Come on I'm Dean and my hands are so clean. At this moment, I am stapling.
damn, that kind of felt like a series finale.
But the last four sound awesome.
68 19 "Curriculum Unavailable" May 10, 2012 319
69 20 "Digital Estate Planning" May 17, 2012 322
70 21 "The First Chang Dynasty" May 17, 2012 320
71 22 "Introduction to Finality" May 17, 2012 321
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troy's facial expressions are always priceless. the part at the beginning when he was trying to get abed to show him how much of the arm the guy didn't have was hilarious.
The power-play in the cafetorium made the episode, reminded me of Beria's fall
The last part was pure drama though.
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This episode was definitely a set up for the following four episodes.
Looks like NBC is leaning towards picking it up for another season, albeit a shorter one.
NBC to renew 30 Rock, Parks & Rec, and Community - with a catch
NBC is looking to bring back its Thursday night comedy block — with some caveats.
The Pea$#@! network is nearing a deal that would see 30 Rock return for a seventh and final season of 13 or 14 episodes, per our sister site Deadline.
Last month, Rock‘s creator and star Tina Fey told the ladies of The View that the end was “visible on the horizon… We can’t do this for 35 years.”
Meanwhile, Deadline reports that Community and Parks and Recreation are also expected to be picked up for an abbreviated (and hopefully not final) fourth and fifth season, respectively.
that's good news. an abbreviated season is much better than no season at all.
It's like NBC is giving the idiots of "Entourage" a tutorial on how to bow out gracefully while you're still creative and pertinent. Okay, maybe not pertinent. but inventive and funny.
The fact that P&R needs to have an abbreviated season at all makes me hate people.
Thank God. I was about to strangle someone.
i love this crazy ass show.
"not yet, lets see what happens when we take one of their pens."
So I assume the season finale is going to be a paintball episode? And in no way am I complaining about that.
May your dreams be sweet and your nightmares be spooky monster scary and not grandma died scary.
Anytime someone hates on Brett Ratner, it makes me laugh.
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Guys, if I "didn't come back," it wouldn't be because Chevy's a prick. That'd be like punching a wall because water's wet. Now CELEBRATE!
Before the flashbacks it was painfully unfunny, but the assylum clip was brilliant, turning that trope on its head.
Damn good episode. The paintball gun noises had me dying.
Community colleges are only two-year programs.
Why does everyone keep saying that?
Loved the episode. The asylum scene had me in tears.
Getting 13 more episodes is better than a kick in the ass, I guess.
Hopefully all the positive vibes the show got will get us a lot of publicity and a back order of 9 more.
Loved the pen joke in the asylum
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They are moving the show to Fridays after Whitney. It has been Quantum leaped.
Whitney got a second season? That show is worse than the holocaust.
Community moved to Friday, et al.
In advance of their official Upfronts presentation on Monday, NBC jumped the gun to be the first network to unveil their complete 2012-2013 schedule on Sunday.
The biggest story? "Community" is moving to Fridays, along with sophomore sitcom "Whitney," which will kick off that rather random new night of programming.
"Smash" is also being bumped -- all the way to midseason -- to make way for the premiere of "Revolution," a new thriller from J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke, which will air after "The Voice" on Mondays. And yes, that means "The Voice" will be back in the fall, giving it two cycles a year, as predicted.
NBC will also try their hand at airing comedies on Tuesday nights, with Matthew Perry's "Go On" and Ryan Murphy's "Th New Normal" getting paired together.
Also being saved for midseason are new sitcoms "Save Me," "1600 Penn" and "Next Caller," and new dramas "Do No Harm," "Hannibal" and "Infamous."
I'm a huge fan and I've literally never watched it live once.
It pisses me off that The Office gets their best time slot and that some extremely terrible show with someone that has a development deal that has already has had two bad, failed comedies will take its spot.
Don't watch it that often but it's got some wit to it. Anyway, had to chime in with these two observations, didn't see it in a cursory scan of above:
1. Abed's 1/3rd of a second impression of Don Draper, and Annie's subsequent slightly turned-on reaction. $#@!ing awesome.
2. I count at least 3 movie references in Chang's cheetos scene. He's snorting lines of Cheetos like the Family Guy episode with Chester (not really a movie, but pop culture reference that I got, and I get few). So that's one. Chang looking like he's doing a drug. That's two, from Hangover. And the looking up shouting, "I say, hot Damn!". That's three, Uma from Pulp Fiction. And I'm pretty sure Britta was doing something in the background that may have made it 4 for 4. But funny stuff.
McHale is going to be here in Austin at the Long Center. Not sure what the guy does in person, but we are going anyway. If you want tickets, let me know-I can hook you up with drink coupons and probably get your service charges waved.
Rumors abounding that Harmon won't be running the show, but will be "somewhat" involved in Season 3...
The Simpsons first two seasons, Matt Groening, James L. Brooks, and Sam Simon were the credited show runners. But from Season 3 to present day, it's always been someone else. Obviously the original 3 were still involved, particularly Groening, but the new show runners were ultimately responsible for things.
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