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Community Review - "Modern Espionage" S6E11

The 11th episode sees the gang waging a secret war. A paintball war. An illegal secret paintball war. Despite Frankie’s constant recriminations against paintball, City College is offering a cash prize for the person who paints the most ball. 797 more words

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Community Review - "Basic RV Repair and Palmistry" S6E10

Community simply isn’t what it used to be, but there is no point in talking about that anymore. This week’s episode “RV Repair and Palmistry” was more of the same chaos, but it was hilarious which pretty much makes up for that. 521 more words

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Community Review - "Intro to Recycled Cinema" S6E8

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Chief Starr and the Renegades of the Galaxy: I really wish there was a way to see this whole movie. #whoisglipglop

Elroy: He may have only had like three or four lines, but they were all hilarious. 479 more words

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Community - Six Seasons and a Move-y away from what it once was

I currently watch the latest episodes of Community recorded from a television channel I did not previously know I had access to, Sony Entertainment Television. Contrary to my previous post, I’m quite glad it is not available in the same way as in the US, on Yahoo Screen. 419 more words

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Community Review - "Advanced Safety Features" S6E7

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Do you believe half your politics?
I can’t even believe how much I love Britta Perry. First place is a struggle between Troy and Abed, and second place (or third, I guess) is a struggle between Pierce and Britta. 943 more words

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Greendale! Why Community Matters: A Short Love Letter

I don’t understand people who aren’t excited (we’re talking full on spazzing) over the upcoming Yahoo season of Community. A quirky show about social misfits, some lovable, some crotchety, should appeal to everyone. 228 more words

Community Review - "Basic Email Security" S6E6

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The School being hacked: The idea of the school being hacked is a pretty genius one. It causes a classic comedy trope where group and audience all get a lot of hilarious reveals. 526 more words

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