My audio recording from last night's PaleyFest panel honoring the acting and producing talent of NBC's hit sitcom, Community, is pretty much nonsensical. Between the raucous laughter from the audience, creator Dan Harmon's long, rambling stories, and star Chevy Chase's Christopher Walken-like way of answering questions, everyone had a ton of fun but it became incredibly clear that the show is even more remarkable simply for managing to get scenes shot, despite the crazy off-screen behavior!
Prior to screening "Physical Education," tonight's episode which features Joel McHale in butt shorts, a "white Abed," and an amazing Abed/Troy tag at the end referencing Sesame Street's own Bert & Ernie, an early clip was shown of Chevy Chase explaining the only way he would go back to television would be when his money ran out and his film career was dried up. Cut to Chase taking out a wad of cash on stage and throwing it at his producers. "I laugh all the time...on my way to the bank!" He joked.
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