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Last night’s episode had so many good moments – including Troy’s secret fascination with LeVar Burton. And, as you’ll see in the latest behind-the-scenes clip, is Yvette Nicole Brown’s favorite Community storyline so far!
Ep 216: Daddy Issues
Jeff’s suspicions are aroused when he gets a call from his “father.”
Ep 216: Never Meet Your Idol
Troy clams up when he finally meets his idol, LeVar Burton.
The Writing Process
Go backstage with Dan Harmon and his crew of writers and cast members!
The question is no longer “what’s the best comedy on TV right now?” Rather, it’s “how did so many comedies become so funny all of a sudden?
Last week’s episode of Community (Citytv, NBC, 8 p.m.) -a cult hit, one of TV’s funniest comedies at the moment and New York Magazine’s pick as the best series of 2010 -was dazzling in its dexterity, and was laugh-out-loud funny. It also had one of the sharpest, most cutting shout-outs to a Canadian band ever heard on a TV comedy.
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Happy Friday! Checkout the highlight, the end tag and a very cool behind the scenes clip on set of last night’s episode.
Ep 213: The Period Fairy
Annie explains to Pierce where the money she saved up came from.
Ep 213: Dildopolis Late Night Specials
Annie is woken up by the night owl annoncements at Dildopolis.
Yeeeah! We’re Not Cancelled Yet!
The cast takes you behind the anti-drug themed episode.
- TV Review: NBC Thursday-Night Comedy (popdose.com)
ike many Community fans, I was disappointed to see so little of Abed in the most recent episode, and a bit perplexed when his absence was highlighted by Shirley commenting, “I barely saw you this week, Abed, what have you been up to?” Abed’s response: “Not much.” But look closer!
For the first time in TV history (that I can remember, at least), a major character was part of a storyline that took place entirely in the background of other scenes. While Jeff pondered his mortality, Pierce tried to hold on to his Mom after her death, and Annie and Britta argued over feminine wiles, Abed’s “not much” involved bringing a baby into the world.
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Community welcomed some great guest stars last night and here are some of the highlight.
You can also see last night’s episode on the official site.
Ep 202:My Whole Brain Is Crying
When Annie, Troy and Abed’s plan goes array, they improvise.
Ep 202: You Have to Believe
Abed makes himself into a cartoon.
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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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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.
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.
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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