Perhaps, as the hand-puppet versions of the Greendale Seven sang tonight, we all just need a new experience to get out of our ruts sometimes. Even TV shows.
" Intro to Felt Surrogacy " was, hands-down, the funniest episode of Community Season 4 , and c more
It was nice to see Pierce stand up for Britta, but the highlight of this episode (which was fine, but nothing special) was a great, almost moving performance from Danny Pudi. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/community-herstory-of-dance-review-britta-fo more
I had a friend who, several years ago, decried Community as "too 'T.G.I.F.'"
For those of you too young to remember (or those of you whose parents only let you watch PBS while growing up), "T.G.I.F." was a Friday night programming block on ABC that fea more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Herstory of Dance," the April 4 episode of NBC's "Community," in which Britta tries to cover up a mistake, and Abed tries to date two women at once. Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-community-h more
Yikes. They really Britta’d this episode, didn’t they?
Ok, ok, so it wasn’t that bad, but tonight’s installment “Herstory of Dance” was definitely one of the weakest episode of Community in recent memory. With a few goofy storylines throughout, and not more
This episode gave the Dean his first real solid storyline of the season, and it was enjoyable to see the character at the center of an episode that allowed Jim Rash to play the Dean's combination of enthusiasm for Greendale and his constant fear that it's more
I’m feeling cautiously optimistic, guys. For the second week in a row, Community delivered a very fun and funny episode that made good use of nearly the entire ensemble. After some notably rough going at the start of the season, I’m hopeful this might mar more
Dean asked the study group to help him poach a whale for the school; a whale by the name of Archie DeCoste. The kid had $8 million at his resources, but since he was a complete moron (he sold pot to a police officer inside a police station), he was a perf more