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Alison Brie Raps on Late Night!

By , February 19, 2013

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.

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Community Vs. Glee – Go Vote

By , March 4, 2010
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For the month of March, Hulu is teaming up with fans and TV critic Ken Tucker (Entertainment Weekly) to see which of this season’s shows come out on top. This week Community is facing Glee, so make sure to visit and vote for Community!

Here is what EW say about Community:
The Soup‘s Joel McHale slips comfortably into a likable-wise-guy role as the star ofCommunity. McHale gets to flirt and insult to his heart’s content, and he’s impishly believable in both modes. Chevy Chase, meanwhile, ups his WASP quotient and dims his IQ to its lowest wattage, turning up as a would-be-hip baby boomer. Between McHale and Chase, Community has every TV comedy style covered.

And about Glee:

Has there ever been a TV show more aptly named than Glee? It both embodies and inspires exactly that quality. I’m not a musicals kinda guy. But this comedy is so good — so funny, so bulging with vibrant characters — that it blasts past any defenses you might put up against it. Glee will not stop until it wins you over utterly.

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‘Community’ lets loose at PaleyFest

By , March 4, 2010

HitFix was at PaleyFest to see the cast of Community; here are some of the highlight:
If you get a chance to see the creative folks who work on “Community” in person for some reason, run to see it. One of the reasons “Community” is one of the best new comedies in years is because it has that amazing cast, which doesn’t have a single weak link.

Since “Physical Education” features lots and lots of Joel McHale in either skimpy clothing or the nude, there were plenty of questions about that, but there were also questions about how the cast members enjoy working with a legend like Chase, who was the center of much good-natured (and occasionally self-inflicted) ribbing about his age.

“Chevy is like Nolan Ryan in that he’s still alive,” McHale deadpanned. Then, he added, “And when Chevy goes, he’s the funniest person on set. He throws the ball harder than anyone. And then he calls you a prick.” (Chase calling the cast members overly nasty names for no reason on set proved the source of many funny anecdotes. “It’s funny because it’s unnecessary,” Glover added.)

Harmon, adding to the lovefest, explained that he’s grown more and more comfortable with letting the cast improvise around the scripts, based on just how good the actors are at finding new twists on lines and new jokes that build on the old ones. (Harmon pointed out one joke in the Troy and Abed closing credits gag from Thursday’s episode that I won’t spoil here but that was a total Glover improvisation.)

“Halfway through the season, I became acquainted with the fact that the best thing I could do for my show was write lukewarm crap and send it down to the set,” Harmon said.

What’s coming up on “Community”? Apparently, the episode the cast is filming right now involves Chase’s character Pierce becoming convinced he’s a wizard. We’ll learn the sad, despairing backstory of Jeong’s Senor Chang. And there’s an episode that apparently broke the budget of the series but was also apparently worth it. When asked to describe it, Harmon would only say it was an attempt to do an action movie in 20 minutes. The cast was similarly excited for it to air.

“Any time I get to say, ‘Get some, bitches!’ in something, it’s gonna be good,” Glover said. “I don’t care if it’s a show or a family reunion.”

If you want the min by min details of the event check out The Futon Critic.

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NBC’s Community’s Jack Black Thursday, Jan.14, video clips

By , January 15, 2010

Watch the cast in the videos posted below with Jack himself talk about working with the group, and the role he played. The clips are taken right from the episode, to get a look at what kind of drama Jack Black’s “Buddy” will bring to the study group.

Jack Black on Community [1:45]
The cast talks about working with Jack Black on the set of Community:

Guest Star Jack Black [2:51] Jack Black talks about his character ‘Buddy’ who really wants to be part of the ‘in crowd’ aka the study group.

Read more: monstersandcritics

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Gravity – Jeff and Annie

By , November 16, 2009

A fan has already made a montage for Jeff (Joel McHale) and Adderall Annie’s (Alison Brie) very new romance — if you can even call it that. Even the show’s producer, Dan Harmon, is impressed as he tweeted:

I was told women watch TV differently than men, but wow. Great editing

[Source: Vulture]

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Community Episode 7 – Introduction to Statistics – More Videos

By , October 26, 2009

In next week’s Community Episode 7 Annie plans a Halloween party for her Spanish Class and extends invites to everyone.
Here is a new preview – enjoy !

Abed & The Disco Spider

By , October 22, 2009

A new clip from Community:

Pick up: 'Community'

By , October 6, 2009

Metromix has ranked all the new fall shows and the verdict for Community is “Pick up”. Here is what they have to say about Community:
Premiere ratings: 7.7 million, 4.6/8 overall
Most recent ratings: 5.84 million, 3.4/5 overall
In plain English: “Community” started out strong (helped by its spot after “The Office”), and while it faltered a bit after that, its numbers increased in recent weeks.

It wouldn’t be honest to say that “Community” is living up to the very high expectations everyone set for it—particularly for star Joel McHale. But nearly none of TV’s best comedies started strong, so “Community” deserves at least a full season to figure things out.

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Clip from tonight’s episode of NBC’s Community

By , September 24, 2009

The goat’s mustache is Cameron Diaz:

Community TV show Theme Song

By , September 23, 2009

A lot of people are asking what is Community TV show Theme Song.
It is: Matt and Kim – “Good Ol’ Fashion Nightmare”

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