'Community': Walton Goggins and Pierce's farewell in 'Cooperative Polygraphy' ... also, sperm

"Community" said goodbye to Pierce Hawthorne in a ridiculous, talkative and surprisingly touching tribute, "Cooperative Polygraphy." There probably was no better way to remember the oft-awful character than with a polygraph machine, Walton Goggins and one last Pierce-inspired fight. Also, sperm.Pierce is now a lava lampIt's been an ongoing -- albeit subtle -- joke on "Community" that Pierce is a member of a strange religion that takes inspiration from Buddhism, Scientology and whatever the writers were smoking when they thought of it. So of course the funeral would involve blue uniforms and the vaporizing of Pierce's essence.True to "Community" form, no matter how silly all of this was, it did signify mourning (not just "Troy and Abed are in mourning!"). The study group really was sad to lose their racist, foolish, occasionally antagonistic friend. All of the arguments that came out later prove that.Walton Goggins seeks the truthDid someone murder Pierce?The answer is no,...



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