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Sneak Peeks – Community 2.06 “Epidemiology”

The Halloween episode of Community will be airing on October 28 and NBC has released six sneak peeks, which you can view below. INFECTION SPREADS AT GREENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAUSING A WALKING NIGHTMARE Pierce (Chevy Chase) and a few other Greendale students ingest a biohazard substance at the school Halloween Party, causing them to exhibit flu-like symptoms and begin turning into zombies. To Read More  Click Here.

'Community's' Alison Brie: Who would flunk out of a live episode?

Last week's highly successful live episode of "30 Rock" has got everyone buzzing about the possibility of live broadcast sitcoms, so when Zap2it caught up with fellow NBC comedienne Alison Brie at the 2010 Scream awards, we had to find out how a live episode of "Community" might go over. There was very little hesitation when we asked her who would be the first cast member to flub a line. "Oh, Chevy Chase," she says. "Chevy's so great, but he may or may not mess up the most." Of course, she's not taking into account his long and storied "Saturday Night Live" career. To Read More Click Here.

COMMUNITY ''Basic Rocket Science'' Season 2 Episode 4 - Photos

Check out photos of the upcoming episode of COMMUNITY  Basic Rocket Science  Season 2 Episode 4 which will air Thursday, October 14 (8-8:30 p.m. ET) on NBC. Episode Synopsis:  Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) decides that Greendale Community College must have its own flight simulator and cannot be bested by the competition, City College which is planning its own flight simulator. He enlists the study group to clean and refurbish the Greendale Community College simulator. As Jeff (Joel McHale), Pierce (Chevy Chase), Britta (Gillian Jacobs), Annie (Alison Brie), Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) and Troy (Donald Glover) wash the tattered simulator down, they end up accidentally launching it  sending everyone on an unexpected journey into ''outer space'' Abed (Danny Pudi) is left behind to try and navigate a safe ''return'' for everyone. Ken Jeong also stars. Source & Photos

Community Blasts Off Into the (Simulated) Final Frontier

Community creator Dan Harmon knows that "Modern Warfare," Season 1's action-movie-spoofing paintball episode set a new standard for the show, and he's not daunted by trying to top it. "The camera doesn't necessarily have to stay on campus this season," Harmon tells TVGuide.com. And in Thursday's episode (8/7c on NBC), it won't, as Greendale's study group goes to outer space - sort of. Facing stiff competition from a rival community college that is about to launch a simulated space program, Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) forces the study group to pre-emptively stage Greendale's own space simulation. Abed (Danny Pudi) and Troy (Donald Glover) take the lead in a satire of Apollo 13 and other space movies when the simulator is towed away with everyone but Abed locked inside. To Read More Click Here .

COMMUNITY ''Basic Rocket Science'' Season 2 Episode 4 - Photos

Check out photos of the upcoming episode of COMMUNITY Basic Rocket Science Season 2 Episode 4 which will air Thursday, October 14 (8-8:30 p.m. ET) on NBC. Episode Synopsis: Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) decides that Greendale Community College must have its own flight simulator and cannot be bested by the competition, “City College,” which is planning its own flight simulator. He enlists the study group to clean and refurbish the Greendale Community College simulator. As Jeff (Joel McHale), Pierce (Chevy Chase), Britta (Gillian Jacobs), Annie (Alison Brie), Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) and Troy (Donald Glover) wash the tattered simulator down, they end up accidentally launching it – sending everyone on an unexpected journey into “outer space.” Abed (Danny Pudi) is left behind to try and navigate a safe “return” for everyone. Ken Jeong also stars. Source & Photos

Community Makes the Grade

The second season of NBC's under-the-radar sitcom may not be making a Big Bang in the ratings, but you can't deny it's explosively funny. The show has perfected the formula of well-chosen guest stars (Daily Show vets Rob Corddry and John Oliver, alt-comedy god Patton Oswalt, and, yes, Betty White, who's better in small doses like this week's cameo); snappy, pop-reference-rich dialogue; physical shtick from the masterful likes of Chevy Chase and Ken Jeong; and unexpected moments of M*A*S*H/Scrubs-esque sincerity. This week's episode, "The Psychology of Letting Go," worked in meaningful ruminations on life, death and religion as Chase's Pierce refused to accept his mom's demise, sparking a debate among his study-group pals, including card-carrying skeptic Jeff (Joel McHale) and deeply devout Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown). Just when the show threatens to get too serious, like with a subplot about raising money for victims of the Gulf spill, an oil-wrestling match breaks out between Britta (Gillian Jacobs) and Annie (Alison Brie). And next week's episode, an ambitious spoof of Apollo 13, promises to be out-of-this-world. Source Here

'Community' First Look: Catfight alert!

Tonight's episode of Community will finally answer the centuries-old question: What happens when Jeff-crushing classmates Annie and Britta stop being polite and start engaging in a knock-down, drag-out oil fight in the middle of the Greendale quad? See for yourself in this exclusive first look clip! Source & Preview

'Community' First Look: Catfight alert!

Tonight’s episode of Community will finally answer the centuries-old question: What happens when Jeff-crushing classmates Annie and Britta stop being polite and start engaging in a knock-down, drag-out oil fight in the middle of the Greendale quad? See for yourself in this exclusive first look clip! Source & Preview

Community First Look: Lost in Space

Community's Season 1 paintball episode - a parody of action-flick cliches - wasn't just loved by fans. "It remains the favorite among everyone here," says Alison Brie (Annie). So it's inevitable that the show wants to top itself, and they'll try with the October 14 episode, a spoof of Apollo 13. Jeff (Joel McHale) and his study-group pals participate in a flight-simulation competition with another local college; the gang gets stranded on board when the shuttle is towed from the school parking lot. This is no ordinary flight simulator: The Kentucky Fried Chicken SpaceBus - dubbed the "Herbs and Space Experience" - may be the oddest piece of product placement ever to appear on TV. "It's a tour de force of information about KFC, working to make the most delicious galaxy," McHale says. More parodies are on the way: The Christmas episode will feature cheesy animation; the Halloween show sends up slasher films. "I hope no one dies, but I'm ready to bleed," says Danny Pudi (Abed). But all agree the show will always favor characters over pop-culture gags. Promises Brie, "We're never going to drift too far into outer space." Source Here

'Community' Plans a 'Mean' Homage

There are many reasons to look forward to Community every week. The clever writing, meta references, and fantastic ensemble cast, will always leave you craving for more. But if there is one thing that separates Community from other like sitcoms, it is the show's brilliant use of pop culture homages. Sure 30 Rock does it every now and then, and Glee is heading in that direction, but after only 26 episodes, Community has it down to a science. So far we have seen the show pay respect to: action movies, buddy cop comedies, super hero movies, John Hughes movies, frat movies, disaster movies, and (my favorite) mobster movies. This November Community is staging another all-out homage. For sweeps season, the show is planning an episode that spoofs the high school movie modern classic, Mean Girls. To make the episode even sweeter, Community has tapped Hillary Duff to play the leader of the plastics. Details are still slim but I'm sure we can expect a showdown between the Duffster and the study group girls. To Read More Click here .
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