boingboing at January 17th, 2014 12:51 — #1
wrecksdart at January 17th, 2014 13:10 — #2
Looks like Joel has been hitting the gym lately. Didn't he play for the Chargers at one point?
alboalt at January 17th, 2014 13:12 — #3
Some of the items are tame representations of friendship—the iPod Nano to Britta doesn’t have much significance.
It's a callback, of course. First season, The Art of Discourse. In the student montage, a pic of Britta has the caption, "Britta Perry: proud owner, used iPod Nano, 2014"
jere7my at January 17th, 2014 14:49 — #4
The hilariously dry lady reading the polygraph is Lesley Tsina, who 1) is also the lady who resignedly replies to the camel in the Hump Day commercial and 2) is a college buddy of mine, who was co-president of the science fiction club after me. I played D&D with that judgmental bitch.
wearysky at January 17th, 2014 16:58 — #5
I totally missed the connection between Childish Tycoon and Childish Gambino. This episode was immensely enjoyable, and I'm glad that Community is back, even if it is only for 13 episodes.
rpbo at January 17th, 2014 17:23 — #6
It's amazing how good this show is when it's just 6-7 people sitting at a table and talking for 20 minutes.
samwinston at January 17th, 2014 18:11 — #7
ichibut at January 17th, 2014 18:27 — #8
He played tight end for the University of Washington for a bit.
yvgeny at January 17th, 2014 19:45 — #9
Is everybody thinking what I'm thinking? Shots!!!
online_identity at January 17th, 2014 21:18 — #10
one of the funniest episodes of television related to death I’ve ever seen
Find the Chuckles the Clown episode of the Mary Tyler Moore show.
petzl at January 18th, 2014 09:18 — #11
blackmanh at January 18th, 2014 16:28 — #12
This kind of makes me sad because I feel like the show never spent too much time on Troy. I've always wanted to see how Shirley and Troy would play off each other, for example.
boingboing at January 22nd, 2014 12:51 — #13
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