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'Community' misfits get in the holiday spirit with a 'Rudolph'-esque stop-motion episode

This season of Community has been, among other things, a confident ode to pop culture, taking on everything from the zombie genre and RoboCop to a Secret Garden/Mean Girls overlap. And now, the students of Greendale are taking on another gem: the stop-motion holiday special. We first heard about it this fall, and now, there’s a glorious photo to further whet the collective appetite. Community is the first show I watch on Thursday nights, and that’s saying something. I love 30 Rock, I love Big Bang Theory, I have to watch The Office, Grey’s has had this ridiculous resurgence this season and I’m obsessed again, and sometimes Bones can’t wait for the weekend. But my first choice is always Community. To Read More Click Here.

'Community': Creator Dan Harmon talks Christmas and 'Star Wars' -- plus a sneak peek at the stop motion special!

It’s a very special   Community   Christmas come Dec. 9, when the Greendale students go "wall-to-wall stop motion animation," according to the show’s creator Dan Harmon. "It’s Abed’s search for the meaning of Christmas. Everything that happens on this episode is part of the actual show and will change the characters, and yet there are wonderful, fantastic holiday things happening in it." To Read More  Click Here.

TV Tonight: What's On Thursday 11/18

Tonight, both Vampire Diaries and Nikita are in repeats (AHH! CW, you kill us!), but there's still plenty of good programming to go around! Check out a new episode of Burn Notice (and make sure to enter our giveaway !) as well as The Mentalist, Bones, and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills! And don't forget all your favorite NBC comedies, from Community to Outsourced! See what else is new tonight: 8/7c A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving  on ABC The Big Bang Theory  on CBS Bones  on FOX Community  on NBC 8:30/7:30c $#*! My Dad Says  on CBS 30 Rock  on NBC 9/8c Grey's Anatomy  on ABC CSI: Crime Scene Investigation  on CBS Fringe  on FOX The Office  on NBC 9:30/8:30c Outsourced  on NBC 10/9c Private Practice  on ABC The Mentalist  on CBS The Apprentice  on NBC The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills  on Bravo It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia  on FX Burn Notice  on USA Network What will you be watching?

COMMUNITY “Conspiracy Theories and Soft Defenses” Season 2 Episode 9 - Photos

Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the upcoming episode of COMMUNITY Season 2 Episode 9 titled "Conspiracy Theories and Soft Defenses" which will air Thursday November 18 (8-8:30 p.m. ET) on NBC. Episode Synopsis: When Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) begins checking class schedules, he discovers that Jeff (Joel McHale) has listed a class that doesn’t exist. Just when it appears Jeff will be caught in a lie, the mysterious "Professor Professorson" (Kevin Corrigan "The Departed") emerges from the shadows to confirm that Jeff has been taking his class, "Conspiracy Theories in U.S. History," at night school. When Jeff later admits to Annie (Alison Brie) that he’s never seen Professor Professorson in his life, the two decide to find out who the professor really is. Meanwhile, Abed (Danny Pudi) and Troy (Donald Glover) are busy building the most elaborate blanket fort that Greendale Community College has ever seen. Chevy Chase, Gillian Jacobs, Yvette Nicole Brown and Ken Jeong also star. Source & Photos

TV ratings: CBS drops but still wins Thursday

Fast National ratings for Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010 Thursday's ratings offered a mixed bag of ups and downs: CBS fell compared to last week but still led across the board for the night. ABC was down some too as "Private Practice" came back to earth, but NBC was up slightly -- at least for now. The network's Baltimore affiliate aired an NFL game between the Ravens and Atlanta Falcons that is skewing the numbers somewhat. In the network race, CBS led by a wide margin, averaging 12.7 million viewers and a 7.8 rating/13 share in households. ABC (7.8 million, 5.2/9) came in second, beating out FOX (7 million, 4.2/7). NBC's 5.6 million viewers and 3.4/6 were good enough to capture fourth place. The CW dipped a little compared to last week with 2.9 million viewers and a 1.8/3. CBS also led the adults 18-49 demographic with a 3.0 rating, beating out ABC's 2.7. NBC finished third at 2.4, followed by FOX at 2.1 and The CW at 1.2. To Read More Click Here.

COMMUNITY “Conspiracy Theories and Soft Defenses” Season 2 Episode 9 New Photos

Check out new photos from COMMUNITY Season 2 Episode 9 titled "Conspiracy Theories and Soft Defenses" which will air Thursday November 18 (8-8:30 p.m. ET) on NBC.  Episode Synopsis: COMMUNITY "Conspiracy Theories and Soft Defenses" Season 2 Episode 9 – JEFF WINGER IS ON THE HOT SEAT WHEN IT APPEARS HE HAS FABRICATED A CLASS FOR CREDIT – KEVIN CORRIGAN GUEST STARS — When Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) begins checking class schedules, he discovers that Jeff (Joel McHale) has listed a class that doesn’t exist. Just when it appears Jeff will be caught in a lie, the mysterious "Professor Professorson" (Kevin Corrigan "The Departed") emerges from the shadows to confirm that Jeff has been taking his class, "Conspiracy Theories in U.S. History," at night school. When Jeff later admits to Annie (Alison Brie) that he’s never seen Professor Professorson in his life, the two decide to find out who the professor really is. Meanwhile, Abed (Danny Pudi) and Troy (Donald Glover) are busy building the most elaborate blanket fort that Greendale Community College has ever seen. Chevy Chase, Gillian Jacobs, Yvette Nicole Brown and Ken Jeong also star. Source & More Photos

COMMUNITY “Cooperative Calligraphy” Season 2 Episode 8

Check out a first look at COMMUNITY Season 2 Episode 8 titled "Cooperative Calligraphy" which will air Thursday, November 11 (8-8:30 p.m. ET) on NBC. Episode Synopsis:  When Annie’s (Alison Brie) pen goes missing, she suspects a member of her own study group is the thief. On a mission to find the pen and solve the mystery, the group takes a self-imposed lockdown and Jeff (Joel McHale) takes the lead in conducting the search. Meanwhile, Troy (Donald Glover) and Abed (Danny Pudi) are itching to get out of the study room to make it to the Greendale Puppy Parade taking place in the quad. Chevy Chase and Gillian Jacobs also star. Source Here

'Community' scoop: Malcolm-Jamal Warner enrolls in NBC comedy!

Theo Huxtable is enrolling in Community! EW has learned exclusively that Cosby Show alum Malcolm-Jamal Warner will appear in an upcoming episode of the NBC comedy as Andre, the ex-husband of Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown). Warner begins work this week on the single-camera show that also stars Joel McHale and Chevy Chase. Warner starred in the NBC comedy The Cosby Show from 1984 to 1992. He went on to co-headline in Malcolm & Eddie from 1996-2000. His other credits include a stint on Dexter and The Cleaner. Source Here

'Community' webisodes featuring Dean Pelton are streets ahead

Online-only material is always hit-and-miss, but the new "Office Hours" webisodes featuring Dean Pelton from Community are full of slightly inappropriate awesomeness. Among other things, these three little gems introduce us to the term "hair-abled," reveal who’s behind the Greendale Human Being mask, and, well, make you chuckle. I’m being pamphlet-serious here, people. Watch them, and then tell me what you think. And on a related note, who would win in a cage match: "Office Hours" or "The 3rd Floor"? Source & Videos

'Community': EP Dan Harmon explains Abed's evolution

If there's any character on NBC's "Community" that fans have asked us to find out more about, it's Abed. In many ways, Abed (played by Danny Pudi) has been like the chorus in a Greek tragedy, which speaks for the audience, but the show has begun to explore his character and develop it as in Thursday's (Nov. 4) episode called "Aerodynamics of Gender" with guest star Hilary Duff. "Abed was always a commenter in the beginning," executive producer Dan Harmon tells Zap2it. "He was sidekick kind of a character. But that was there as a safety valve for anybody who was so sick of TV and didn't trust it anymore. Here he was a fan of everything in the past and also now a fan of what you were watching with him." Harmon describes Abed as his way of connecting to an audience - a character that the viewers, who may be wary of a new show, can relate to. To Read More Click here.
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