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(Onion AV Club)   'Community' considered doing an entire Nicolas Cage-based episode but feared they would make the internet explode   (avclub.com) divider line 10
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2013-02-16 05:02:13 PM
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A dark day it was, when the internet turned against Community.  Suddenly we realized that none of us were safe from nerd rage....
2013-02-16 03:54:25 PM
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nerftaig: This idea of what "the internet loves" lets give them sort of pandering is exactly how I feel this season of community was made.

This cynical exploitative (not in a good way) attempt to keep the show going feels so false to me.

Show is a disaster this season. It's something I want to look away from, but cant bring myself to.


Yes.  Two episodes = disaster.  Jesus effing Christ.

I'm not a big fan of 3 - only one I never bothered to pre-order the DVD - but it has grown on me considerably.
2013-02-16 01:49:54 PM
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ZeroCorpse: They might as well call the show "INTERNET: THE TV SERIES"

Honestly, this is why I don't watch it. I don't find out-of-context references to something I find familiar to be funny. Community is always totally ham-fisted with their Internet cultural references. If you want to see a show do it right, watch The Venture Bros.


Very true but I think the long hiatus has soured the show for me. The Halloween special was ok at best. Family Guy was the same when it got canceled and returned. I was looking forward to it and didn't enjoy the new ones as much
2013-02-16 01:30:58 PM
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Shirley looked hot dressed as Princess Leia.
2013-02-16 12:54:53 PM
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jjorsett: I didn't get the season 4 opener where Abed's fantasy featured the cast members playing their usual characters, except a different actor played Pierce. I began to wonder if maybe Chase had walked out midway thru shooting that episode, or if the producers were firing some kind of warning shot that he could be replaced.


It was his happy place where he saw his world as a perfect sitcom.  Even Abed doesn't like Pierce, so he replaced the character with a more friendly person.
2013-02-16 12:51:51 PM
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They might as well call the show "INTERNET: THE TV SERIES"

Honestly, this is why I don't watch it. I don't find out-of-context references to something I find familiar to be funny. Community is always totally ham-fisted with their Internet cultural references. If you want to see a show do it right, watch The Venture Bros.
2013-02-16 10:42:46 AM
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That show is the epitome of "trying too hard"
2013-02-16 10:09:39 AM
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NeoCortex42: The Halloween episode was alright.  It wasn't as good as past Halloween episodes, but at least it was a huge improvement over the season premiere.  The premiere felt like it was trying to cram two or three episodes of material into 22 minutes.  It just felt way to hectic.

It was nice seeing two Breaking Bad cast members on NBC Thursday Night, though.


Alison Brie was hot in the dead girl costume.
2013-02-16 08:40:18 AM
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Am I the only one who can't sit through an entire episode anymore? I used to love that show but the past season and the new one suck balls.
2013-02-16 08:39:41 AM
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I love that show, but only because of Troy and Abed (and sometimes Pierce). The video game episode and the one where Pierce pretended to be dying just to troll everybody were great.
 
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