Community creator Dan Harmon called this week's episode "either the best or the worst thing to happen to TV," and after having watched "Virtual Systems Analysis," I'm going to say it falls in the former category. Almost the entire episode takes place in t more
Abed is … well, he’s a complicated character. As much as Community has a Pierce problem (still relevant one year later, as evidenced by “Kevin Please Come Over For Gay Sex”), it’s also got the opposite problem with Abed. Pierce is given little to do other more
Everyone knows Abed lives in an alternative reality. Especially when he is in the "Dreamatorium!" Only in this week's Community , " Virtual Systems Analysis " did Annie call him out on it.
However, Abed being the evil genius that he can be, he was able more
“You never know what kind of day you’re going to have.” So says Abed Nadir in tonight’s episode. The sentence refers to the events that transpired during a three hour lunch, but with that sentence, Abed could have very well been talking about Community – more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Virtual Systems Analysis," the April 19 episode of NBC's "Community," in which Annie and Abed spend an afternoon together in an experimental episode. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-community-v more
Well, that was different! Community returned tonight with “Virtual Systems Analysis”. I love that Community is one of the only shows on TV right now that is willing to take such big risks with its storytelling, and tonight’s more
The title of Wesley Snipes's vampire franchise is also the name of Britta's carnival-worker ex-boyfriend. Yes, her self-esteem is that low. http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/community-season-3-episode-15-blade/