Discussion in 'Community' started by Darth Guy, Nov 5, 2009.
That's what you get for using a payphone.
Just watched the first disc of season 1. A few n00b thoughts here:
Very, very funny show.
Jeff's an ass. Sorta.
Shirley is probably my favorite. Professor Slater is the one I dream of being.
Annie gets on my last nerve. Quit whining, honey. Nobody is listening. Brita is a little better.
Abed's Nolan Batman imitation was hilarious. Pretty much everything Troy does is hilarious.
And ah, Pierce...the lack of creativity, the pills with bad side effects, and the inability to use Siri...I feel your pain dude. And Chevy Chase never disappoints; he's still got it like Fletch in the early 80s.
Ah yes. Abed being Batman was probably one of my bits from the show. I'd probably be willing to watch an entire spin-off series devoted to Abed and Troy's adventures as Batman and Robin.
LOL I cannot imagine liking Brita better than Annie at this point. Will be interesting to see what you think after a few more seasons,
So, apparently Harmon said in his podcast that he was asked to return.
Interesting. I'm sort of skeptical...wonder when NBC will make an official comment.
Well, Sony would be the company who asked him back as they produce the show.
harmon has announced via twitter that he is indeed coming back, though i still haven't seen any kind of official announcement.
Best. TV staffing news. EVARRRR.
Apparently he thanked Joel McHale specifically because the cast was also unhappy with season 4 and wanted Harmon back.
The Christmas episode from season 1 is probably the best Christmas episode in a show ever.
"It's Christmas!" "It's December 10th."
Signed, "lazy atheist"
And yes, "I'm disappointed" is Mom for "I'm mad."
My emotions! MY EMOTIONS
Sigh...as much as I love Community, the show should have just ended after Season 4.
This season will be a strange one, for sure.
I don't see why he couldn't have stuck it out and filmed what are sure to be the last 13 episodes of the series. Or maybe that's precisely why he wants to focus on the more successful aspect of his career.
Exactly. I can't fault him for not wanting to go down with a sinking ship.
I've finished season 1. I thought I was going to have to bail on the show after a couple of episodes on the last disc, particularly the one with Abed manipulating people with chicken fingers. WTF? But the paintball episode drew me back in; that was golden.
I like the evolution of Señor Chang's character and look forward to seeing what they do with him in season 2. The finale was good, although I could have lived without the girl-fight over Jeff. And I guess serious love confessions into a mike in front of an entire school, are what people do when they're 18. I would have thought Slater would be more concerned about risking embarrassment and rejection though.
I loved Jeff's talk with Annie right before Annie left, and that ending...damn, I did not see that coming.
How could you not like the Chicken Fingers episode? Not seen Goodfellas?
No, I haven't. Is that the reference?
Yes, it's a pretty blatant Mafia movies spoof.