for a second season?

Joel McHale: It is. It got picked up for 22 episodes.

Jeffrey Harris: So what is it like to be a part of this great, fun show and you got a hilarious ensemble cast?

Joel McHale: God bless you . . . 411mania, God bless you . . . thank you for watching.

Jeffrey Harris: So what’s going to happen with Jeff and Britta?

Joel McHale: You’ll see. You’ll know as things progress. It gets pretty crazy.

Jeffrey Harris: Between you and me, Jeff and Britta is my OTP. My One True Pairing.

Joel McHale: Wow! That is good and bad — no.

Jeffrey Harris: Are they yours though?

Joel McHale: I refer to our head writer and creator Dan Harmon, our genius . . . I think the character of Jeff that I play, he’s learning not to be diabolical.

Jeffrey Harris: At first he’s very sort of self-absorbed –

Joel McHale: Yeah.

Jeffrey Harris: But as he interacts with the group, he becomes a better person.

Joel McHale: Well everything has been stripped away from him and he is forced to kind of deal with these human relationships.

Jeffrey Harris: When I first started watching the show, I’m like, “This guy’s a jerk!” He’s a phony lawyer!

Joel McHale: Yeah.

Jeffrey Harris: It’s like why should I like this guy? But then as you see him interact with the other characters, he starts opening up and more and even helping them out like Pierce and Abed. It’s almost like the group is coming together as a family.

Joel McHale: Yeah. I mean there’s weird little hints that Dan drops in that’s like, the guy has not seen his mom in a long time, hasn’t told her he’s in school. So he’s got these hang-ups that he hasn’t dealt with. But yeah, these people he would never associate with become his family.

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Community – “Communication Studies”

By , February 12, 2010

Community McHale Drunk

Hope you loved the love in last night’s Community.
Here are some Community quotes (coming from the great review on AV Club):

  • Best sight gag ever: The Greendale human being walking around, delivering Valentines.
  • “Remember. Cupid’s face is magic marker on nylon, so love is not only blind but also dizzy and a little belligerent.”
  • “What’s the blonde’s name? Bitter? Butter? Beetlejuice?”
  • “She says Valentine’s Day ritualizes the connection between affection and candy so girls can learn the ropes of prostitution.”
  • “No, but you can help yourself to a shorter forehead, a non-Keebler nose and shutting up.”
  • “You’ve shifted the balance, like in a sitcom when one character sees another one naked.”
  • “This is obviously your handwriting, Mr. Tremor. And yours is signed ‘Love, Troy.’”
  • “All right. I’ll show Britta my penis.”
  • “Kid’s gonna be a star. He’s a young the Asian guy from Lost.”
  • “She has more fights about stuff that doesn’t matter than a YouTube comment section.”
  • “I can’t feel things with you studying me like a beige praying mantis.”
  • “Chubby Hubby? Could you pick a scarier flavor?”
  • “What?! You work at Princeton?”
  • “I’m sorry. Abed just made a turtle face.” “In his defense, Abed’s turtle face is really funny.”

And some clips:

Troy is left behind by Chang and Pierce as they ride off together on his scooter.

Britta comes to Jeff’s defense and proves to Slater that he really is into her.

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Community Best Moments

By , February 6, 2010

Last episode’s best moments come from EW:
1. This was Vaughn’s third appearance on Community, and while he turned me off the last time he appeared, the guy completely won me over last night. I dug his earnestness when teaching Annie about his guitar: “That’s G, the most important chord. In my mind, it stands for God.”
2. Annie gave Britta a high-five, which Britta turned into a snake (this is the first time I’ve ever seen this done — is turning a high-five into a snake common practice and I just don’t know about it?). Anyhow, it wasn’t Britta’s snake dance that produced the laugh, but rather the way Annie said “Cooooool” as if she were shivering in a rainstorm. Quite adorable.
3. Pierce’s first attempt to make a joke while the gang watches Kick Puncher, about a cyborg cop “whose punches have the power of kicks!” In the movie, the police yelled, “Freeze, police,” and Pierce interjected, “Don’t do that — they’ll get cold!”
4. Vaughn: “Actually, everyone is my bro in the whole entire universe because everything is connected. Rocks… eagles… hats.”
5. After both Annie and Troy individually stormed into the library to yell at Britta and Jeff for trying to manipulate their love life, some old guy named Leonard also barged in to shout, “Hey guys, thanks for eating all the macaroni!” Jeff then admitted to Britta that he did, in fact, eat all of the macaroni.
6. The gang was about to watch Runaway, a movie in which Tom Selleck fights mechanical spiders. But Pierce had prepared jokes for Kick Puncher 2, so he made up this reason as to why they couldn’t watch Runaway: “My brother died on the set of that movie! One of the mechanical spiders just went haywire and tore him to pieces, and Tom Selleck just stood there and watched him die.” And here’s where I admit that I thought Runaway wasn’t a real film, only to learn that it was actually released in 1984.
7. Pierce: “What’s the matter? Mama Chang didn’t breast feed?”
Chang (with sad puppy-dog eyes): “She read in a book that it wouldn’t make a difference.”
8. The great scene in the library where everyone started looking at one another as potential sexual partners. This was preceded by Abed commenting that “When you guys first came in, we were as wholesome and healthy as the family in The Brady Bunch, and now we’re as dysfunctional and incestuous as the cast of The Brady Bunch.”
9. Jeff to Annie: “You started having sex with Britta’s ex-boyfriend!”
Annie: “What? We haven’t even kissed.”
Pierce: “That doesn’t mean you’re not having sex.”

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